Tolerance Manoeuvre & Glasseye Daisy Killer. Saturday 28th February at 7:30

TM@HYGTolerance Manoeuvre make a welcome return to Hundred Years Gallery. 

Together, Joseph Stokes (guitar/voice), Sarah Woolfenden (trumpet/voice) and Steve Arnold (cello/voice) create spacious and cinematic soundscapes of textured and atmospheric music. The trio seek out acoustically interesting spaces to perform or record in, such as art spaces, churches or cellars,  including The Crypt of St. Giles in Camberwell, Hundred Years Gallery, and Six Dogs Arts Space in Athens. For this concert they are joined by Miles Levin on percussion.

‘Unlike anything you’ve ever heard before, it’s music of sophistication…Genre defying beauty, soul destroying depth’ – Mark Burgess, Flashback Records

Tolerance Manoeuvre released the double-A-side single (4am / Through me again) in April 2014 and their debut album ‘In Memory’ is due to be released on vinyl and CD in May 2015 on Flashback Records.

Glasseye Daisy Killer are a duo from Norwich and London. They have performed various site-specific performances, including by canals, in parks, and in shopping centres.

They are Chris Dowding (trumpet & electronics) and Mirei Yazawa (dancing). Chris is the trumpeter with Natural Causes and Rude 2.0 (with trombonist Annie Whitehead), and Mirei is an experienced improvising dancer and has worked recently with Charles Hayward and Eddie Prevost.

From 7:30pm. Entry £5 / donations

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