Club Integral: Time Trout, Ross Lambert & Pete Um

IKLECTIK presents,

Club Integral: Time Trout, Ross Lambert & Pete Um

Saturday 9 September 2023 | Doors: 8:00pm – Start: 8:30pm
Our Kiosk opens 1 hour before doors.

Tickets: £7.50 adv / £10 otd

Time Trout

Time Trout – Viv Corringham, Marcus Cummins, Dave Mandl and Stephen Moses released their debut album, Stuck Like Jane Austen, on OTOroku earlier this year.

Viv Corringham is a British vocalist and sound artist, active since the late 1970s. Her work includes concerts, soundwalks, radio works and multi-channel installations. She is interested in exploring people’s sense of place and the link with personal history and memory. She performs solo, in ad hoc improvised groups, with Time Trout in New York and in telematic ensembles such as NowNet Arts Hub, directed by the composer Sarah Weaver, and Doug Van Nort’s Electro Acoustic Orchestra.

Dave Mandl is a writer (the Rail, the Wire, Slate, the Believer) and musician. He hosts the weekly music show World of Echo Sunday nights on WFMU. He plays bass in the roots-rock group Girls on Grass, the baroque-pop group Eljin Marbles, the electronic/noise duo Cultural Fit (with Dave Knapik), and radio station WFMU’s house band the Hoof and Mouth Sinfonia, as well as his own “group,” Tone Poets.

Stephen Moses (born November 29, 1954) is a rock drummer and a trombonist. He is a founding member of Alice Donut,[1][2] and also currently plays with MJ12 with Percy Jones and Rosenbloom.[3] He has recorded with a number of artists over the years, and has played trombone on five albums by Sour Jazz. He has played with many artists over the years including the Peter Borno quintet, Giant Metal Insects, Noise R Us, Percy Jones, James Chance, Rasputina, and Gary Windo, amongst others.

British saxophonist Marcus Cummins has been associated with the UK free and improvised music scene since the early 90’s. He has worked extensively as a solo artist, in duo’s and larger bands but is perhaps best known internationally for his involvement in Trevor Watts’ ‘Celebration Band’. Born in London he joined the afro – jazz band ‘The Hamptons’ who he played with in bars and clubs around London and the south east. Cummins then studied music formally at Leeds City College of Music and Dartington College of Arts. During this time studying primarily jazz and Indian music (with the council of many masters such as Bobby Wellins; Evan Parker; Paul Dunmall and Dharambir Singh) he developed a personal style unlike that of any of his contemporaries.

Ross Lambert

Ross Lambert is a London-based Irish free improvisation guitarist and ‘magnetic and vibrating sources’ player, visual artist, and writer. He has collaborated with many musicians, UK-based and international, on the London improv scene, including Tetuzi Akiyama, Ami Yoshida, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Paul Hession, Rhodri Davies, John Butcher and Evan Parker, as well as his close friends Eddie Prevost, Seymour Wright, and Sebastian Lexer.

Pete Um

Cambridge-based Pete Um utilises electronics and sound collage to support his strange song/poems, a DIY news anchor reporting on atmospheres, feelings, emotional weather and adjacent shit.

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