Information can be found here.
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“Sometime in the future in a state controlled society, conformity and homogeneity are the rule; a time when people have designations instead of names. A man, THX 1138, and a woman, LUH 3417, rebel against their rigidly controlled society…”
Matt Clark, Brighton based experimental guitarist and composer, performs an improvised live score to the film, interweaving with and adding to Lalo Schiffrin’s sparse original soundtrack.
Support from Cinerama [Stripped Back 3-Piece Format]:
In 1997… [David] Gedge (The Wedding Present) started work on a new project called Cinerama in which he indulged his love of film music from John Barry to Ennio Morricone via Serge Gainsbourg, Blaxploitation, easy listening and surf music!
THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE IN OUR MAIN SPACE – KOMEDIA DOWNSTAIRS
UNRESERVED CABARET SEATING
AGES 14+ (UNDER 16s MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT)
In tandem with the live jazz band project (see previous post), I’ll be performing a live score to the film THX 1138 at Brighton’s Komedia in August, under the monika Phonoscene. Stay tuned for updates…
Matt Clark; Three is a new, rhythm based jazz project I’m starting. The music takes influence from the burgeoning new jazz scene on both sides of the Atlantic, but also throws a nod to influences as diverse as Krautrock, funk and hip-hop.
It’s a convergence ideas inspired by all the new music I’ve heard over the last couple of years, and aims to be more than just a gigging band. Think events, happenings, art installations, film scores…
It’s early days, but stay tuned for more…
I’m really excited to be working with singer-songwriter Annika Brown on the arrangements and performance of her upcoming album “The Devil’s Storybook”
“[Matt’s] guitar and Annika’s voice… you’ve got some pretty tasty potential there!”
For more info on Annika, and to preview the album, please visit her website: https://annikabrown.net/about
A day out in the country filming a live video for “Time Keeps Rolling” and other songs, ahead of our upcoming gigs at Cecil Sharp House in Camden and Petworth.
Excellent review of Elephant’s Graveyard from Fringe Review – I’m really proud to have been part of this, and the play will now be a full production run next year!
“Billed as a rehearsed reading director David Eaton has managed more in the flexible NVT Studio space. With Kasha Goodenough on production and managing, Vanessa Barrett and Mark Green on seedy costume designs – this is a full costume performance. The overall scarlet/black detail of costumery is carried to Adam Kinkaid’s scarlet/black scene painting. Keith Dawson’s light design is unfussy. Leanne McKenzie’s light and sound operation comes to the fore in balancing the live musicians: Adam Hewitt music director, Becca Huggett singer, guitarist Matthew Clark and Neil Rocks on drums. Marie Ellis deserves notice for voice coaching.”
Read the full review here.
I’m very pleased to announce that I will be playing a few dates with this awesome band, starting with the album launch on 20th June at Cecil Sharp House in Camden.
If you can make it up to London for the night, please come and see us, it promises to be a great night!
More info, please visit http://seriouschild.com
The official Facebook event for Elephant’s Graveyard has now been created – follow the link below for more information, and please come along and see us! It’s a fantastic company, and promises to be an awesome performance!
I will be performing two songs along with singer Becca Lorraine Huggett, and creating a few sound effects too.
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Tickets are available here.
And info about the theatre can be found here.
I’m very proud to announce that I will be playing guitar in the New Venture Theatre production of Elephant’s Graveyard on June 1st & 2nd. It’s part of the 70th anniversary celebrations of the theatre.
For more info and tickets, click here.
(Image courtesy of New Venture Theatre, Brighton)
For those of you that didn’t make the gig at The Con Club, the full set is now up on the Caaw SoundCloud page: