Perpetual Motion Jazz

Perpetual Motion

  • Date

    Thursday 14 September 2017

  • venue

    The Blue Lamp

  • time

    Starts 8pm

  • age

    Adults, Teens

  • price

    £12 in bf. Concessions £10 for A2L, over 60s, unemployed, disabled and companion, Friends of APA, u16, Young Scot. (NOTE 14+ years) Students with student card £5

  • genre

    Jazz

Perpetual Motion Machine is a six-piece group, recently selected as ambassadors
for Jazz North’s prestigious Northern Line scheme. Its members might be familiar to
audiences in the region, but the PMM project represents a bold departure for all
involved and the prospect of a live experience like no other.
With an unusual line-up of twin tenor saxophones, twin guitars, bass, and drums, the
Machine creates a cinemascope sound that surrounds the listener. The power of
PMM comes not from sheer volume, but from the breadth (stylistic and spatial) of its
sources. Rock, free-improvisation, spoken word, and bebop coexist in this exciting
new music, crafted by artists who embrace these traditions in all their variety and
depth.


Riley Stone-Lonergan, Ben Lowman – tenor saxophones, bass clarinet
Sam Dunn, Jamie Taylor – guitars
Garry Jackson – electric and acoustic basses
Steve Hanley - drums


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