Katia Isakoff is a composer, multi-instrumentalist music producer, and the co-founder of Altersonic Sound and UNIT20, studios specialising in analogue synthesis, drum-machines and bespoke modular systems. Her compositions, performances and productions first appeared in the Add N To (X) album Loud Like Nature (Mute Records, 2002) and later, in a Steven Spielberg TV series. Since then, she has collaborated on numerous albums and projects (see selected works) most recently, John Foxx and Steve D’Agostino’s Evidence of Time Travel album, which was composed and produced at Altersonic’s London studio. In 2016 she joined EOTT for a live concert performance at Electri_City Conference, Dusseldorf, adding Moog Theremini to the sonic architecture of this ever evolving and expansive Karborn graphic novel, which premiered with a live performance at the British Film Institute UK and Sonic Acts Festival, Amsterdam (2015).
Katia is currently completing her solo album She’s Not Here and the Sunday Morning Electronics Project.
She’s Not Here
Evidence of Time Travel
An album by John Foxx and Steve D’Agostino
A graphic novel by Karborn
Theremin by Katia Isakoff
(Images: Electri_City Conference, Dusseldorf, October 2016)