Weds 17th September, Cafe Oto London

Hello come down to Cafe Oto to watch Koichi Grimm Grimm do his wonderful thing.

Plus**** I’m playing! !

It might be a slightly weird set–I’ve been learning the bass. I feel very happy about it. But be warned! It.could.be.awful??

Pickpocket Records & Myths of the Far Future presents: Grimm Grimm + Serafina Steer + Moon Zero

 

Door Times : 8pm

 

Tickets : £5 adv, £6 on the door

 

Grimm Grimm ‘Kazega Fuitara Sayonara’/’Tell The Truth’ Limited 7” Single Launch

+ DJs
Xaviers
Telegram

8th March This Saturday WOW fest at South Bank Centre

Hello

I have been looking up more about everyone that I am playing with on Saturday because you can’t just listen to Xray Spex and Bruce Springsteen all the time.

I found this video and tune combo of Anna Meredith’s . Wait for it too. It’s really good then suddenly REALLY GOOD

And Black Panther by Ayanna Witter-Johnston. Which I can’t stop humming now.

But I can’t help it, I really am most looking forward to seeing Gaggle live.

you can get £6 tickets if you enter the code WOWSIX when booking on the southbank website.

BBC4 The Big Melt How Steel Made Us Hard– feat. Machine Room

Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes

A film by Martin Wallace and Jarvis Cocker, The Big Melt combines 100 years of footage from the BFI National Archive with a score recorded live at the Crucible Theatre on the opening night of Sheffield Doc/Fest in June 2013 to tell the story of steel, the story of the men in the steelworks and the story of Sheffield.

Taking us on musical journey into the soul of a nation, it brings to life the ghosts of our past, taking us into the belly of the furnaces and showing how our national character has been stamped from the mighty presses of our industrial heritage.

Featuring leading Sheffield musicians including Jarvis Cocker and Pulp band members, the City of Sheffield Brass Band, Richard Hawley and his band members, the Forgemasters, a string quartet and a youth choir, the live soundtrack has been edited by Cocker to create a phenomenal music score – a new kind of Sheffield heavy metal, with pictures.

Feb 15th- From Now On festival. Chapter Arts Centre – Cardiff

estival of adventurous music featuring an array of Welsh and international artists.

Euros Childs, Lucky Dragons, Richard Dawson, Laura J Martin, Rhodri Davies, Thought Forms, Trwbador, Dan Haywood, Bridget Hayden, R. Seiliog, Serafina Steer Trust Fund, Hail! The Planes, Tender Prey, Aidan Richard Taylor, Gwenno, The Jelas + more acts tba.

A new festival of music and sound without borders curated by Shape Records.

Acts include LA experimental collective Lucky Dragons, known for their participatory approach to making music and radically inclusive live shows a special solo piano performance from Euros Childs and Liverpool’s psychedelic flute-looping Laura J Martin.

Two of the UK’s most fascinating outsider musicians, avant-harpist Rhodri Davies and cult post-folk troubadour Richard Dawson will be performing separately and as a duo for their critically acclaimed collaboration, ‘Hen Ogledd’.

Tickets: Friday: £12, Saturday: £15, Both days: £25

- See more at: http://www.chapter.org/fromnowon.co.uk

LSFF

Many thanks to everyone that came down to the Horniman Museum. And to Philip Ilson, Jenny Moore, Sam Steer, Julian Simmons, Matt Rogers, Leo Chadburn and Jacob Smedegaard.

16th Jan 2014-

 

London Short Film Festival at the Horniman Museum. I have subtitled this event ‘sleaze’ and I hope we can deliver.

as well as a concert of songs (mine) and film programme to include-

SLUG SEX + sound of crickets スラグセックス by Julian Simmons
with live musical accompaniment of a new work for total Harp by Matt Rogers, performed
by me

videos by Jenny Moore

Animations by Sam Steer
The Postman (with live soundtrack)
Urtha Mutha
The Cavalier

http://juliansimmons.com/

http://www.gameshowoutpatient.com/

http://www.jennymoore.co/art.htm

http://samsteer.co.uk/

 

 

Tickets £8