Third outing for the trio of Turner, Lash, and Moore. Curious directions, sustained engagements, surprising twists.
NO Moore : electric guitar / Dominic Lash : double bass / Roger Turner : drums
Roger Turner : drums
Over decades Roger Turner has brought the renowned volcanic power and finely honed precision of his drum work to ensembles that have often forged real connections with musicians both sides of the Atlantic. In addition he has worked extensively in the microscopic laboratory of the acoustic duo situation where he acquired a highly developed sense of detail and of dynamic control. One of that select group of world-class players who have collectively redefined the language of contemporary percussion. In Turner’s hands minute inflections of tension can shape the group’s musical direction and galvanise a new level of audience experience.
Dominic Lash : double bass
Dominic Lash is an improviser and composer. A partial list of musicians he has worked with includes Antoine Beuger, Tony Conrad, Jürg Frey, Elizabeth Harnik, James Ilgenfritz, Charlotte Keeffe, Paul Lytton, Joe Morris, Evan Parker, Éliane Radigue, Mark Sanders, Roger Turner, Fay Victor, and Philipp Wachsmann. Best known as a double bass player, he has recently emerged as a guitarist.
NO Moore – Guitar
Moore is a guitarist interested in electronic sound and timbral manipulation. He has played live with musicians including Eddie Prévost, John Butcher, Rachel Musson, Steve Noble, John Edwards, Alan Wilkinson, Dominic Lash, Roger Turner, Sue Lynch, Crystabel Riley, Rohan de Saram, Phil Durrant, and Steve Beresford.
Recent releases include Do Disturb (Matchless Recordings w/ Prévost, Wilkinson, Edwards, and Catchpole); Chord (Shrike w/ James O’Sullivan, Ross Lambert, and Prévost); Repetition Disguises (Scatterarchive w/ O’Sullivan); Under the Sun (Matchless Recordings w/ Musson, Brice, and Prévost); and Ciphers (Superpang w/ Daniel Kordik).