On Saturday 7th May I’ll play turntable and dubplates alongside Sam Underwood on tuba and Colin Webster on baritone saxophone, in our improvising trio DunningWebsterUnderwood. The event is part of
Fringes, outsides and undergrounds: The aesthetics and politics of unpopular music, a conference at Goldsmiths, Univeristy of the Arts London.
Please note the earlier than average start time!
Fringes, outsides and undergrounds: The aesthetics and politics of unpopular music (performances)
Saturday 7th May, 18:00
The Stretch, Goldsmiths Students’ Union, Dixon Road, SE14 6NW
A night of challenging and unpredictable live performances at The Stretch Bar (Goldsmiths SU) to conclude the one-day conference ‘Fringes, outsides and undergrounds’. The night is FREE and open to students, the public and conference participants, and will feature:
Sly and the Family Drone
The evening performances will begin at 6PM following the conference itself, also free and open to the public, of which details can be found here – http://www.gold.ac.uk/pmru/fringe-conference/
Separate Facebook event here – https://www.facebook.com/events/223322171367031/