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Performer: Colin Webster
Title: Most Of What Follows Is True
Released: 2017
Style: Free Improvisation
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: XM APE WAV TTA VOX VQF MPC

Tracklist

A1 Through The Hub 3:24
A2 How Much Of The World Is True? 5:34
A3 Pitch 2:55
A4 There Is No Why 4:45
B1 Pyramid Inverted 8:24
B2 Templet 9:36

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Drop Out Studios, London

Credits

  • Baritone Saxophone [Uncredited] – Colin Webster
  • Turntables [Uncredited], Performer [Dubplates, Uncredited], Effects [Spring Reverbs, Uncredited], Mixed By [Uncredited], Mastered By [Uncredited] – Graham Dunning

Notes

Hand-numbered limited edition of 100 copies.
Recorded on 13th November 2015 at Drop Out Studios, London

Templet by Colin Webster, released 06 October 2017. Got it. + add. album. Includes unlimited streaming of Most Of What Follows Is True via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. from Most Of What Follows Is True, released October 6, 2017.

Experimental artist living and working in London, Graham Dunning uses tape, dubplates, field-recordings and home-made electronics to make sound in a variety of genres.

Colin Webster & Graham Dunning Most Of What Follows Is True C40 "Colin webster plays; baritone saxophone, Graham Dunning plays; turntable, dubplates, objects and spring reverb . free form blasts of sound. An incredibly engaging listen. John Macedo is a modular synth head. Utilising a who knows what of synth/radio/home built electronics he creates a deep piece that is rich in detail. Brandon Terzakis soothes subtle tones which grow in stature as the side progresses. Delicate and subtle developments are eventually overwhelmed.

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Interview with Colin Webster Saxophonist Colin Webster is willing to shed blood for his sonic explorations. Freedom obviously plays an important part in improvisation. But to some, it just means a little bit more: Colin Webster's gigs and recordings never rely on routine, never succumb to the charm of formulas, never allow for easy categorisation. Colin Webster has been played on NTS shows including Fractal Meat On A Spongy Bone, with We're Done Here first played on 22 March 2013. Interview with Colin Webster. Saxophonist Colin Webster is willing to shed blood for his sonic explorations. Through The Hub. Colin Webster, Graham Dunning,Sound Holes,2017.

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Tracklist: 1. Cilia (3:16) 2. Bodo Saltans x2000 (6:26) 3. Top View Of Gamont Dividing (6:24) 4. Gullet (4:25) 5. Spore Of Oodonium (6:21) 6. Trichocyst (5:14) 7. Basal Granule (6:10).

Most of those are intended as handy signposts to point you in the direction of a group you might not have encountered before (hey, if you’re already up on your Pembrokeshire postpunk, more power to ya), as while Mwstard are not what you’d call a ‘scene’ band, they embody what I see as the spirit of this fledgling column. Free-honking London saxophonist Colin Webster is – I will knock this rhetoric on the head in due course – absolutely the essence of what this column is all about. He tips up in a zillion different British avant-ensembles, as well as moonlighting in Quietus-bankrolled noiserockers Sex Swing and Dutch jazz brutes Dead Neanderthals. One of his latest appearances is on one side of a tape titled Viol Of Acetate (The Lumen Lake) as part of a trio with Sam Underwood and Graham Dunning, on tuba and turntables respectively.

when the music takes a dark detour on "Take & Take" or slips into the blues on "Back to You," there's an honest joy and enthusiasm that infuses the music at every turn. Baranek sings with an unaffected passion and.