Canadian-born, New York City-based cellist and composer Julia Kent creates music using
layered and processed cello, electronics, and found sounds. She has released five solo
records, the most recent being
on UK label Leaf, and has toured throughout North
America and Europe. In addition to her albums, she also composes music for film, theatre,
is a Scottish drummer, composer and bandleader who spans many musical genres.
Rochford has played drums for
Menlo Park, Ingrid Laubrock Quintet, Bojan Zulfikarpasic's Tetraband,
Sons of Kemet.
His new band Pulled By Magnets made its debut in London in late - 2018
is an English-born multidisciplinary artist, musician, composer, director, and
educator based in the Bay Area since 2015.
Since the 1980s, he has directed shows, produced records, and played his musical saw and
other assorted weird and less-weird instruments in studios, theaters, and stages and on
recordings around the world with the likes of The Pogues, Tom Waits, Kronos Quartet, Laurie
Anderson, Yoko Ono, Hal Willner, and Gorillaz. Coulter curates and directs multi-artist events.
Credits include Monkey: Journey to the West (Gorillaz and Chen Shi-Zheng), Double Fantasy
Live, Rain Dogs Revisited, Discreet + Oblique: The Music of Brian Eno, Twisted Christmas, In
Dreams: David Lynch Revisited, Improbable’s The Eldership Project, and An Anatomy Act. His
project, Jim Jarmusch Revisited, premiered at Philharmonie de Paris and went on to sell out
London’s Barbican Theatre.
Coulter recently collaborated with Kronos Quartet and composer Sahba Aminikia to create a
new piece for the Guardian newspaper’s 3D film Virtual Reality project Sea Prayer: a 360
illustrated film based on a story by Khaled Hosseini. In April 2018 Coulter was Artist-In-
Residence with Kronos Quartet for Kronos Festival 2018 at SFJazz Centre.