Apocalypse Jazz Unit return to Hundred Years Gallery for another night of explorative improvisation. If you know them as a ridiculously loud free jazz band then this is a chance to see their other side, as well as ridiculously loud free jazz.
The inimitable Apocalypse Jazz Unit was conceived in 2012 as a solo recording project by saxophonist Rick Jensen and has since transmogrified into a live band with a variety of equally deranged improvisers. Since April 2013 Apocalypse Jazz Unit has been a tornado of activity, releasing 50 digital albums, whilst bringing experimental mayhem, eclecticism and a sense of humour to their countless performances.
Door 7:30 | music from 8pm | entry £5 donation
AJU will include some or all of the following:
Rick Jensen: tenor saxophone, clarinet
Massimo Magee: alto saxophone
Thomas Tronich: alto saxophone
Sebastian Sterkowicz: bass clarinet
Paul Shearsmith: pocket trumpet
Rebecca Gleave: violin
Hywel Jones: trombone
Simon Paton: violin, bass
Simon Gajewski: percussion