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Thursday Scratch Nights

Woven Skull and C Joynes

27.7.2017

Woven Skull and C Joynes

Thursday 27 July / doors 8pm / £6 in advance, £7 on the door

 

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Woven Skull 
Woven Skull is the vessel with which the sound of larks, lakes and the high breeze off tree tops travels from its source to the comfortable confines of rigid amplification, battered drumskins and rusty chimes into repetitive dark melodies.


Since 2008 the core trio that make up Woven Skull have been gathering together in the Northwest of Ireland in a place called Leitrim which is known for its tales of ghosts, ‘tree folk’, under water creatures and the constant battle calls of the ancient Tuatha De Danann that can be heard on Letirim's Iron Mountain. These are the surroundings and forces that influence the sound that Woven Skull create: a contrast of minimal drones, repetition and psychedelic distorted riffs all layered in constant unconscious rhythms.

 

 

C Joynes 
His epigrammatic re-castings and re-readings of widely-travelled folk melodies and rhythms from a variety of traditions suggest shared memories that might be intensely universal while seeming strangely out of reach.” (Kevin Macneil Brown, Dusted Magazine) 


Over the last decade, C Joynes has ploughed a singular furrow through solo guitar, with a body of work incorporating English folk-tunes alongside North & West African music, and lifting proto-minimalist and improvised techniques from the European classical tradition. 


Joynes has released 7 albums to date, including The Wild Wild Berry, a collaboration with singer Stephanie Hladowski (fROOTS Editors Choice Album Of The Year 2012, MOJO Top 5 Folk Albums 2012). He has played extensively across the UK and Europe, sharing bills with performers including: Shirley Collins, Martin Carthy, Comus, A Hawk And A Hacksaw, Alasdair Roberts, Richard Dawson, Alvarius B, Jack Rose, Glenn Jones, Josephine Foster, Sir Richard Bishop, Six Organs Of Admittance and Steffan Basho-Junghans. 

 

 

More acts TBC. 

 

 

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