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The next Orchestra Pit Live Musical Concert will occur next Friday, 26th September, at the Arts Theatre Club in Soho’s Frith Street. This is to be a special event to celebrate the fourth release by the Orchestra Pit Recording Company - a 7” vinyl single by Terry Edwards and the Scapegoats featuring their unique takes on two nursery rhymes, “Three Blind Mice” and “Hark! Hark! The Dogs Do Bark”.
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We would just like to take a brief moment of your time to inform you of the latest in the long line of Scaledown Live Performance Events. It is due to occur tomorrow (Friday 25th) in the upstairs room of the King & Queen pub in London's loquacious West End. Performing for your aural edification will be:
Oli Mayne, Thanos Chrysakis, and Jerry Wigens - Electro Acoustic free improvisation trio featuring laptop, Roland sh101 analogue synth, effects and clarinet.
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This Saturday (12th July) The Orchestra Pit presents The Recedents ably supported by Mike Adcock/Sylvia Hallett and The Glistening Cogs Of Greenland.
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Once more we bring you news of the latest Scaledown Live Performance Event which is to occur this Friday (27th June) at the King & Queen in London's beating heart (also known as Fitzrovia).
Performing for your edification will be the following:
Joe Williamson and The Distractions - Renowned improviser Mr Williamson returns with other free improv veterans (Paul May on Drums, Alex Ward on bass) to perform the norm-that is, bright left field pop
Yes, this coming Friday marks the dawning of the 42nd Scaledown Live Performance Event. As usual this takes place in the King & Queen in London's Fitzrovia, W1, and commences from 7.00pm with the following performers:
Nitwood - Experimental and alternative outfit comprising ex Higsons/Serious Drinking drummer Simon Charterton. Enjoy their inimitable sound.
The Animal Objective - Tim Naish, of the bands Gentlemen of Largesse and dogs&stuff, performs solo versions of some of his many weird and wonderful songs under the moniker of The Animal Objective. Be prepared for the unprepared.
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This month marks the fifth anniversary of the very first Orchestra Pit Live Musical Concert and, to celebrate this milestone, we have a special concert for you this coming Friday, 9th May.
Original 70s punk/lounge/cult band Vic Godard & the Subway sect will be headlining whilst support will be provided by the verbose glissandi of Trombone Poetry, the minimalist guitar improv of Gary Smith and the kitsch power punk pop of the Bottle Brunettes.