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Norrisette is an art-pop artist based in Manchester, UK.

Her work encompasses composition, classical piano, music production, DJing, performance and visual design. Since her first gig at Deaf Institute in 2021, she has performed sets at Bluedot, Sounds From the Other City, and Manchester International Festival, and has supported artists such as Anna Meredith, Ezekiel, ((( O ))) and Haru Nemuri. Mainly producing her own work, she has also been a featured vocalist with producers all over Europe. One of Norrisette's self-produced tracks, Wild Being, was described by BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson as an 'electronic noise fest'. Together with Industries, Norrisette set up FLUFF, a regular night for queer electronic music producers at Fuel, Withington. FLUFF has hosted the debut sets of many artists and has been mentioned in the Guardian for its role in the underground music scene in Manchester. Norrisette has recently formed her own band to explore new creative and collaborative landscapes, with Ashley Garrod on bass and Matthew Hill on drums.

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