just spotted a couple of videos posted by Dave J from end of last year of Open Eye gigs.
4 May Nham Quartet (Tony Bevan/John Edwards/Jed Bishop/Michael Zerang) “Brilliant stuff!” The Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD (U.K.) “Spirited, challenging free improvisation. Do yourself a favour and check them out” Jason Bevins, Cadence (U.S.A.) “Imaginative and very satisfying” The Wire (U.K.) “Strongly recommended to fans of intelligent, freethinking musicmaking” Coda (Canada) The NHAM Quartet […]
next saturday! going to be amazing
Next Tubers gig, see details here on facebook and Tubers site here. Saturday 5th November TONY BEVAN (UK)/SCOTT LOONEY (US)/KLAUS JANEK(IT) An intercontinental meeting of improvisers! Scott Looney has forged a signature style using the inside and outside of the piano, plucking strings, using metal implements and other quick preparations, in combination to playing the […]
These three are pencil drawing based around listening to the birds at the back of my flat in Whalley Range, Manchester.
Couple of reviews come through of gig at end of last month: http://manchestermule.com/article/review-tubers-music#more-10158 http://santiagosdeadwasp.blogspot.com/2011/08/womb-at-st-margarts-whalley-range.html
MATHILDE is a Leeds based collective with experience both nationally and internationally. All are passionate about introducing improvisation to a wider audience and are engaged in various other collectives and organisations. Seth Bennett (UK) Double bass and trombone Marie Andersen (Denmark), Dance and aerial theatre … Oliver Dover (UK) Saxophone, bass clarinet, trumpophone Rachel Dean […]
Some great video above from Open Eye gig opening for John Butcher & Okkyung Lee last Friday. Thanks to Dave J. for that. Also a nice little write up from Daniel Ladd @ citylifer. You can read the whole thing here. The pictures below are thanks to some fine camera work by Peter Fey. Having […]
Some splendid shots from Joincey of Saturdays swiftly rearranged gig; church to living room in one quick move: turned out very well in the end.