Love Frequency for Laced: In Search of What Connects Us

11 November 2021

Artist, singer, producer and poet, J.Müller invites you into the frequency of love with the atmospheric sound design of 528Hz in her composition of, "The Love Frequency". Relax and receive the healing vibrations of sound designed to bring you into your heart centre and natural state of calm whilst walking through the Laced exhibition in the Main Gallery.

About J.Müller

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South African born, London based artist, J.Müller designs new realities as a singer, dj, producer, poet and creator of parth_é. Former lead singer of pop-funk band, Black Forest Ghetto, she made her solo debut in 2018 with the single 'I Surrender i' and has released another 3 self-produced tracks as well as a full book of poetry called, 'Peaceful Thoughts' since then.
J.Müller stands firmly in her ancestral roots, which translates through her sound, merging electronic music from different parts of the world that meet in an eclectic melting pot — allowing us to connect deeper to our origins. She was interviewed on BBC Radio London in 2019, played the Parliament of Funk stage at Noisily Festival the same year, performed at Lovejam, Lost Village, DJ'd in numerous venues in Mumbai in 2020 and you can regularly catch her DJing in London. She founded parth_é: a space for those looking to nurture self-awareness, freedom and love and will whisk you to another dimension at her conscious dance night - libert_é, which creates a space for freedom and self-expression through music and dance.

 

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