Another night of English avant-garde goes down tonight @ The Nutclough Tavern on Keighley Road in Hebden Bridge. Colin Robinson and Michael Linden West will join forces for the first time ever and there will be sets by Paul Weatherhead and Andy Duncan:
For the first time ever in the history of performance art (apart from the time Mick sneaked a biscuit-tin guitar solo into a Jumble Hole Clough performance), Michael Linden West (Abrasive Pheasants, etc.) and Colin Robinson (Jumble Hole Clough, etc.) will play live together – totally improvised and unrehearsed.
Expect the extemporaneous composition of music unfettered by the prescriptive features of a specific musical text; the creative activity of immediate in-the-moment happenings. Walking a tightrope without a safety net. Listen to our post-nietzschean sensibilities rejecting the bovine gregariousness of a senile oligarchy.
And that’s not all. Paul Weatherhead will perform excerpts from a teenage zombie opera set in Hebden Bridge. With added aliens and donkeys and a kazoo too.
And there's more: Andy Duncan (pianist and experimenter) will be playing the piano and experimenting.
HCTF review of ive at the Nutclough Tavern 23rd January 2016 (Jumble Hole Clough).