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Nick Storring

Nick Storring is a young, multi-faceted musician whose interests lie both in and outside of the world of improvisational music. Nick's main focus as an improvising musician is his project with drummer Brandon Valdivia and guitarist/ saxophonist Colin Fisher, I HAVE EATEN THE CITY, in which he plays cello, keyboards and various small instruments through live computer processing. The group's approach, which draws variously from "spiritual" free-jazz , abstract electronica, contemporary classical, avant-rock, noise, ambient, musique concrete and non-Western Musics, has permitted them to play a variety of audiences in and around the Toronto area, where they are based


Rob Clutton Trio: Counsel of Primaries

Read "Counsel of Primaries" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Bassist Rob Clutton has been a regular presence in the Toronto jazz scene for some time, having begun his recording career in the mid 1990s, subsequently working within a cluster of fellow Canadian improvisers, including efforts with Lina Allemano, Nick Storring, Nick Fraser, and Karen Ng. The latter two are integral components of Counsel of Primaries, ...

I Have Eaten The City - Feral Geography

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2006


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