The Winter at Pyramid Club, 2015

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Thanks to Brent for the photos and to everyone who came along to the Pyramid Club on Thursday!

The Winter’s new album ‘Exit Points’ is now available!


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First formed 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, Celtic, flamenco and Balkan influences, to electroacoustic soundscapes, abstract dissonance and pots & pans percussion.


 At the recent gig The Winter were preceded by the wonderful Fredd Marshall, with his cosmically delicious looping of throat singing and other vocal utterances…


…and by Confluence, a free improv quartet featuring musical polymath Chris Prosser (violin), Wellington’s doyenne of Braziliana Julie Bevan (nylon-string guitar), cool jazzer Michael Hall (saxophones and clarinet) and hard-core improviser Simon O’Rorke (synthesizer).
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fiffdimension also collaborated with Confluence in 2014 on In the Non-Idiomatic Idiom in Norway

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