Archive: Charles Hayward + John Cavanagh (Phosphene) – Friday 18th November – Francis Close Hall Chapel

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Very excited to have the wonderful Charles Hayward and John Cavanagh here in Cheltenham on the same night.

Charles Hayward

Charles Hayward (begin anywhere): known primarily as a drummer, songwriter and improviser, a new project centred around songs performed at the piano, a sequence of betrayal, paranoia, subterfuge, opening out into resistance, hope and humanity, interweaved with sound events, drums, spoken word, performance. Stark, minimal arrangements; an unexpected departure.

Photo of Charles by Lewis Hayward

More info here.

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Phosphene

Phosphene is the name Glasgow-based artist John Cavanagh has worked under for his solo music-making since 2000. In that time, there have been three full-length Phosphene albums, featuring collaborations with Lol Coxhill, Bridget St. John, Raymond McDonald, John McKeown (1990s/Yummy Fur), Isobel Campbell, Bill Wells and others.

John is also a a member of the duo Electroscope, along with Gayle Brogan (Pefkin) and the more recently formed Sonically Depicting, with Ceylan Hay & friends.

Cavanagh is also known as a radio presenter & contributor, voice-over artist, author of a book on the Pink Floyd album ‘The Piper at the Gates of Dawn’, producer of records/occasional record label operator and organiser of music nights at Glasgow’s Sharmanka Kinetic Gallery.

Doors at 8pm.

Ticket price £7 and £3 students. Email swilding@glos.ac.uk to reserve tickets.

Francis Close Hall, University of Gloucestershire. Swindon Rd Cheltenham GL50 4AZ

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