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ALVEAR, BENNETT, COOKE, HENRY, MALFATTI | BRISTOL 30/10/15

ALVEAR, BENNETT, COOKE, HENRY, MALFATTI | BRISTOL 30/10/15

Bang the Bore is proud to present streaming video of Cristián Alvear’s première performance of Wandelweiser composer Radu Malfatti’s “shizuka ni furu ame” (2015, for solo guitar). The video was taken from the first concert of Bang the Bore’s Autumn 2015 Season, which doubled as the final date of Daniel Bennett, Seth Cooke and Clive Henry’s mini tour of the UK – their first together since Hunting Lodge disbanded almost ten years ago.

Interview with Joe Panzner

Interview with Joe Panzner

Joe Panzner is a composer, mastering engineer and musicologist based in Ohio. For nearly a decade now he has been building what is, for our money, one of the most consistently exciting & intelligent bodies of work in noise & computer music.

Sheets of Easter Everywhere

Sheets of Easter Everywhere

Presenting, for your enjoyment, the first two volumes of Furniture Records’ tape compilation series, Sheets of Easter Everywhere – cassette releases devoted entirely to cover versions of Oneida’s Sheets of Easter.

Nick Hennies

Nick Hennies

Bang the Bore is proud to present streaming video of Nick Hennies performing two pieces for us in February; Cast and Work, by Hennies herself; and Snare Drum and FM Noise, by Peter Ablinger.

Alex Ward – Glass Shelves and Floor

Alex Ward - Glass Shelves and Floor

Alex Ward‘s musical activities are still as not as well known as they should be, despite over a quarter century of extraordinary work. As a clarinettist his virtuosity and imagination are pretty much unrivalled, and his electric guitar playing doesn’t lag behind. He’s worked with plenty of famous names (Derek Bailey, Eugene Chadbourne, Thurston Moore) […]

Tim Parkinson Interview – Trio with Objects

Tim Parkinson Interview - Trio with Objects

Tim Parkinson is one of the most unassumingly fascinating composers at work in the UK at the moment. The surfaces of his music are often free of many of the usual appurtenances of experimental music, but his work continually upsets expectations and has a logic unlike any other music around. He has written for groups […]


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Andrew Woodhead:Electronics, Dominic Lash & Hannah Marshall:Bass & ‘Cello, Tina Hitchins: Flute/electronics to “Calve” by Ben Trinkle

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Andrew Woodhead – Solo Electronics

Dominic Lash & Hannah Marshall Duo – Bass & ‘Cello
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Tina Hitchins – Flute and Electronics. A Score to ‘Calve’ – a film by Ben Trinkle


Andrew Woodhead: Named as “One To Watch” in Jazzwise magazine and winner of the 2014 Dankworth Prize for Jazz Composition, Andrew Woodhead is establishing himself as one of the leading figures of Birmingham’s thriving Jazz/Creative Music scene. His music draws from a range of influences and musical traditions, from his early Choral and Classical Piano training to a later love of Jazz, Post-Rock and Avant-Garde.

Domninic Lash: “endless efforts to veer left of every known note or chord”
James Costelloe, Newcastle Journal

“explosive bass-strumming”
John Fordham, The Guardian

“almost vertiginous contrasts … a master of the extreme”
Paul Medley, Oxford Times

Hannah Marshall: “Ask your ears :] Exploring sonic territories and visiting musical antipodes, demonstrating an esoteric approach to instrumentation that is truly unique”- DreamCraeft recommendation

“sublime technical abilities…she reinvents melodic lines, provides spectacular harmonic intervention” – Raul D’Gama Rose

Tina Hitchens: Calve is a film and music collaboration made by Ben Trinkle and Tina Hitchens. The work will receive it’s first performance at the Bristol Experimental Music & Film Weekender in early July. Beginning from a shared interest in fragmented repetition, Calve is an exploration of the interference arising from the animation of Ben’s previously static images and Tina’s part-composed responses using flute and electronics.


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July 4th, 2016 | by | Published in Blog

Sam Bailey (solo piano) | Marshall/Willburg | Lash/Langford/Telford – Bristol Music Club, Friday 17th June

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An evening of improvised music with:

Sam Bailey – solo piano

Hannah Marshall – cello / Otto Willburg – bass

Dominic Lash – bass / Mark Langford – reeds / Roger Telford – drums

Friday 17th June 2016, 8pm

Bristol Music Club, 76 St Paul’s Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 1LP

£6 (nobody turned away for lack of funds)


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