RAMMEL CLUBS #88 (Yerba Mansa, Nick Jonah Davis, nacht und nebel) and #89 (Thomas Bonvalet, Will Guthrie, Rattle)

 RAMMEL CLUB #088 (EARLY GIG - starts at 6, finishes at 9)
Yerba Mansahttps://soundcloud.com/yerba-mansa"Edwin Stevens (Irma Vep, Sex Hands, Klaus Kinski etc) and Andrew Cheetham (ABC trio, Birchall/Cheetham duo etc) are two of Manchester's most prolific purveyors of raging, outer-limits rock-ism. Both members of free-rock army Desmadrados Soldados de Ventura as well as countless other projects, they take a similar blueprint for their head-to-head skyscraping duo, only with a singularity of heavy chord chug that aligns them with Gown or even Michael Flower & Chris Corsano. Truly mind blowing." - Nick Mitchell, Golden Lab Records, 2015Nick Jonah Davishttp://www.nickjonahdavis.com/https://nickjonahdavis.bandcamp.com/'Nick Jonah Davis is a solo instrumental guitarist based in rural Derbyshire. He has released four albums – Split Electric with C Joynes on Thread Recordings (2016), House of Dragons on Lancashire and Somerset (2015), Of Time and Tides on the seminal American label Tompkins Square (2011) and Guitar Recordings Vol. 1. He was also featured on the fourth volume of the Tompkins Square ongoing guitar compilation, Imaginational Anthem, and their tribute album to Michael Chapman, Oh Michael, Look What You've Done.
Wire magazine have described his music as 'visionary stuff', while Dusted note that '...he invites the listener into a world bounded by the resonance of his tunings and the vividness of his evolving melodies'. Live, Nick has shared bills with performers including James Blackshaw, Michael Chapman, Cath and Phil Tyler. Richard Dawson and Alasdair Roberts. He also performed a concert at the 10th Annual New York Guitar Festival alongside legendary folklorist Max Ochs. Nick's music has been played by BBC DJs including Stewart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, Tom Robinson and Nick Luscombe. Nick continues to write and record new music, both as a solo artist and in the duo Fains, who opened the 2015 Supersonic festival.'
Wire magazine have described his music as 'visionary stuff', while Dusted note that '...he invites the listener into a world bounded by the resonance of his tunings and the vividness of his evolving melodies'. Live, Nick has shared bills with performers including James Blackshaw, Michael Chapman, Cath and Phil Tyler. Richard Dawson and Alasdair Roberts. He also performed a concert at the 10th Annual New York Guitar Festival alongside legendary folklorist Max Ochs. Nick's music has been played by BBC DJs including Stewart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, Tom Robinson and Nick Luscombe. Nick continues to write and record new music, both as a solo artist and in the duo Fains, who opened the 2015 Supersonic festival.'Wire magazine have described his music as 'visionary stuff', while Dusted note that '...he invites the listener into a world bounded by the resonance of his tunings and the vividness of his evolving melodies'. Live, Nick has shared bills with performers including James Blackshaw, Michael Chapman, Cath and Phil Tyler. Richard Dawson and Alasdair Roberts. He also performed a concert at the 10th Annual New York Guitar Festival alongside legendary folklorist Max Ochs. Nick's music has been played by BBC DJs including Stewart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, Tom Robinson and Nick Luscombe. Nick continues to write and record new music, both as a solo artist and in the duo Fains, who opened the 2015 Supersonic festival.'Wire magazine have described his music as 'visionary stuff', while Dusted note that '...he invites the listener into a world bounded by the resonance of his tunings and the vividness of his evolving melodies'. Live, Nick has shared bills with performers including James Blackshaw, Michael Chapman, Cath and Phil Tyler. Richard Dawson and Alasdair Roberts. He also performed a concert at the 10th Annual New York Guitar Festival alongside legendary folklorist Max Ochs. Nick's music has been played by BBC DJs including Stewart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, Tom Robinson and Nick Luscombe. Nick continues to write and record new music, both as a solo artist and in the duo Fains, who opened the 2015 Supersonic festival.'Wire magazine have described his music as 'visionary stuff', while Dusted note that '...he invites the listener into a world bounded by the resonance of his tunings and the vividness of his evolving melodies'. Live, Nick has shared bills with performers including James Blackshaw, Michael Chapman, Cath and Phil Tyler. Richard Dawson and Alasdair Roberts. He also performed a concert at the 10th Annual New York Guitar Festival alongside legendary folklorist Max Ochs. Nick's music has been played by BBC DJs including Stewart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, Tom Robinson and Nick Luscombe. Nick continues to write and record new music, both as a solo artist and in the duo Fains, who opened the 2015 Supersonic festival.'Poster, etc. when sorted.Sunday 4th March (6pm - 9pm) at Chameleon, Nottingham.NB - EARLY GIG, starting at 6, finishing at 9.£6 doors / £5 advhttps://www.facebook.com/events/259333207933989/--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------RAMMEL CLUB #089xnacht und nebelhttps://nachtundnebel.bandcamp.comRumble, scrape, thud. First gig in about a year.


