Tom Wheatley / Paul Keene / Annie Kerr + Kev Moore + Gus Garside

£6 / £5 members and unwaged

Tom Wheatley

Tom Wheatley is a double bass and electric bass player based in, and native to, London. He plays to open the bass – sonically and physically, musically and surgically – as to open suppressed musics. He is actively involved in new music communities of London and elsewhere, playing with Eddie Prévost, John Edwards, CYNTHIA, Mark Sanders, Yoni Silver, Denis D’or, Ute Kanngiesser, Guillaume Viltard and others.

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Paul Keene

Paul Keene is a free-lance musician and researcher working as a pianist, composer, improvisor and multi-media artist. He has worked in various parts of the world in settings including orchestras and choirs, live electronic and acoustic groups, chamber ensembles and solo projects. He has performed with The Platters, Bobby Vinton and Louie Belson.

His work includes collaborations with dancers including Emma Dunn, multimedia artists such as Christopher Janey, film-makers such as Nick Gibbon and spoken-word artists including Lemn Sissay. He has performed on BBC Radio 3 on the Andy Kershaw Show with Rise Kagona of the Bhundu Boys as a member of Culture Clash. He has also appeared with DJ Sniff from STEIM, with the Chemical Poets, free improv group Hakemira and improvised electronica duo Kresch.

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Annie Kerr + Kev Moore + Gus Garside

Double bassist Gus Garside plays in string trio Arc and in Static Memories, and is an instrumental part of the Safehouse team. Violinist Annie Kerr plays in a wide variety of settings and styles and also teaches music. Kev Moore uses electronics to create unusual sonic textures. As a trio they make a kind of improvised music that has echoes of radio plays and other narratives.

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