DunningWebsterUnderwood – New live album on tape, and launch gig

The Lumen Lake are releasing a split tape of performances at Cafe Oto by DunningWebsterUnderwood and Rutger Hauser earlier this year. DunningWebsterUnderwood is the trio in which I play turntables and dubplates, alongside Colin Webster on baritone sax and Sam Underwood on Tuba. Both groups also play a launch gig at Silver Road, Lewisham – a huge converted metal water tank. Plus, a new tape and special one-off performances by Ian Stonehouse.

Full details below, and the tapes will be on sale soon too.


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The Lumen Lake presents a super special double tape launch event in a super special space, our first time ever at Silver Rd! We’re celebrating the release of a split live album thing featuring DunningWebsterUnderwood and Rutger Hauser, recorded at a somewhat riotous Cafe Oto gig back in May, and Ian Stonehouse’s extraordinary album ‘Voyage En Kaleidescope’, which has taken some 20 years to find its way up and out onto dry land (and onto cassette), blinking its reptilian eyes and shaking the mud from its webbed feet…

…Join us for:

Improvisation, drone, noise, baritone sax, tuba, turntable. Will sound just incredible in a big metal tank, and you know it’s true.

Drums, cello, playback, electronics. We might be a bit more acoustic than usual, not really sure. We’ll think of something.

Unique one-off performance of specially devised pieces. Again, we’ll think of something.

BOTH TAPES WILL BE ONSALE, probably at a special price even though they’re ridiculously cheap anyway. I’ll post some audio below soooon.

£6 entry, doors at 19:30.

Wrap up warm, it can get chilly in there! Oh, and note that for once this isn’t BYOB – there’s a lovely bar with lovely drinks there.

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