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CHARLES HAYWARD is known as the pioneering drummer with This Heat and Camberwell Now, an ever growing list of solo concerts and CDs (most recent release Abracadabra Information on Locus Solus label), special collaborative performances, and is in Massacre with Bill Laswell and Fred Frith. Throughout the 90’s up to the present he has initiated a bewildering array of events and performances, including the widely acclaimed series Accidents + Emergencies at the Albany Theatre, Out of Body Orchestra (too much sound, not enough space, not enough time), music made from the sound of the new Laban dance centre being built which was choreographed for the official opening, music for a circus (part of the National Theatre’s ‘Art of Regeneration’ initiative), the full-on installation/performance Anti-Clockwise (with Ashleigh Marsh and David Aylward) for multiple strobes, maze structure of diverse textures, 2 drummers, synthesizers and your nervous system

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Supersonic 2018

Read "Supersonic 2018" reviewed by Martin Longley

Supersonic Birmingham, England June 22-24, 2018 Running since 2003, the Supersonic festival specialises in musics that press firmly against the limits of cranial perception, whether expanding from deep inside our inner liquids, or fracturing in unexpectedly like a bolt of intrusive alien contaminate. Supersonic sounds can be minimalist and meditational, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Thurston Moore / Adam Gołębiewski: Disarm

Read "Disarm" reviewed by Mark Corroto

We must give credit to Thurston Moore because back in the day, at the height of his rock-n-roll superstardom, he turned post-punk fans on to improvisers like Sunny Murray, Paul Flaherty, Sun Ra, Mats Gustafsson, and Masami Akita. Nowadays, as he moves further and further away from rock, the opposite is happening. Improvisation fans listening to ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Keiji Haino in London with Charles Hayward and John Butcher

Read "Keiji Haino in London with Charles Hayward and John Butcher" reviewed by Jack Gold-Molina

Keiji Haino Copeland Gallery with Charles Hayward July 8, 2016 Cafe Oto with John Butcher July 9, 2016 London, England Keiji Haino, guitarist and founder of Japanese experimental-psychedelic rock band Fushitsusha and reputed experimental musician who has recorded with the likes of Peter Brötzmann, Sabu Toyozumi, and Thurston ...

Survive The Gesture

Label: P.S.F. Records
Released: 2012

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Wadada Leo Smith: London, England, August 27, 2012

Read "Wadada Leo Smith: London, England, August 27,  2012" reviewed by John Sharpe

Wadada Leo SmithCafé OtoLondonAugust 27, 2012As if searching for the perfect setting, for the second night of his two-day residency at north London's Café Oto, legendary AACM trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith was pitched against two contrasting ensembles drawn from the capital's reservoir of improvising talent. First up was a brass trio, ...

Mathilde 253

Label: P.S.F. Records
Released: 2011

One Big Atom

Label: P.S.F. Records
Released: 2011

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Charles Hayward - Han-Earl Park - Ian Smith plus Lol Coxhill: Mathilde 253

Read "Mathilde 253" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Mathilde 253. Come l'asteroide del diametro di 53 km scoperto nel 1885 da Johann Palisa. Come il trio di improvvisatori che con l'omonimo album di debutto ci presenta una musica che sembra provenire da un altro pianeta. Un oggetto spaziale non identificato che lambisce la terra, le sue miserie e le sue tribolazioni, e lancia un ...

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Mathilde 253 with Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith (Cork and Dublin, Ireland: March 2011)

Mathilde 253 with Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith (Cork and Dublin, Ireland: March 2011)

(Cork, Ireland) Expect powerful and inventive musical interactions as internationally renowned composer-improviser Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith performs with the virtuosic, cross-idiomatic ensemble Mathilde 253 (Charles Hayward, Han-earl Park and Ian Smith) in Cork and Dublin, Ireland in March 2011. This two-date tour marks Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith's first appearance in Ireland, and the Irish debut of ...


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