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Never miss another 'Monkey Puzzle Trio' show
Forward thinking indie fronted by the legendary Charles Hayward (This Heat, Massacre, Camberwell Now, Quiet Sun, etc) and his new trio with Viv Corringham & Nick Doyne-Ditmus.
A slowly evolving, long-term music project whose that walks a tightrope between song improvisation and sound-as-sound.
They released their debut album 'White World' on Slowfoot Records.
Monkey Puzzle Trio tour dates
Hello Skinny is the brainchild of drummer Tom Skinner, who's other current involvements include Sons Of Kemet, Mulatu Astatke, Matthew Herbert, Finn Peters and The Owiny Sigoma Band amongst many others.
The project is Skinner's first as bandleader, composer and producer (playing most of the instruments on the album) and sees him exploring areas around and between psych-dub, electronics, downtown jazz and folk stylings.
Tom Skinner takes a collage-like approach to composition, drawing on elements of jazz, electronica and dub, creating potent psychedelic brews and contemporary melodic soundscapes. As an accomplished jazz drummer his music is strongly based in that genre, but as the son of a concert pianist, and a Londoner, he has grown up absorbing the remarkable musical influences that only a city as diverse as London could provide. You can hear the influences of reggae, dub, jungle, bass music, krautrock, film music, "out-there" experimental avant-garde and maybe even TV new themes and Morris dancing in his music.
Hello Skinny tour dates
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Venue: Cafe Oto
18-22 Ashwin Street
E8 3DL 51.546963, -0.074741
→ Dalston Junction 2 min walk