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2017 April

18

Apr
2017

In Get The Blessing
Live
Watershed

By johnminton

3CW – At the Pictures

On 18, Apr 2017 | In Get The Blessing, Live, Watershed | By johnminton

Bristol’s favourite multi-instrumental trio Three Cane Whale has always been evocative of particular atmospheres and landscapes, both real and imagined. In the second half of the gig, the band unveil a series of world premieres in the form of films created by ten different filmmakers to accompany their live performance. These include works by feature-film director Brett Harvey, BAFTA-winning animator Emma Lazenby, installation artists Kathy Hinde and Reuben Knutson, TV director Mark Taylor, cinematographer Adam J Laity, acclaimed visual artist John Minton (who’s worked with Portishead and Get The Blessing, amongst many others), cutting-edge Finnish-based dance-filmmaker John Collingswood, award-winning scriptwriter and filmmaker Ollie Cullen, and ‘architectural’ animator Peter Northcott.

The gig also sees the launch of the band’s long-awaited first VINYL release (of the album Palimpsest, recorded at Real World Studios and produced by Adrian Utley), some brand-new as-yet-unrecorded tunes, and the continuation of their collaboration with the ‘Kelston Laureate’, aka poet Jon Hamp.

17

Apr
2017

In Adrian Utley
Live

By johnminton

Adrian Utley & John Parish support Trinity Community Arts

On 17, Apr 2017 | In Adrian Utley, Live | By johnminton

Trinity Centre – The Trinity Anthem

The Trinity Anthem was written and produced by Adrian Utley and John Parish to raise money towards the essential repairs needed to the iconic Trinity Centre, Bristol. The Anthem was performed and recorded live at the Trinity Centre on Tuesday 4th April 2017 by Adian Utley, John Parish, Stig Manley, Hazel Winter, Alex Vann, Alex Lee, Alex Hogg , Ben Shillabeer, Deej Dhariwal, Charlie Romijn, Jim Barr and Tim Allen – our sincere thanks go to all of the musicians who contributed to the recording and performance

Donations from the Trinity Anthem will support the £750,000 cost of essential repairs to the iconic Trinity towers and the building, including the long-neglected but beautiful stained glass windows. You can support Trinity’s Conservation project by text ROOF31 £5/£10/£20/£50 to 70070, or visit www.3ca.org.uk/about/support-us