Simon Sweetman

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Simon Sweetman is the drummer/percussionist for The Winter

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He writes about music at www.offthetracks.co.nz

and podcasts at https://soundcloud.com/off-the-tracks

11 thoughts on “Simon Sweetman

    […] on winter solstice day 2003 in Wellington, The Winter is an improvised music trio of Mike Kingston, Simon Sweetman and Dave Edwards… with a sound that swerves from acoustic folk/blues with hints of Asian, […]

    The Winter 2015 | fiffdimension said:
    25/07/2015 at 7:26 am

    […] on winter solstice day 2003 in Wellington, The Winter is an improvised music trio of Mike Kingston, Simon Sweetman and Dave Edwards… with a sound that swerves from acoustic folk/blues with hints of Asian, […]

    The Winter: Exit Points | fiffdimension said:
    30/08/2015 at 1:58 am

    […] clarinet, electronics Dave Edwards: guitar, bass, banjo, harmonica, ukulele, sanshin, electronics Simon Sweetman: drums and percussion, […]

    After Maths & Sciences « fiffdimension said:
    18/05/2017 at 3:23 pm

    […] “There are New Zealand artists working in this medium (Montano, Seht, Audible 3) combining concrete poetry, field recordings, found-sounds and electro-acoustic manipulations to sit as aural wallpaper, but Dave Black’s debut release (and a re-birth, if you like, for David Edwards) is an actual document – as much a post-modern piece of Performance Journalism as it is a static batch of “songs” or tracks, After Maths & Sciences is a pleasing challenge of an album.  It lives up to the cliché of presenting something new with each listen,”- Simon Sweetman […]

    The Winter: Flying Visit « fiffdimension said:
    19/05/2017 at 11:04 am

    […] Simon Sweetman: xylophone, percussion […]

    The Winter: 2011 « fiffdimension said:
    19/05/2017 at 11:08 am

    […] Acoustic improvisations on guitar, ukulele, banjo, clarinet, piano, harmonica and percussion by Simon, Dave and Mike. The Winter 2011 The Winter 2011 The Winter 2011 […]

    The Winter: Parataxes « fiffdimension said:
    19/05/2017 at 11:17 am

    […] Simon Sweetman – drums and percussion […]

    Gleefully Unknown: 1997-2005 « fiffdimension said:
    08/02/2018 at 10:27 am

    […] Kingston (cello, acoustic guitar), Paul Winstanley (fretless bass, turntables), Simon Sweetman (percussion), Nigel Patterson (hammond organ), Cylvi M (percussion), Simon O’Rorke […]

    Huia Vortex « fiffdimension said:
    26/12/2019 at 3:18 am

    […] in tribute to the extinct New Zealand bird the huia by Dave Edwards, Mike Kingston, and Simon Sweetman. The 19-minute final track remains an underrated fiffdimension epic. [send us your […]

    […] section, recorded on all-analogue equipment, by Dave Edwards, with Sam Prebble, Mike Kingston, and Simon Sweetman […]

    Mantis Shaped and Worrying « fiffdimension said:
    08/04/2020 at 9:50 pm

    […] section, recorded on all-analogue equipment, by Dave Edwards, with Sam Prebble, Mike Kingston, and Simon Sweetman […]

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