DunningWebsterUndwerwood (turntable / saxophone / tuba): two festival gigs and a new album!

DunningWebsterUnderwood perform improvised music, avoiding conventional playing of their respective instruments: Turntable, baritone saxophone and tuba. Artist Graham Dunning uses a single turntable with dubplates of field recordings, dentistry tools and other objects to create crackling textures, tones and disjointed noise. Colin Webster is a prolific and experimental improviser who brings a palette of percussive and textural sounds, drawn tones, and raw, searing blasts. Sam Underwood is a musician, producer and instrument maker playing brass rasp and deep, drone, doom layers.


We’re at performing two festivals at the start of August: Full of Noises festival in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria on 31st July to 2nd August; and Supernormal Festival in Oxfordshire from 7th to 9th August. Full details on the festival websites.


We’re also excited to announce our debut album BLEED, which is available in August from ADDADAT records. Full info on the release here. We recorded the album at Sam’s Shallow End Studios in Worcestershire in 2014.


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