Today: Club Integral presents True Mad North‏

at 20:30–23:30



Show Map

The Others

6 and 8 Manor Road, Top Floor, Stoke Newington, N16 5SA

“{in the true mad north of introspection},
where ‘falcons of the inner eye’
dive and die, glimpsing in their
dying fall, all life’s memory of existence”

Charm School
DJ Check Your Privilege
Rucksack Cinema

Entry £5/£3

KMAT – Keisuke Matsui, guitar & electronics, Paul Shearsmith on trumpet and baliphone, Catrinel Doran, voice, melodica & objects and Graham Mackeachan on bass & radios)

Charm School – a new group led by Dave Tucker – (The Fall, Evan Parker etc), Alan Tomlinson – Trombones, Rachel Musson – Tenor Sax, Dave Tucker – Double Bass, Jim Lebaigue – Drums & Percussion

Rachel Musson
Rachel is a saxophonist, improviser and composer living in London, UK.

She has written for and recorded with her own band, Skein, which released a highly acclaimed album on F-IRE Records at the end of 2010. She was picked by BBC Jazz on Three to perform at Cheltenham Jazz Festival last year, and in the same year was nominated for a London Jazz Award. She has performed with Alcyona Mick, Han Bennink, Liam Noble, Gail Brand, Eddie Prevost, Olie Brice, Federico Ughi, Mary Halvorson, John Russell, Adam Linson, Sebastian Rochford, among many others.

“Musson screams and wails like a drunken ghost”, Jakob Baekgaard, All About Jazz

Alan Tomlinson
A Manchester-born musician who studied trombone at the City of Leeds College of Music. An active improviser since the early 1970s, he was also a member of I.L.E.A’s Cockpit Theatre Music Ensemble, Barry Guy’s London Jazz Composers Orchestra, Tony Oxley’s Angular Apron, and the Ballet Rambert Orchestra.

“A performer of uncanny precision … with apparently unlimited sound effects played brilliantly.’ John Fordham,The Guardian
‘Alan Tomlinson stormed away with the whole show.’ The Wire

Dave Tucker
Principal conductor/guitarist with London Improvisers Orchestra, Dave has toured and recorded with The Fall; recorded “School of Velocity” with Evan Parker, John Edwards & Steve Noble; “Ink Room” with Steve Beresford & Stephen Flinn; “Another kind of beauty” by Scatter; Phil Minton, Pat Thomas & Roger Turner, and many more besides.

Mark Astronaut has been involved with three main projects – The Astronauts, Restricted Hours and The Otters. His career spans over 30 years. He was involved in the free music scene of the late 70’s and early 80’s, playing with the likes of Zounds, The Mob, and touring on Here and Now’s Free Tours. The Astronauts have released material on a variety of labels including All The Madmen, Acid Stings, Irregular and Bugle.
Astronaut’s lyrics frequently draw inspiration from the absurdities of life in Britain, giving his music a distinctly English feel. Rock n Reel magazine (March/April 2009) described Mark as ‘The Post-Punk Dylan of Welwyn Garden City’.

Rucksack Cinema- Rucksack Cinema a.k.a. Jaime Rory Lucy has been supplying delirious, innovative live video imagery for Club Integral and other events since 2007. His astonishing and almost preternatural ability to mix imagery with what is happening on stage as well as creating strange and wonderful atmospheres throughout a room has made him an intrinsic part of any Club Integral event.

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