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Black Shuck by Tom Challenger & Kit Downes
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Buy Now £5 GBP or more Send as Gift Limited Edition Cassette + A3 Poster Cassette package image package image Limited-edition C25 cassette with fold-out double-sided A3 poster with artwork by Alex Bonney.
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Includes unlimited streaming of Black Shuck via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days Buy Now £7 GBP or more Send as Gift Full Digital Discography
29 releases Get all 29 Slip releases available on Bandcamp and save 25%. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Cows In Large Pastures, Dawning On, Remain Calm, Black Shuck, WHATSAPPITE, Id Vendor, Vyamanikal, SOG, and 21 more. Buy Now £102 GBP or more (25% OFF) Send as Gift 1. one 10:38 2. two 10:05 about 'Black Shuck' is a dusty, claustrophobic extension of the extraordinary organ and saxophone improvisations Kit Downes and Tom Challenger last collected on 'Vyamanikal' [SLP024].
Dubbed in a limited cassette run, 'Black Shuck'’s two expansive cuts span the full range of Downes and Challenger’s language - the tape’s A-side embedding piano and sax. within a tangled, volatile septet, its B-side a stark, pared-down duo.
'Black Shuck' - recorded respectively in Snape Maltings and Huddersfield - is testament to the pair’s restless reinvention of Vyamanikal’s Suffolk-centric material. Recent and forthcoming performances include Aldeburgh Festival, Manchester Jazz Festival, Cologne Philharmonie, and Kings Place.
'Black Shuck' [SLP032] is available on C25 tape, with download, from 15th November. It comes packaged with a fold-out double-sided A3 poster with artwork by Alex Bonney. credits