Turntable/Saxophone duo with Colin Webster for CRAM (London)

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CRAM at Hundred Years Gallery – 26/10/2014, 3pm
Doors 3pm // Music 3.30pm //Entrance £5+ (suggested donation)

CRAM is thrilled to have it’s next outing at the pioneering Hundred Years Gallery.

The 26th of October will feature a concert spread over the late afternoon and into the autumnal evening. It will be comprised of three fabulous duos made up of some of the most exciting players on the London scene.

Daniel Thompson (guitar) +Steve Noble (percussion)
Lawrence Upton (voice/spoken word) +Benedict Taylor (viola)
Colin Webster (reeds) + Graham Dunning (turntables)
Live Recording – Ed Lucas

With the space, art, bar, coffee, food and people this venue is a super place for catching a relaxed afternoon gig. There will be records on sale from CRAM Records alongside the artists individual merchandise. Bring a good sized bag to collect some cd gems!




CRAM is music collective & independent record label, formed in 2011. It is dedicated to the production, promotion and development of improvised and new music. It was founded and is directed by Benedict Taylor and is made up of a group of musicians/artists, all of whom are at the forefront of the London improvising & new music community, alongside being key figures in music throughout many countries in Europe, Asia & North America.

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