Playing bass clarinet, saxophones, and rarified woodwinds, Chris Cundy is active in pop music but his practice
is rooted in more experimental and improvised settings. Major collaborations and tours have seen him
performing with Timber Timbre, Cold Specks (aka Ladan Hussein ) , Thor Harris, Baby Dee & Little Annie and
Growing up in the Medway towns Chris became friends with artist and punk musician Billy Childish who
introduced him to the exploits of homemade music-making. This led to a lasting DIY approach and by the time
he was 12 Chris had already started out as a street performer and busker.
He is also involved with theatre music, and recently contributed to an
for Florian Zellar's
stage play The Mother starring Gina McKee . Chris has performed at Shakespeare's Globe and toured with
circus companies NoFit State, and Imagineer.
One off sessions have seen Chris performing alongside Moby , The Blind Boys of Alabama, Bonnie 'Prince'
Billy, Lol Coxhill, Vieux Farka Touré, Fatoumata Diawara, Alexander Hawkins, City of Birmingham Symphony
Orchestra and Lisa Hannigan.
He has released three solo albums, Gustav Lost in 2016 (FMR Records), The Disruptive Forest in 2017
(Confront), and the mini-album Crude Attempt in 2020 (Pressing Records). A further album of acoustic bass
clarinet compositions is due out later in 2020 with the title Of All The Common Flowers.
(born February 7, 1965) is an artist, sculptor, musician, painter, carpenter and handyman. He was
the percussionist for Swans (2010–2016). He has performedwith Shearwater (2001–2010), a band from
Austin, Texas, Bill Callahan, The Angels ofLight, Lisa Germano, Yonatan Gat, Gretchen Phillips, Devendra
Banhart, Rebecca Cannon, Swans, Xiu Xiu, Flock of Dimes & Amanda Palmer, Whalesong, and the Grand Theft
He has recorded at least six instrumental albums with theAustin producer Rob Halverson. He also contributed to
Ben Frost's 2014 album, Aurora. In February 2017, and he has enjoyed touring with Thor and Friends since
Harris posted a video to his Twitter account titled "How To Punch A Nazi" as a response to the rise of Richard
Spencer, and on February 8, 2017, Twitter briefly suspended Harris's account for the video. On August 10,
2017, Harris announced his candidacy for governor of Texas on Twitter. Thor Harris also builds custom musical
MC Lord Magrão
Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, A move to London in 2001 led to my becoming the lead guitarist
of indie rock band Guillemots; a hugely successful ensemble that achieved chart success and went on to
be nominated for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize and a BRIT Award. During my time in Guillemots I
further explored my interest in using everyday tools and objects musically.
I continued experimenting with digital and analogue effects units to create otherworldly soundscapes.
There were some remarkable highlights during my time with Guillemots – being nominated for the
Mercury Music Prize and the BRIT Awards and taking part in the BBC Electric Proms 2006. My absolute
best moment was performing with Daniel Johnston at his Union Chapel show in London.
Alongside the band I’d always had a passion for cinema. I directed an arthouse film in 2008 and three
Guillemots’ music videos. With the band we had the opportunity to do live rescores of films such as
Eraserhead and Oldboy, and our music was used on soundtracks for films and TV shows. In 2013 I left
the band to focus on Artrock project LUNGS. More recently, as a solo artist, I have composed music for
short films, web series and art installations including award winning short film “Boris in the Forest” Web
Doco “Vice Investigates” and art installation “Blood Mountain”.
Currently working on my first solo record “Something Broke Inside of Me”. Which was written and
recorded during 2020 COVID19 lockdown and created only using electric guitars and analogue effects
units. And a new electronic project with multi-instrumentalist Troy Rainbow named Surveillance. A study
of everyday sounds and the musical value of organised chaos.