AMAZING OFFERS: 1) 15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. 2) £1 for young people (U18) and their ‘guardians’!
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Bringing their new joint project Sarsen Drift to SoundCellar, we are really excited to have the return of Rebecca Nash on keyboards, alongside a debut appearance by Nick Walters on trumpet and electronics.
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Livestream Ticket link below
We were fortunate to feature Rebecca and Nick in one of our most memorable livestreams from a Birmingham studio during lockdown, so we are particularly delighted to now present them ‘in-person’!
The pair have worked closely together for a number of years, regularly appearing on each other’s albums and in different live configurations. They always had a plan to combine musical forces, having individually notched up several acclaimed releases on major labels including Whirlwind Recordings, 22a Records, EFPI Records and D.O.T. over the last twelve years.
This new venture, firmly rooted in their mutual appreciation of electronica and jazz, began when they were asked by Jazz South in 2020 to produce a Radar Commission. Echoes of influences such as bands like Royksopp, Aphex Twin, and Lemon Jelly can be heard in the mix of their sound, along with live improvisation.
The duo chose to explore the concept of ley-lines and their effect on the natural world, incorporating musical samples taken from Avebury Stone Henge and its surrounding areas. Rebecca and Nick have since steadily continued to compose in the same trajectory, writing material to incorporate live electronics and samples on stage, alongside acoustic instruments. Their debut album The Sanctuary will be released on D.O.T. Records in 2024.
Rebecca and Nick will be joined for this Sarsen Drift performance by Nim Sadot on bass guitar and Andrew Lisle on drums.
‘There’s a beauty to this recording that goes beyond any pigeon-holes of musical styles’
‘A vibrant and invigorating landscape of sound’
UK VIBE ★★★★★ 5/5
‘At the vanguard of innovative and compelling new music’
‘Amazing new album, so good – another chapter to add to the phenomenal new British Jazz scene’
Rebecca Nash: Keyboards
Nick Walters: Trumpet, Electronics
Nim Sadot: Bass
Andrew Lisle: Drums
The livestream will be broadcast on YouTube, via a page available when you purchase a ticket through the link below.
All advance ticket buyers will receive an exclusive link to a video of the evening’s performance, available for one month.Share this event
15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. Our regular host The Grasshopper, is kindly offering a 15% discount on food from their restaurant prior to every SoundCellar gig! Just show your ticket for that evening’s performance (the ticket QR code on your phone, or a printout). A table must be booked here or tel: 01202 741463 and food orders placed at least 60 minutes prior to the start time of the gig (eg by 7pm for a 8pm start).
£1 for young people (U18) and their ‘guardians’! Thanks to BCP Council’s Music Education Hub, Soundstorm, we are offering entry to all SoundCellar gigs for £1, when accompanied by an adult (entry also £1 for them!) Advance booking only, simply select the U18 option when booking your tickets. The offer is subject to seat availability, so for some of our gigs, it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment. This offer will continue for the foreseeable future, so now is the time to become a regular SoundCellar visitor!