Sami Fitz is a classically trained singer and self-taught musician who creates unusual soundscapes and ethereal spaces using primarily her voice and synthesizers. Her work investigates breaking patterns in narratives, sound, speech, nature, technology, and behaviour. She loves experimental music but equally loves an 80s pop song.
In late 2017, Sami left a decade long office career to pursue music. She’s had the opportunity to sing with Damien Rice, Sarah Davachi, Pauline Kim-Harris, Annea Lockwood, Teletextile, and Gloria Gaynor.
Her first EP was produced by Shahzad Ismaily (Laurie Anderson, Bonnie Prince Billy, Lou Reed) and Aaron Roche (ANHONI, R. Stevie Moore) in 2018.
She is currently working on her next album for release in Winter 2019 and helps run an experimental choir at Cafe Oto in London. She has a radio show with Ceylan Goksel on Resonance FM Extra every third Thursday of the month called Goodnight and she plays in an improvised guitar and voice duo with Patrick Dahn called STILL NO.
She feels very lucky to make music. Thanks for listening.