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RAMMEL CLUB #089THOMAS BONVALETThomas Bonvalet, (born October 1977, France) lives in Alpedrete, Spain. Guitar player of the band Cheval de frise between 1998 and 2004, he made his first solo show under the name of l’ocelle mare in September 2005.This solitary project initially focused on the nylon string guitar, taking short, dynamic and abrupt forms and limiting itself exclusively to the acoustic possibilities of the instrument. A radical posture, it constantly threatened to put itself at an impasse, seeing itself forced into metamorphosis and movement. The instrument thus became less and less identifiable. At the periphery it absorbed the sound of objects (metronome, tuning forks…) deviating from their common usage, integrating the breath and the sounds rising from the instrumental gesture, splitting up to reveal a new fleeting form. Amplification has also progressively taken an essential part in this new instrumentarium/organism. However, there remains this same subterranean voice, the consideration of detail and tension, the seeking of possible points of sudden revelationHe toured Europe, Scandinavia, Israel, USA and China and performed in international festivals such as UH Fest (Budapest-Hungary), Alternativa festival (Prague-Czech Republic), Borealis Festival ( Bergen- Norway), Festival MIMI(Marseilles-France) and Ephemeral Festival (Beijing, China).Beside his solo work, he has recently collaborated with other bands and musicians such as Arlt, Powerdove, Radikal satan and Jean-luc Guionnet.https://thomasbonvalet.wordpress.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLQ04pon7Ac
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPhkXPRzIFMWILL GUTHRIEWill Guthrie is an Australian drummer / percussionist living in France. He works in many different settings of music: live performance, improvisation and studio composition using various combinations of drums, percussion, objects, junk, amplification and electronics..He plays solo and in various projects such as THE AMES ROOM & THE SOMMES ENSEMBLE. His music has been released on labels such as Black Truffle, Editions Mego, Ipecac, Erstwhile, Clean Feed, Gaffer Records, 23five, iDEAL and his own label Antboy Music.While studying jazz and improvised music(s) at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, alongside Ren Walters he started the weekly concert series 'Improvised Tuesdays', now known as the Make It Up Club and is Australia's longest running performance space dedicated to experimental and improvised musics. In Nantes, France he is part of the collective CABLE# which also organizes regular concerts and an annual festival. He also runs the experimental improvised CD label and mail-order service; ANTBOY MUSIC.He plays solo using different combinations of drums, percussion, amplification and electronics, in minimalist/maximalist free jazz trio THE AMES ROOM (with Jean-Luc Guionnet & Clayton Thomas), as well as the improvised/composed ensemble THE SOMMES ENSEMBLE (with Pierre-Antoine Badaroux, Julien Desperez & Maxime Petit).Regular collaborators past and present include Jérôme Noetinger, Oren Ambarchi, Mark Fell, Roscoe Mitchell, Anthony Pateras, Chulki Hong, Keith Rowe, David Maranha, Toma Gouband, Erell Latimier, Ava Mendoza, Adam Sussmann, Matt Earle, Ren Walters, Helmut Schafer, David Ades, Mark Simmonds, the film maker Hangjun Lee and choreographer/dancer Mette Ingvartsen.http://www.will-guthrie.com/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdWEB6cEnCghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nO0bdN1gEoRATTLERattle began as an experiment in crafting rich songs and melody using drums and voice alone. Their music weaves and intertwines post-punk, minimalism and experimental rock, through off-kilter rhythms, patterns and counter melodies. Their live performances are at once hypnotic, monastic and danceable, having entranced audiences at Supersonic Festival, Dot to Dot, throughout the UK during a recent tour with Witching Waves and in Europe with Zea (Arnold de Boer from The Ex).https://rattleon.bandcamp.comhttp://www.thisisrattle.com/poster, etc. when they're sortedMonday 12th March at Chameleon, Nottingham. 8pm.£7 doors / £5 adv.http://www.wegottickets.com/event/426166https://www.facebook.com/events/243978926139494/x

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