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Birmingham Thnkng/Nt Thnkng Prsnts: Apocalypse Jazz Unit/Emil Karlsen/Phame June 17th

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Fresh off the hangover of the festival, Thinking/Not Thinking returns with a rather impressive looking collection of improvisers, many of whom are making their Birmingham debut. Srsly recommended!

 

Apocalypse Jazz Unit
Experimental mayhem from London, started as a solo recording project by Rick Jensen and has since transmogrified into a live band with a variety of equally deranged improvisers.
https://apocalypsejazzunit.bandcamp.com

Emil Karlsen
Emil Karlsen was born near the small town Gjøvik located in Norway. His musical philosophy highlights dynamics, timbre and textures, all done with an organic mindset. His work as improviser/composer consists of doing both acoustic and electro-acoustic solo performances, working in ensembles spanning from duos to octets and beyond, all done with a focus on creating boundary-pushing art.
https://emilkarlsen.com/

PHAME
Trans-atlantic collaboration between two Birmingham and Los Angeles composer/improviser/musicologists. Themes include the idea of musical disruption and imperial violence.
Nothing online yet, for now

£5 Entry

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