On Sunday 24th April I’m performing in a duo with percussionist, saxophonist and rubber-chicken-plucker Mark Browne, at Hundred Years Gallery in London. I’m planning to use turntable, dubplates, spring reverbs and dentistry tools.
Mark Browne is an improvising musician based in Aylesbury, South East England. He has been playing different types of improvised music for many years, predominantly using the saxophone. Over the last years the instrumentation has evolved to include percussion instruments, game calls and whistles.
Read more about Mark’s recent recordings in this great article on We Need No Swords.