Yes, I’m putting down my camera again and picking up my bass. Here’s an update of future gigs I will be playing:
The Tajalli Vortex
On 26th April (next Thursday) I’m playing with free-improv Psychedelia group The Tajalli Vortex at the Nether Edge Club, 2 Moncrieffe Road, S7
This is a bit of a special one as we will be joined by singer Damo Suzuki, former frontman with krautrock legends Can, and also 14-piece band The Gated Community.
We play music outside the comfort zone. It’s not instantly accessible, but well worth the effort – see my essay A Troublesome Noise for my thoughts on challenging music.
The venue’s a small one, and with 20 musicans playing, there’s not much space left for the audience, so book your tickets now – available from Freenoise and Rare & Racy.
The Tajalli Vortex are also playing in Warrington on Saturday 12th May, and we will have more gigs in Sheffield and London this June/July.
If free-improv psychedelia is too much for you to hack, I also perform with Karen Mulcahey and the 7% Solution, a more mainstream mix of folk, blues and rock with searingly strong female vocals from singer-songwriter Karen.
We will be at the Runaway Girl in Sheffield on 1st May, onstage around 9pm.
More Karen Mulcahey gigs: 26th May headling Wath Rocks at Montgomery Hall, Wath-on-Dearne. Accoustic gigs (guitar & vocals only) 24th June at the George & Dragon and 16th August at The Black Bull.