Bookings from the toppermost of top drawers here: Part Wild Horses Mane On Both Sides are a flute and drums duo from Lyon and Manchester and they will weave your brain into a fuzzy, free dimension. Yajé return after a sweet Ganglians support last month, bringing unclassifiable guitar tinkerings to your face. And intriguing support slot of the month goes to Circles Of Don Boxeo, the solo meanderings of Alex from literally everyone on the planet’s hot new things Islet. This gig will be the opposite of yer usual four chord indie filler and will open up all your pores and mental hideyholes. Or something. Mine’s a Staropramen.

The Rusty Trombone of God Presents…

PART WILD HORSES MANE ON BOTH SIDES:
Hypnotic drums and flute duo floating between free jazz spirit, a
Popol Vuh/Herzog soundtrack and European improv.
http://www.myspace.com/partwildhorsesmaneonbothsides

YAJÉ:
Combining influences too many to choose, refusing to follow a genre,
completely free and fun music.

CIRCLES OF DON BOXEO:
Achingly beautiful and delicate compositions from Islet’s polyglot
Alex Williams. Like finding a dusty box of photographs at the back of
your wardrobe.

Doors 8:30pm / £3
http://www.wegottickets.com/event/82146

http://rustytrombone.spiralblast.co.uk/

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