Club Integral Radio Show
The Club Integral Radio Show is presented by His Grace the Earl of Killorglin & Andrew Scott-Bolton from 9.30 to 10.30 pm every Wednesday evening on Resonance 104.4 FM, on DAB or at http://www.resonancefm.com. Expect unfettered musical exploration, studio guests, and wide-ranging discussion.
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TICKETS FOR ALL CLUB INTEGRAL CONCERTS ARE AVAILABLE ON THE DOOR ON THE NIGHT
Currently Club Integral concerts are held at Iklectik
Old Paradise Yard,
20 Carlisle Lane, Royal Street corner / Archbishop’s park, London SE1 7LG
Entry £7/£5 All tickets on the door
FOURTH PAGE with WEI-YA LIN
Fourth Page formed in 2010 and are Charlie Beresford – guitar and voice; Carolyn Hume – piano, Peter Marsh – double bass, and Paul May – drums. The first notes they ever played together ended up on their first album. Two more albums released in 2011 and 2012 on the Leo label and Forwind followed, together with a UK tour. Their stretched, atmospheric songs became a regular feature on Radio 3’s Late Junction, drawing comparisons to everyone from Schubert to David Sylvian, Talk Talk and John Martyn. After a break of some four years to work on other projects, the band are back together, this time with a more plugged in format. They are joined by Wei-Ya Lin, a viola player based in Vienna and an academic with special interest in ethnomusicology and electroacoustics.
‘Fourth Page takes improvised music to exciting places it hasn’t really been before‘ (All About Jazz)
“I thought it was perhaps the sort of song cycle Schubert might have written if he’d been around today. The anguish of Winterreise with its chinks of light…” (Fiona Talkington, Late Junction, BBC Radio 3)
James Murray is a composer specialising in minimal electronic and electroacoustic music. His recordings have been issued worldwide since 2004 and often have strong conceptual themes inviting personal reflection. His compositions are unified by a light touch and a signature sonic palette frequently involving treated acoustic sources and processed electronics. Murray is known for his solo and production work, collaborations, remixes and the curation of his Slowcraft Records label, an imprint established in 2011 and dedicated to exceptional, unclassifiable music presented in carefully handcrafted limited editions.
This rare live appearance may be the only opportunity for Londoners to hear a life performance of his most recent work, the critically acclaimed Falling Backwards, released on Tokyo-Warsaw label Home Normal in September of this year.