Oxford Old Fire Station, United Kingdom
A new series where musicians, poets, writers and artists share
the stage to improvise without any previous preparation or
communication about the performance. The first event features Steve
Beresford, Rachael Allen, Adam Larter, Ben Target, Phil Minton, Pat
Thomas, Adam Harper, Tim Goldsworthy, Jack Goldstein, Ian Staples
and Gloria Lin. Oxford Old Fire Station, 27 July, 7:30pm, £6.
London Cafe Oto, United Kingdom
Andrew “Giblet” Brenner joins Steve Beresford, David Toop, Max
Eastley, Nag and Bendle to perform songs of the reformed post-punk
group and celebrate the re-release of their entire catalogue on the
Staubgold label. London Cafe Oto, 4 June, 8pm, £8/£7.
London Bar & Co, United Kingdom
Improv and poetry club on a boat in the Thames, with Steve
Beresford & Orphy Robinson, Tom Jackson & Benedict Taylor,
Guillaume Viltard/Seymour Wright/Paul Abbott, Lisa Fannen &
Alice Eldridge (3 June), Dominic Lash/Stale Liavik Solberg/Audrey
Lauro, Lulula (Armorel Weston/Kay Grant/Jim Dvorak/Guillaume
Viltard), Roland Ramanan/Jackie Walduck/Dominc Lash, Sibyl Madrigal
& Alex Ward (17). London Bar & Co, 8pm, £6/£4.
Shabaka Hutchings, Howard Skempton, Darragh Morgan perform new
works in West London this April.
Steve Beresford has been awarded one of this year's Paul Hamlyn Foundation awards for composers, meaning he'll receive £50,000 (upped from...
Dutch group The Ex are celebrating their 33.3rd
birthday with a three night series at Cafe Oto at the end of
November. Stewart Lee and Steve...
On the cover: Josephine Foster: After tracing
a path through opera, lieder, folk and psych, the nomadic US singer
finds her musical home in the charged landscape of Cádiz, Spain. By
Clive Bell. Plus: a visit with Crass's Penny Rimbaud and Gee
Vaucher, Detroit Techno pioneer Robert Hood, Terror Danjah's
Invisible Jukebox, Steve Beresford remembers Lol Coxhill, and
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Read at Exact Editions
Steve Beresford talks to John Kieffer. Filmed
at the 2011 edition of Off The
Page festival which took place 11-13 February at the Playhouse
Two Faster Than Sound events take place at
Snape Maltings in Suffolk this month, featuring The Wire
332 cover artist Christian Marclay with Steve Beresford, John
Butcher, Mark Sanders, Alan Tomlinson and Suffolk Phoenix Brass on
1 October (4pm, £12), followed by Roly Porter (of Vex'd), Cynthia
Millar and Rod Maclachlan on 29 October (6:30pm, £10).
Incus Records hosts a celebration of their
reissued live recording of a 1983 solo Bailey performance,
Concert In Milwaukee . Originally produced...
Listen to two tracks off Teatime,
mid-1970s free improvisation from Garry Todd/Dave Solomon/John
Russell/Nigel Coombes/Steve Beresford recently reissued by
Invisible Jukebox extract - tested by Phil
ON THE COVER: Electrelane - How Steve Albini, The
Ex and a passing US military train helped shape their formidable
rock noise. By David Stubbs
FEATURES: Invisible Jukebox: Steve Beresford, Kali
Z Fasteau, Foetus, Alex Von Schlippenbach, Boris, Josephine Foster,
The Complainer, Annie Gosfield
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ON THE COVER: Alice Coltrane - In an exclusive
interview at her California home, Edwin Pouncey explores the cosmic
jazz legend's ongoing quest for universal consciousness, from her
part in Coltrane's ecstatic jazz through an illustrious solo
FEATURES: Steve Beresford, Invisible Jukebox: David
Grubbs, Bootlegs & plagiarhythms, Rebuilding Berlin Techno,
Taylor Dupree, Vibracathedral Orchestra, Sunn 0))), Boards of
Canada, Antipop Consortium, Reynols, Vinko Globokar, Frank
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