ORGAN THING: Anonymous Bash? Today is the day, what’s Charles Hayward doing today?

“Today is the day, official release, ANONYMOUS BASH”, so said the ever rewarding Charles Hayward yesterday, what’s he on about? Find out lots lots more here.  The rule is, if it has Charles Hayward’s name on it then it is going to be interesting…

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Who is he?
an_bashLegendary drummer and composer Charles Hayward is widely know as the founding member of This Heat, whose importance has had a lasting legacy on all things experimental on the independent scene. Since their split in 1982, drummer Charles Hayward has continually been at the forefront of experimental music, with stints in Crass, Bill Laswell’s Massacre, his own Camberwell Now collective and a slew of art installation projects. The last few years have seen Hayward focusing on his solo work, which, upon listening, makes it abundantly clear that the innovation inherent in his formative years is still alive and well. A true pioneer in contemporary music, he combines a whirling dervish of mesmeric electronics, inventive percussion and otherworldly vocal collages in a sound that is still peerless and unclassifiable.  2010 saw the birth of Hayward’s slowly evolving music project Monkey Puzzle Trio. A collaboration with Pinski Zoo bassist Nick Doyne-Ditmas and the words, voice and texture of avant-garde vocalist Viv Corringham, together creating a distinctive sound world which is exhilarating and immersive and reflects the sensitivity and experience of all three musicians. 
From Samarbeta.co.uk

So anyway, no, no so anyway, this is how this Organ is supposed to be now, just a quick thing, a thing of the day shared, leave it with you and on with the day….

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