Clang Sayne, James O Sullivan / David Lacey / Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh Trio

Clang Sayne, James O Sullivan / David Lacey / Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh Trio

25th Jul

Doors 8pm
€10/€8 for members

Clang Sayne
Formed in London in 2008 by songwriter and musician, Laura Hyland, Clang Sayne draws on a wide range of influences from sound improvisation to folksong to jazz to create ‘songscape music’, described as “exhilarating in its refusal to conform” (The Wire Magazine UK) and “showing an uncatorgorisable approach to songcraft” (Tokafi magazine DE). Since returning to Dublin in 2011, Laura reformed the group with Dublin musicians, Matthew Jacobson (drums), Judith Ring (voice), and Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds). Former guitarist with the group from its London days, James O Sullivan rejoins the quartet here in the first of three Irish performances.

http://clangsayne.com/

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A renowned player on his home turf, James O Sullivan will join two of Dublin’s most accomplished improvising musicians, drummer, David Lacey and viola player, Ailbhe Ni Oireachtaigh in an improvised trio set.

Using a combination of feedback, conventional guitar techniques, and mechanical instrumental preparations, London-based electric guitarist, James O Sullivan exploits the full sonic potential of electric guitar, amplifier and the environment in which both are placed.
His interest in improvisation, recording and performance has led him to record and perform internationally, both solo, and with numerous improvised groups including Found Drowned, Syneuma, and Four Seasons Television. His debut solo album ‘feed back couple’, was released on the Forwind label in 2011, and he has been a regular player on releases from London-based improv label, Aural Terrains since 2009. www.

http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/

Dublin-based improvising musician, David Lacey uses drum set, amplified percussion/objects, cassettes and crude electronics.He plays regularly with Rob Casey, Fergus Kelly, Cian Nugent and Paul Vogel as well as the groups Chip Shop Music and Legion of Two. He is a co-founder of the label Homefront Recordings.

Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh is a Dublin based viola player with an interest in improvised, classical and jazz musics. She has performed across Ireland and Europe with various groups including Cian Nugent & the Cosmos and Josephine Foster and regularly collaborates with David Lacey and Anna Clifford. Since 2013 she has been curating improvised music events with other musicians at #12 Rutland Place.

