Nadia Peter is a Swiss-Italian musician specialized in the fields of electronic and experimental music, with the project Perpetual Bridge. After years of research and personal experimentation with guitars, pedals, loopers, synths and an intense activity as a DJ that led her to play in many important clubs, concert halls and institutions throughout Switzerland (HEK/Haus der Elektronischen Künste in Basel, Le Bourg in Lausanne, Cambusa Teatro during the Locarno Film Festival, Sonnenstube, Turba, Molino, Milk, Living Room in Lugano, etc.).
In 2021, Nadia Peter created her own electronic and experimental music project Perpetual Bridge. In Perpetual Bridge, her deepest love for this musical genre drives her to channel years of experience and experimentation to create an enveloping and immersive imagery that situates her between ambient and electronic music, creating a bridge between darker, crepuscular sounds and transcendent and bright openings.
In March 2021, Perpetual Bridge released her first EP, Upon the Deep. Self-produced and released on the online platform Bandcamp, the musician found immediate interest with numerous reviews in specialist magazines that write very positive reviews. The track Blue Orbit was selected as part of the special programming for the 100th edition of PANGEA, a radio program of reference in the genre, curated by Alarico Mantovani. The EP’s track, Hidden Rivers, was broadcast on a Vancouver radio station (CiTR FM 101.9, Canada), by one of its wellknown programmers in the genre, Bepi Crespan.
In the autumn of 2021, Perpetual Bridge produced a track, Distant Echoes, especially for the well-known Geneva artist, Laurence Rasti, who had requested it to be used as the soundtrack for her photography project on the theme of Immigration, which was screened at the NO’PHOTO Photography Biennial at Les Cinemas du Gruetli in Geneva.
With Perpetual Bridge, Nadia Peter has also extended her field of experimentation into the audiovisual sphere, accompanying the songs on the album with short experimental films of her own creation, in which the themes already present in the compositions are reflected.
During 2021, Upon the Deep was presented at festivals and concert halls in Switzerland, at three editions of the Festival Les Digitales (Zürich, Luzern and Biel) and other towns of Switzerland and Italy.
The new album Astral Departures will be released in digital version and in vinyl, fall 2022.
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