UDAGAN combine the contemporary technology of live coding with indigenous folklore and shamanic culture from the Arctic North, resulting in otherworldly soundscapes. We spoke to Saydyy-Kuo and Oscar ahead of the duo's performance at Sensoria.
Meet the Locals
Our interviews with some of the creative folk who happily call Sheffield home. Get to know local artists, musicians, filmmakers, designers, poets, and more.
Sheffield's first poet laureate. A radical performer with a clear vision of poetry and rap as a means of communicating emotion.
A group of refugees and asylum seekers, as well as other local people, who come together over songs of love, solidarity and belonging.
A sound artist, musician, producer and organiser whose work often blurs the boundary between the visual, the audible and the digital.
A lyricist reflecting on authenticity, masculinity, existential angst and the power of creativity, especially as expressed through rap.
A multi-instrumentalist and Afro-fusion pioneer, making positive connections and "linking Yorkshire to the rest of the world" as frontman for the eight-piece K.O.G and the Zongo Brigade.
An artist and instrument builder from the experimental fringes of electronic music. See him live at this year's AlgoMech festival.
An artist with a multitude of interests – music, film, visual arts, archiving – investigating social and political histories, and exploring the ways that stories of Black people in Britain are told.
If you've spent a decent amount of time in Sheffield, chances are you'll have come across, and come to love, the work of graffiti artist-musician-printmaker Kid Acne in one form or another.
No musician has as deep a connection to Sheffield as Richard Hawley. Here he talks about the "grim up north" myth and how Sheffield inspires his music.
A pioneer of the algorave scene, creating music through live coding.
A record label and self-confessed labour of love, fuelling the fire of Sheffield's alternative music scene.