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http://striketheair.com/

Clang Sayne Formed in London in 2008 by songwriter and musician, Laura Hyland, Clang Sayne draws on a wide range of influences from sound improvisation to folksong to jazz to create 'songscape music', described as "exhilarating in its refusal to conform" (The Wire Magazine UK) and "showing an uncatorgorisable approach to songcraft" (Tokafi magazine DE). Since returning to Dublin in 2011, Laura reformed the group with Dublin musicians, Matthew Jacobson (drums), Judith Ring (voice), and Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds). Former guitarist with the group from its London days, James O Sullivan rejoins the quartet here in the first of three Irish performances. "http://clangsayne.com/":http://clangsayne.com/ *** A renowned player on his home turf, James O Sullivan will join two of Dublin's most accomplished improvising musicians, drummer, David Lacey and viola player, Ailbhe Ni Oireachtaigh in an improvised trio set. Using a combination of feedback, conventional guitar techniques, and mechanical instrumental preparations, London-based electric guitarist, James O Sullivan exploits the full sonic potential of electric guitar, amplifier and the environment in which both are placed. His interest in improvisation, recording and performance has led him to record and perform internationally, both solo, and with numerous improvised groups including Found Drowned, Syneuma, and Four Seasons Television. His debut solo album 'feed back couple’, was released on the Forwind label in 2011, and he has been a regular player on releases from London-based improv label, Aural Terrains since 2009. www. "http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/":http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/ Dublin-based improvising musician, David Lacey uses drum set, amplified percussion/objects, cassettes and crude electronics.He plays regularly with Rob Casey, Fergus Kelly, Cian Nugent and Paul Vogel as well as the groups Chip Shop Music and Legion of Two. He is a co-founder of the label Homefront Recordings. Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh is a Dublin based viola player with an interest in improvised, classical and jazz musics. She has performed across Ireland and Europe with various groups including Cian Nugent & the Cosmos and Josephine Foster and regularly collaborates with David Lacey and Anna Clifford. Since 2013 she has been curating improvised music events with other musicians at #12 Rutland Place. *** "http://striketheair.com/":http://striketheair.com/ Clang Sayne Formed in London in 2008 by songwriter and musician, Laura Hyland, Clang Sayne draws on a wide range of influences from sound improvisation to folksong to jazz to create 'songscape music', described as "exhilarating in its refusal to conform" (The Wire Magazine UK) and "showing an uncatorgorisable approach to songcraft" (Tokafi magazine DE). Since returning to Dublin in 2011, Laura reformed the group with Dublin musicians, Matthew Jacobson (drums), Judith Ring (voice), and Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds). Former guitarist with the group from its London days, James O Sullivan rejoins the quartet here in the first of three Irish performances. "http://clangsayne.com/":http://clangsayne.com/ *** A renowned player on his home turf, James O Sullivan will join two of Dublin's most accomplished improvising musicians, drummer, David Lacey and viola player, Ailbhe Ni Oireachtaigh in an improvised trio set. Using a combination of feedback, conventional guitar techniques, and mechanical instrumental preparations, London-based electric guitarist, James O Sullivan exploits the full sonic potential of electric guitar, amplifier and the environment in which both are placed. His interest in improvisation, recording and performance has led him to record and perform internationally, both solo, and with numerous improvised groups including Found Drowned, Syneuma, and Four Seasons Television. His debut solo album 'feed back couple’, was released on the Forwind label in 2011, and he has been a regular player on releases from London-based improv label, Aural Terrains since 2009. www. "http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/":http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/ Dublin-based improvising musician, David Lacey uses drum set, amplified percussion/objects, cassettes and crude electronics.He plays regularly with Rob Casey, Fergus Kelly, Cian Nugent and Paul Vogel as well as the groups Chip Shop Music and Legion of Two. He is a co-founder of the label Homefront Recordings. Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh is a Dublin based viola player with an interest in improvised, classical and jazz musics. She has performed across Ireland and Europe with various groups including Cian Nugent & the Cosmos and Josephine Foster and regularly collaborates with David Lacey and Anna Clifford. Since 2013 she has been curating improvised music events with other musicians at #12 Rutland Place. *** "http://striketheair.com/":http://striketheair.com/
Clang Sayne Formed in London in 2008 by songwriter and musician, Laura Hyland, Clang Sayne draws on a wide range of influences from sound improvisation to folksong to jazz to create 'songscape music', described as "exhilarating in its refusal to conform" (The Wire Magazine UK) and "showing an uncatorgorisable approach to songcraft" (Tokafi magazine DE). Since returning to Dublin in 2011, Laura reformed the group with Dublin musicians, Matthew Jacobson (drums), Judith Ring (voice), and Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds). Former guitarist with the group from its London days, James O Sullivan rejoins the quartet here in the first of three Irish performances. "http://clangsayne.com/":http://clangsayne.com/ *** A renowned player on his home turf, James O Sullivan will join two of Dublin's most accomplished improvising musicians, drummer, David Lacey and viola player, Ailbhe Ni Oireachtaigh in an improvised trio set. Using a combination of feedback, conventional guitar techniques, and mechanical instrumental preparations, London-based electric guitarist, James O Sullivan exploits the full sonic potential of electric guitar, amplifier and the environment in which both are placed. His interest in improvisation, recording and performance has led him to record and perform internationally, both solo, and with numerous improvised groups including Found Drowned, Syneuma, and Four Seasons Television. His debut solo album 'feed back couple’, was released on the Forwind label in 2011, and he has been a regular player on releases from London-based improv label, Aural Terrains since 2009. www. "http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/":http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/ Dublin-based improvising musician, David Lacey uses drum set, amplified percussion/objects, cassettes and crude electronics.He plays regularly with Rob Casey, Fergus Kelly, Cian Nugent and Paul Vogel as well as the groups Chip Shop Music and Legion of Two. He is a co-founder of the label Homefront Recordings. Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh is a Dublin based viola player with an interest in improvised, classical and jazz musics. She has performed across Ireland and Europe with various groups including Cian Nugent & the Cosmos and Josephine Foster and regularly collaborates with David Lacey and Anna Clifford. Since 2013 she has been curating improvised music events with other musicians at #12 Rutland Place. *** "http://striketheair.com/":http://striketheair.com/ Clang Sayne Formed in London in 2008 by songwriter and musician, Laura Hyland, Clang Sayne draws on a wide range of influences from sound improvisation to folksong to jazz to create 'songscape music', described as "exhilarating in its refusal to conform" (The Wire Magazine UK) and "showing an uncatorgorisable approach to songcraft" (Tokafi magazine DE). Since returning to Dublin in 2011, Laura reformed the group with Dublin musicians, Matthew Jacobson (drums), Judith Ring (voice), and Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds). Former guitarist with the group from its London days, James O Sullivan rejoins the quartet here in the first of three Irish performances. "http://clangsayne.com/":http://clangsayne.com/ *** A renowned player on his home turf, James O Sullivan will join two of Dublin's most accomplished improvising musicians, drummer, David Lacey and viola player, Ailbhe Ni Oireachtaigh in an improvised trio set. Using a combination of feedback, conventional guitar techniques, and mechanical instrumental preparations, London-based electric guitarist, James O Sullivan exploits the full sonic potential of electric guitar, amplifier and the environment in which both are placed. His interest in improvisation, recording and performance has led him to record and perform internationally, both solo, and with numerous improvised groups including Found Drowned, Syneuma, and Four Seasons Television. His debut solo album 'feed back couple’, was released on the Forwind label in 2011, and he has been a regular player on releases from London-based improv label, Aural Terrains since 2009. www. "http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/":http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/ Dublin-based improvising musician, David Lacey uses drum set, amplified percussion/objects, cassettes and crude electronics.He plays regularly with Rob Casey, Fergus Kelly, Cian Nugent and Paul Vogel as well as the groups Chip Shop Music and Legion of Two. He is a co-founder of the label Homefront Recordings. Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh is a Dublin based viola player with an interest in improvised, classical and jazz musics. She has performed across Ireland and Europe with various groups including Cian Nugent & the Cosmos and Josephine Foster and regularly collaborates with David Lacey and Anna Clifford. Since 2013 she has been curating improvised music events with other musicians at #12 Rutland Place. *** "http://striketheair.com/":http://striketheair.com/ Clang Sayne Formed in London in 2008 by songwriter and musician, Laura Hyland, Clang Sayne draws on a wide range of influences from sound improvisation to folksong to jazz to create 'songscape music', described as "exhilarating in its refusal to conform" (The Wire Magazine UK) and "showing an uncatorgorisable approach to songcraft" (Tokafi magazine DE). Since returning to Dublin in 2011, Laura reformed the group with Dublin musicians, Matthew Jacobson (drums), Judith Ring (voice), and Carolyn Goodwin (woodwinds). Former guitarist with the group from its London days, James O Sullivan rejoins the quartet here in the first of three Irish performances. "http://clangsayne.com/":http://clangsayne.com/ *** A renowned player on his home turf, James O Sullivan will join two of Dublin's most accomplished improvising musicians, drummer, David Lacey and viola player, Ailbhe Ni Oireachtaigh in an improvised trio set. Using a combination of feedback, conventional guitar techniques, and mechanical instrumental preparations, London-based electric guitarist, James O Sullivan exploits the full sonic potential of electric guitar, amplifier and the environment in which both are placed. His interest in improvisation, recording and performance has led him to record and perform internationally, both solo, and with numerous improvised groups including Found Drowned, Syneuma, and Four Seasons Television. His debut solo album 'feed back couple’, was released on the Forwind label in 2011, and he has been a regular player on releases from London-based improv label, Aural Terrains since 2009. www. "http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/":http://jamesosullivan.co.uk/ Dublin-based improvising musician, David Lacey uses drum set, amplified percussion/objects, cassettes and crude electronics.He plays regularly with Rob Casey, Fergus Kelly, Cian Nugent and Paul Vogel as well as the groups Chip Shop Music and Legion of Two. He is a co-founder of the label Homefront Recordings. Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh is a Dublin based viola player with an interest in improvised, classical and jazz musics. She has performed across Ireland and Europe with various groups including Cian Nugent & the Cosmos and Josephine Foster and regularly collaborates with David Lacey and Anna Clifford. Since 2013 she has been curating improvised music events with other musicians at #12 Rutland Place. *** "http://striketheair.com/":http://striketheair.com/