Music and visuals that unite the natural with the artificial. Corre bridges the gap between electronica and classical with a contemporary synthesis of light, movement and sound…

  • New music collective Corre aims to redress the balance between electronic and contemporary classical music through a union of sound and visuals
  • The two creative collaborators behind Corre want to create a multi-media, cross-genre alliance influenced by the likes of Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds and Max Richter
  • With a background in electronic music, Corre’s composer was inspired by a love of classical music and wanted to creatively explore this as an unknown genre for the duo
  • The project was inspired by the possibility that two seemingly contrasting elements – the natural and synthetic – can coalesce and work effectively
  • Corre’s musical tracks were formed in a short space of time, aiming to capture a mood or moment as organically as possible
  • The collaboration has only been in existence since March 2017, further reinforcing the creative themes of spontaneity and impulse
  • The use of Korg synthesiser loops paired with traditional, acoustic instruments such as violin, piano and classical guitar further reinforce the fusion of natural and synthetic sounds
  • Corre’s video, released on 18th August 2017 and created by artist and collaborator Hattie Ellis, takes naturalistic photography and melds it with digital manipulation and overlays to create modern and visually stunning films
  • Their debut album ‘Form’ will be released on Akira Records, whose current artists include Henry Green, Phoria and Linying

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