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Label: TSOKL
Released: 2021
Track listing: Tine; Verser; Oned; On the Hoof.



Label: Linear Obsessional
Released: 2020
Track listing: Clown; Slave.


Article: Album Review

Found Drowned: Clownslave

Read "Clownslave" reviewed by John Eyles

The improvising trio Found Drowned comprises guitarist James O'Sullivan, a long-standing member of Eddie Prevost's Friday night improv workshop , bassist Peter Marsh and drummer Paul May, who together are one half of the quartet Fourth Page . The three first played together in 2010, releasing their eponymous first album in 2012. The studio-recorded Clownslave comprises ...


Find A City To Live In

Label: Invisible City Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Lines of Flight; Berm; The Making Of; Distal Bar; Zones and Bridges.


Article: Album Review

Muster: Find A City To Live In

Read "Find A City To Live In" reviewed by John Eyles

Muster consists of electric guitarist James O'Sullivan from South London and electronicist Dan Powell from Brighton, some fifty miles away. This duo was formed accidentally in November 2016, when Powell was supposed to be playing in another duo as part of a Catford Constitutional improv night; the other member couldn't make it, so Powell and O'Sullivan ...


Article: Album Review

James O'Sullivan: IL Y A

Read "IL Y A" reviewed by John Eyles

It is a great pleasure to welcome the release of IL Y A by London improvising guitarist James O'Sullivan. An active member of the London improv community, including being a long-standing member of Eddie Prevost's highly influential weekly workshop, O'Sullivan released his first album in 2009. During the years 2011 to 2014, he averaged two releases ...



Label: Linear Obsessional Recordings
Released: 2017
Track listing: First and Last Breath; Echo?; Concert; L’Incontournable.


Article: Multiple Reviews

Workshop improvisers in action: James O’Sullivan, Tom Soloveitzik, Jerry Wigens

Read "Workshop improvisers in action: James O’Sullivan, Tom Soloveitzik, Jerry Wigens" reviewed by John Eyles

Every Friday evening since November 1999, a variable number of musicians--from six to twenty-six--has gathered together in south London for over two hours to improvise together in various combinations from duos upward. Originally convened by AMM drummer Eddie Prévost, and still led by him most weeks, this Workshop has featured hundreds of musicians since 1999 and ...


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