Now in its 27th cycle, London Jazz Festival this year boasts as one of its undoubted highlights a collaboration between electronic artist Gazelle Twin and the drone choir NYX. The work, entitled ‘Deep England’, reinterprets Gazelle Twin material whilst also including original NYX compositions alongside English pagan and sacred music for an unsettling view of anxiety in a post-truth age.

A preview video of the collaboration has been released which gives an idea of the spellbinding treats ahead:

Elizabeth Bernholz, aka Gazelle Twin, has released three albums of dense, febrile electronica with last year’s Pastoral highlighting her ability to write unsettling retro-futurist anthems that contain on-point social commentary. Live, she is an incredible tour-de-force of harrowing energy, mixing introspection with immutable pent up angst to deliver beguiling events.

NYX have recently released their first single, titled ‘Void'. Their work is hypnotic and is described as an exploration of ambient, noise and electronic music.

The performance takes place on November 20th at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre. Tickets can be obtained here.

There are over 350 shows at this year’s EFG London Jazz Festival, including performances by Makaya McCraven, Iggy Pop and Seb Rochford.