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Friday, 14 April 2017
Interview with 'A Jazz Noise':
Interview with 'Opduvel' (in Dutch):
DunningWebsterUnderwood 'Viol Of Acetate' reviewed in The Quietus:
Birchall / Cheetham / Webster / Willberg 'Plastic Knuckle' reviewed in The Quietus:
Birchall / Cheetham / Webster / Willberg 'Plastic Knuckle' and Cheetham / Webster / Willberg 'The Small Departs, The Great Approaches' reviewed in Dalston Sound:
Birchall / Smal / Webster 'Drop Out' reviewed in His Voice (in Czech):
Monday, 10 April 2017
New cassette release on the Astral Spirits label from Austin, Texas. 'Drop Out' is a studio session with David Birchall (guitar) and Rogier Smal (drums) recorded on the last day of our UK tour last year.
"The nervy skronk of the first side has Webster spitting out staccato phrases, while Birchall switches between high-end slide squall reminiscent of Borbetomagus's Donald Miller, and lunging stoner riffage. Smal ramps it all up by hammering at his snare like a speed-addled carpenter, before dialling things back for a twitchy and atmospheric passage that ultimately takes off like peppercorns on a hot skillet." - Stewart Smith, The Quietus (full review)
Line-up: David Birchall - guitar, Rogier Smal - drums, Colin Webster - alto saxophone
Thursday, 2 March 2017
Raw Tonk Records celebrates five years of existence this month with a series of events, including a short tour of Belgium and The Netherlands, mini festivals in London and Manchester, as well as gigs in Birmingham and Oslo.
On 21st March Raw Tonk takes over the long-running Fizzle night at The Lamp Tavern in Birmingham with sets from Webster/Holub duo and Ma/ti/om.
On 2nd April Raw Tonk artists will be performing at Cappelens Forslag in Oslo.
Finally, I was interviewed by Paul Margree for a label feature on his We Need No Swords podcast:
Sunday, 19 February 2017
I was recently interviewed by Danny Riley for a feature on Bandcamp Daily called 'New Directions in Sax'. Read the full article here: https://daily.bandcamp.com/2016/12/09/saxophone-feature/
(photo credit Peter Fay)
Saturday, 28 January 2017
New split cassette release on the London based Lumen Lake label, 'Viol of Acetate' is a live album by DunningWebsterUnderwood recorded at Cafe Oto last year. The tape is split with Rutger Hauser who also performed on the same evening. The cassette release is a limited edition of 80 with multi-layered translucent artwork by John Harries.
Line-up: Graham Dunning - turntable and dubplates, Colin Webster - baritone saxophone, Sam Underwood - tuba.