Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Convivium at Catford Constitutional Club

South East London is becoming quite the centre for experimental and improvised music - so much so that SEEM (South East Experimental Music) has been established as  'a not-for-profit collective designed to promote the burgeoning scene of experimental, left-field, alternative, noisy, electroacoustic, acoustic, improvised, digital, electronic, etc. musics and sound art in our favourite corner of London'.  Regular events locally include Sonic Imperfections at the Montague Arms and the Linear Obsessional concerts at the Arts Café in Manor Park.

Tomorrow night (Wednesday 27th April) sees a new night start - Convivium at the Catford Constitutional Club:

'A new space for improvised and experimental music- the brilliant Catford Constitutional Club - an extraordinary space, the very definition of "faded grandeur" and great beer at reasonable prices. It's a shortwalk from Catford Railway Station, and there are loads of buses. For our debut production we present:
- RABBIT- Dave Aylward - Drums/Percussion etc; Tom Scott - Reeds and Electronics.
- the trio of  James O'Sullivan - guitar; Ed Lucas - Trombone; Tom Wheatley - Double Bass/
-a brand new text piece from Catford based avant legend Adam Bohman
- the debut appearance of a new duo- Richard Sanderson - melodeon and amplification; Tim Yates - monochord and assorted objects.
Admission - £5 (suggested donation)'

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