Mesmerizing debut from cult Australian trio of improvisors who occupy a haunting space between post-rock, post-jazz and minimalism.
26 June 2010 / 19:45
subject to availability
Not entirely ambient, nor minimalist, nor jazz, The Necks create a music that is unique in the world today.
Since their beginnings 23 years ago, they have continued to craft an immersive, hypnotic, ritual-like concert experience that allows the listener to perceive the very fundamentals of music in a completely new light. Their completely improvised concerts on acoustic piano, bass and drums have the room ringing with sound and the audience utterly mesmerized.
A performance by The Necks is a transcendent, unrepeatable trip.
‘The Necks can find eternity in a grain of sand.’ The Guardian
The Necks – Kilt Maker (Australian Jazz)
Produced by the Barbican
Music | Dance | Summer | East London
19 Jun – 31 Jul 2010
Barbican Contemporary Music
London’s home to the boldest new jazz, world, folk, contemporary classical, rock, pop & electronic music from across the globe.
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