INCLUSION PRINCIPLE plus THE STATIC MEMORIES

Inclusion Principle is Martin Archer (electronics, saxes), Hervé Perez (electronics, saxes), and Peter Fairclough (percussion). Pitched between minimalist electronics and nu jazz beats, the group's third CD is currently in preparation. A truly original sounding group with very much its own path mapped out.

Making the trek from Brighton we have The Static Memories:

Dan Powell: guitar, small percussion and electronics

Gus Garside: double bass and electronics

Tribal loyalties were to be rent asunder because my favourite act were The Static Memories, who I could easily believe had been playing together since they were embryos. Their set was forever stuttering, building up and breaking apart again, but in a way that somehow sounded part of the plan. (Even though, clearly, there was no plan!) Even in it’s quietest, most fractured-sounding moments it held the room, pulling at our attention like a super-magnet in a room of steel screws. It seemed the very opposite of virtuoso show-off music, where all egos were subsumed and creativity made a force for the common good.” - Gavin Burrows, Lucid Frenzy

Dan Powell & Gus Garside have been working together on improv project The Static Memories since 2007. Dan Powell (laptop/guitar/sampler/effects) began making sound for installation works in London in the mid 90’s and was involved in live arts group OMSK. Since moving to Brighton in 2000 he has concentrated on experimental and improvised music. He is a member of Brighton based collective The Spirit of Gravity and has performed across the UK. Dan is also a member of free improv duo Nil with Chris Parfitt. Gus Garside (double bass/electronics) has worked in a variety of musical settings – jazz, contemporary music, pop, cabaret, dance, theatre and, most importantly, improvised music where he has performed with many leading players. Gus formed arc in 1988 and their third album “the pursuit of happiness” was released on Emanem Records in 2009. He formed In Sand in 2004 and their first album “Whatever” came out mid 2008. Gus is part of the Brighton Safehouse collective. He has collaborated with a wide range of improvising and contemporary music players and dancers and frequently works with laptop musicians and also performs solo. "where he differs from the average jazz bassist is in the range of sonorities he conjures from his instrument" Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD

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