Colin Webster & Graham Dunning / Kate Armitage
Colin Webster & Graham Dunning
The duo perform improvised music avoiding conventional playing of their respective instruments: Turntable and saxophone. Graham uses a single turntable with dubplates of field recordings, dentistry tools and other objects to create crackling textures, tones and disjointed noise. On saxophone, Colin Webster uses a range of techniques to bring a palette of percussive and textural sounds, drawn tones, and raw, searing blasts.
Touring the new album, Most of What Follows Is True, out 6th October on Soundholes: http://sndhls.bigcartel.com/product/070-colin-webster-graham-dunning-most-of-what-follows-is-true-c40
Kate Armitage is an artist and a musician. She is opposed to mystification of all kinds. Among her least favourite mystifications are the most deadly boring: "glamour", "talent" and "expertise". She is particularly interested in specifically feminist de-mystifications of performance; this is called playing like a woman.
New album Benefit Claimant out now on Fractal Meat: https://fractalmeat.bandcamp.com/album/benefit-claimant