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Dominic Lash

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Dominic Lash is a freely improvising double bassist, although his activities also range much more widely. Based in Bristol, he leads his own quartet (with Javier Carmona, Ricardo Tejero and Alex Ward) as well as the ensemble Consorts. He has performed with musicians such as Tony Conrad, Joe Morris, Evan Parker and Steve Reid, while his current collaborative projects include Stray (with John Butcher, John Russell and Ståle Liavik Solberg) and The Convergence Quartet (with Taylor Ho Bynum, Harris Eisenstadt and Alexander Hawkins). Born Cambridge, England, in January 1980; played bass guitar since 1994; studied with Hugh Boyd and Pascha Milner and at Basstech (London) with Rob Burns, Terry Gregory and others

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Discernment

Label: Spoonhunt
Released: 2021
Track listing: discerning 1; discerning 2; discerning 3; discerned

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Distinctions

Label: Spoonhunt
Released: 2021
Track listing: distinctions

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Limulus

Label: Spoonhunt
Released: 2021
Track listing: Alexithymia; Cylindrical; Dactyloscopy; From a theme by F.S.; Isthmus; Improvisation/Structures

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Spoonhunt's First CD Releases

Read "Spoonhunt's First CD Releases" reviewed by John Eyles


Like the notorious London buses, with musician-run independent record labels, you wait ages for one to arrive and then two come along together. Just as punters were welcoming N.O. Moore's new dx/dy label, along comes the first batch of releases on bassist Dominic Lash's charmingly-named Spoonhunt label. To be fair, Spoonhunt is not totally new. Since ...

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And Now

Label: FMR Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Well Then; Whatsoever; Finally.

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Article: Album Review

Keune Lash Noble: And Now

Read "And Now" reviewed by John Eyles


The trio of German saxophonist Stefan Keune with British bassist Dominic Lash and drummer Steve Noble first came together in September 2013 when they appeared at guitarist John Russell's monthly Mopomoso afternoon at The Vortex, Keune having been a regular visitor there through his duo with Russell which dates back to the 90's. The trio worked ...

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Article: Radio

Favourite Releases of 2019

Read "Favourite Releases of 2019" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


This episode features some of my favourite recordings released in 2019, chosen from a year of some pretty damn fine music. It always seems that I tend toward bassist-led sessions, and that's the case again, with great recordings from Carlos Bica, Torbjorn Zetterberg and the Miles Perkin Quartet for starters. As well, more women artists appear ...

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Article: Radio

Dave Sewelson, Satoko Fujii and Tatsuya Yoshida & More

Read "Dave Sewelson, Satoko Fujii and Tatsuya Yoshida & More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


There's a definite theme of muscular sounding saxophone in this edition of One Man's Jazz: Dave Sewelson, Steve Baczkowski, Chris Pitsiokos, Massimo Magee, Tomasz Szukalski, Marty Ehrlich, Cene Resnik, David Leon, Jonas Kullhammar and Remy Alvarez can all skronk with the best of them, and they're somewhere blowing their reeds apart throughout the music in this ...

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Article: Radio

Avram Fefer, Harris Eisenstadt, Satoko Fujii & Joe Fonda and More

Read "Avram Fefer, Harris Eisenstadt, Satoko Fujii & Joe Fonda and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue


You can always count on Clean Feed Records for great music, and this episode features some tunes from recent releases on the Portuguese label's catalogue. Saxophonist Avram Fefer adds Marc Ribot to his usual trio and the results on Testament are fantastic. Pianist Zack Clarke steps back to a traditional piano trio format, but the music ...


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