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Katie Gately

American experimental digital musician Katie Gately utilizes various computer programs to be able to mutate and reshape her voice into thick, chaotic, unsettling sound constructions. Her unstable compositions waver between abrasive commercial collages and playful, abstract dance-pop music, exhibiting an absurdist love of life and an hearing for tempo and melody. Delivered and raised in various boroughs of NEW YORK, Gately earned levels from Carleton University in Minnesota as well as the School of Southern California, but hardly ever received formal musical schooling. A devoted field recorder, she added towards the self-titled 2009 Compact disc by collage ensemble Seattle Phonographers Union. The Los Angeles-based musician started uploading her compositions to Soundcloud in 2012, and by the finish of the next year, she acquired released a self-titled 12″ EP on Community Details and cassette Pipes on Blue Tapes, both to important acclaim. Carrying out a limited lathe trim 7″ one with Prayer (Joe Houpert) on FET Press, Gately was asked to donate to FatCat Information’ divide series, writing an EP with Tlaotlon. In 2015, Gately made an appearance on Nosaj Thing’s Fated record and remixed Björk’s tune “Family members.” She after that agreed upon to Tri Angle for the discharge of her full-length debut, Color, which found its way to Oct of 2016.

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