Ben Vince, Anna Palmer and Matt Watkins concert
Ben Vince is a prolific saxophonist and composer who radically redefines the possibilities of the saxophone through extended technique, electronic processing and an open-eared approach to collaboration. Following a recent collaboration with Joy O on Hessle Audio, and releases on Blank Editions, CURL, and Depth of Decay, Ben's latest LP Assimilation (Where To Now?) sees him broaden his horizons further with guest spots from the likes of Micachu, Rupert Clervaux, Valentina Magaletti and Merlin Nova.'
Avant-garde saxophonist Vince's striking fourth [album] favours warped vocal samples, harrowing hand percussion and swelling waveforms, 4/5' — The Guardian
'An audacious solo album... that ventures to the furthest reaches of an experimental song, free jazz, uneasy ambience, and bristling techno' — Pitchfork
Anna Palmer & Matt Watkins
A new collaborative AV experiment between composer/performer Anna Palmer (Dorcha) and visual artist/musician Matt Watkins (Mothwasp).
SAD MAN are experimental electronic musician and artist Andrew Spackman. He has released several albums through Belgium based avant grade record label Off records and his latest album ‘Slow Bird’ was released in April on ITunes, Spotify and Bandcamp. SAD MAN’s tenth album in 2 years is due out in late October.
SAD MAN music has been played on BBC Radio 3 - Late Junction, BBC 6 Music, Resonance FM, Freak Zone, NTS Radio, Brum Radio Sleeve Notes Sessions and Future FM, New New Radio and Radio Kaos. His music has been reviewed in Electronic Sound Magazine, Monolith Cocktail music blog, Mojo Magazine and the Wire Magazine.
Andrew Spackman has created remixes for Dorcha, Mark Springer from Rip Rig and Panic, the High Llamas and Steeling Sheep.
This Event is part of 'Centrala Autumn Incantations’
Three September Gigs at Centrala to celebrate to coming of Autumn.
28/09 - Sacrificial Floors Tour - Tetsuya Umeda, Dirty Electronics, Tim Shaw
30/09 - Wolf Eyes / Wild Rani / Nicholas Bullen
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