Ulnae was a captivating fusion of performance art and music, born from the collaborative talents of Darcy Neal, a cellist and electronic instrument maker, and Lily Taylor, a synth looping songstress. Their distinctive style spanned a wide spectrum, from the haunting beauty of ethereal layered vocals to the avant-garde edge of experimental noise. Central to Ulnae’s performances was the integration of live-manipulated visuals, enhancing the auditory experience. The duo further augmented their shows with amplified movements, handcrafted headdresses, and other visual elements, creating a multi-sensory experience that transcended traditional performance boundaries. This collaboration stood as a testament to the innovative possibilities at the intersection of music, art, and technology.

ULNAE from our show @ the Green House in Austin for HIQC multimedia showcase.  Photo by VJ Greekfire 

Projections by Sean Miller

Video Featuring a Personal Insight into the Significance of Ulnae in My Work, Discussion Starts at 2:27

Early Live Performance by Ulnae: A Noisy Set at the Green House in Austin, TX for HIQC’s Multimedia Art Show, 2012 – Live Video Captured by VJ Greekfire

Ulnae Live Performance at the Moncayo House

ULNAE was featured on the Gutterth Compilation 4, which is a great time capsule of some of the music that was happening in Denton around that time.

 Dallas Observer Interview with ULNAE

Explore Our Past Performances: Comprehensive Show Listings Available at ulnaemusic.com

ulnae business card and cd