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Massimo Magee is a writer, artist and musician based in London. His work is wide-ranging, including experimental fiction, text art, sound and image digital art pieces, experimental music (improvised, composed and everything in between), free jazz, radically extended saxophony, electronics, data manipulation and much more. Ensembles include Cyclone Trio (with Tony Irving and Tim Green), Interrogation Quartet (with Ulrike Lentz, Joshua Weitzel and Chie Nagai), Rick Jensen's Apocalypse Jazz Unit, and many ad hoc groups, and he has released albums on Astral Spirits, Kendra Steiner Editions, Copy for Your Records, Lurker Bias and other labels. His audiovisual Manifesto (New Unities) was published in 2017.

Tony Irving is a non-linear/Free improvising drummer who formed Ascension in London in 1992 and later teamed up with Stefan Jaworzyn for the classic Ascension line-up. Ascension released 2 CD’s and 2 LP’s and numerous singles. While in Ascension Tony was also a member of Descension (with Stefan Jaworzyn, Simon Fell and Charles Wharf) and Unity Gain (with Neil Mackay and Nigel Webb). Tony has also recorded and played with London improvising legends Paul Dunmall, Alan Wilkinson, the late Lol Coxhill, Pat Thomas and Sonic Youth guitarists Thurston Moore and Lee Ranaldo. Since moving to Australia in 2005 Tony has played solo and in duo performances with Yusuke Akai (guitar) and Neil Mackay (bass/electronics) and most recently recorded and performed with Adam Cadell (violin), Marisa Allen (violin) and Massimo Magee (saxes) and in groups The Impossible (with Mitch Green and Sam O’Brien) and Cyclone Trio (with Massimo Magee and Tim Green).
And here are links to some releases and a video from a gig we played last year:

Ron Caines (saxes), Gus Garside (double bass) and James Parsons (drums)
Ron Caines co-founded the ground breaking experimental prog rock group East of Eden. After becoming disillusioned with commercial music he moved to Bristol and became involved in progressive jazz playing with Keith Tippett, Larry Stabbins, Paul Dunmall, and Julie Tippetts d Steve Lacy and others. In recent years he moved to Brighton where he is a member of the Safehouse collective. His new album “Les Oiseaux de Matisse” was released by the Discus label in September 2018 to critical acclaim
“This is outstanding! Record of the week!!” Matt Parker, British Progressive Jazz
“An impressive and original collection – one of the most worthwhile CDs I’ve heard this year” London Jazz News

8pm - 11pm

£8 OTD £5 (for Safehouse members)


Earlier Event: December 31
Later Event: January 22
Kustom Vibes: Tilda Allie