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CLUB INTEGRAL
We are an autonomous music collective promoting live music and performance events around London, and releasing recordings in various formats through our label Divine Records.  London events are at IKLECTIK – with occasional special events at other venues. Club Integral Midlands Branch is our baby in the Midlands – with events taking place at The Edge in Birmingham. The Club Integral Radio Show is presented by His Grace the Earl of Killorglin & Andrew Scott Bolton from 9.30 to 10.30 pm every Wednesday evening on Resonance 104.4 FM or at http://www.resonancefm.com. Expect the usual mix of studio guests, archive recordings and a featured guest on the regular Devils Island Disc spot. You can clink on the link below to hear past Club Integral Radio Shows: https://www.mixcloud.com/Resonance/ then Search for “clubintegral” Subscribe to the new Resonance FM newsletter here: http://newsletters.resonancefm.com/h/r/607E5058D D8AC51E
“This adventurous music series continues…” Wire magazine, 2012 “The chaps behind the night (…) are Club Integral, a collective with proper pedigree ranging from Resonance FM to Wire magazine. Pushing experimental music from the more interesting but less celebrated side of the scene, they’re doing an amazing job spreading a message of sonic exploration and creativity by curating top events of music they believe in. We love it.” Awkward Movements record label, April 2013 “Possibly the most varied, entertaining and unpredictable regular live music night that London has to offer, I heartily recommend that you get yourselves down to Club Integral.” Bob Dixon, drawing portfolio “That, for me, is what Club Integral delivers: an exciting and eclectic mix of music for which there needs to be a space. And I think, after tonight, the Midlands have just found another one.” Lucy Mounfield, Birmingham Review
“An utterly amazing gig” Tallulah Jones “Jaw dropping .. up there with seeing the Swans in the eighties” Simon Wade “Another amazing night! Thanks to Club Integral, and all the artists, especially Vampilia. Really really special.” Kim Shankar “Best night I’ve been to in a while. Excellent. Sound of the Sun after Gertrude was like brushing your teeth after a serious meal.” Marcel Stoetzler, Glassglue, commenting on Club Integral – 16th April 2010

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CLUB INTEGRAL holds its distinctive evenings in various  stylish bohemian haunts – The Others in Stoke Newington, The Grovesnor in Stockwell, Cafe Oto in Dalston, IKLECTIK in Lambeth, The George Tavern in Stepney, Hackney Empire, Whitechapel Gallery, The 12 Bar Club in Denmark Street, The Canterbury Arms in Brixton and The Edge in Birmingham. North London: Club Integral puts on events on the fourth Friday of every month at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, London, N16 5SA. http://www.theothers.uk.com/ South London: We also put regular events on at IKLECTIK, ‘Old Paradise Yard’, 20 Carlisle Lane ( Royal Street corner ) next to Archbishop’s Park, London, SE1 7LG. http://iklectikartlab.com/ Birmingham: When in the Midlands, we are based at The Edge, 79-81 Cheapside, Digbeth, Birmingham, B12 0QH. The Edge is home to our friends Friction Arts
Birmingham-based       pranksters       Nature Centre     make    effervescent    absurdist    punk pop   underpinned   by   irresistible   psychedelic tunes. They are Beth, Bird, Hamish and Oli. “…The     kind     of     fololoppy     pop     that     Syd Barrett    might    make    if    he    headed    up    a harmony    girl    group    under    the    influence.” Unorthodox Paradox “…A   little   Syd-era   Floyd   meets   quality   indie pop,        all        wrapped        up        in        lovely Brummieness.” Hearing Aid blog https://thenaturecentre.bandcamp.com/track/amongst-the-shielings] Robert   Storey    has   been   making   music since   the   late   seventies   largely   with   his   loose Murphy    collective    –    Murphy    Federation, Orchestre     Murphy,     Murphy     No     Geisha, Laboratoires      Murphy,      and      other      side projects.     This     millenium     he     has     been working    with    a    series    of    collaborators    Atsuko    Kamura,    Rachael    Gardner,    Kathy Hulme,   Davis   Perlis,   Florence   Raynaud,   & Natalie Mason. Recently   his   relationship   with   US   label   ER Records   has   led   to   some   of   his   work   being reissued    alongside    new    releases,    and    now ER   are   about   to   release   a   Murphy   Greatest Hits   LP,   as   well   as   a   Robert   Storey   box   set   of his entire oeuvre, fifteen albums and an EP. To   reflect   the   resurgent   interest   in   his   work Storey   has   reluctantly   agreed      to   perform   his own   work   live   for   the   first   time   in   several years.   He   is   accompanied   on   this   outing   by musical       all-rounder       &       Club       Integral Midlands Branch organiser Natalie Mason. https://divinerecords.bandcamp.com/music https://divinerecords.bandcamp.com/track/siren Swordfish    are   a   queer   fish,   making   as they do “danceable improv”. Made   up   of   members   whose   work   cover   free music,   jazz,   rock,   folk,   electronics   and   other esoteric    and    unnamed    forms,    they    have plenty of places to go, and go there they do. They   are   Simon   King   –   guitar   &   effects,   Tom Clarke   –   drums,   Peter   Marsh   –   bass,   and Chris   Cornetto   –   trumpet.   Ntchuks   Bonga, saxophonist   is   otherwise   engaged,   and   the band will play as a quartet.
Club Integral are: Simon King, Andrew Scott- Bolton, Robert Storey, Atsuko Kamura, Natalie Mason (Midlands Branch), Jaime Rory Lucy (video Projection), Owen Llewellyn (film and photography), Katja Heber (photography), Chris Cornetto (DJ), Black Limelight (design & DJ), with much assistance from Dr Ed Baxter and Resonance 104.4 fm.
At IKLECTIK Paradise Yard 20 Carlisle lane/Royal lane corner London SE1 7LG Friday 20th October 8pm Start Entry: £7/£5
We   are   an   autonomous   music   collective   promoting live      music      and      performance      events      around London,     and     releasing     recordings     in     various formats   through   our   label   Divine   Records .   Events are    at    The    Others    in    Stoke    Newington    and    at IKLECTIK    –    with    occasional    special    events    on other    dates    and    at    other    venues.    Club    Integral Midlands   Branch   is   our   baby   in   the   Midlands   with      events      taking      place      at      The      Edge      in Birmingham. The   Club   Integral   Radio   Show   is   presented   by   His Grace   the   Earl   of   Killorglin   &   Andrew   Scott   Bolton from   9.30   to   10.30   pm   every   Wednesday   evening on          Resonance          104.4          FM          or          at http://www.resonancefm.com .
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Club    Integral    are:    Simon    King,    Andrew    Scott- Bolton,    Robert    Storey,    Atsuko    Kamura,    Natalie Mason     (Midlands     Branch),     Jaime     Rory     Lucy (video     Projection),     Owen     Llewellyn     (film     and photography),    Katja    Heber    (photography),    Chris Cornetto   (DJ),   Black   Limelight   (design   &   DJ),   with much      assistance      from      Dr      Ed      Baxter      and Resonance 104.4 fm.

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CLUB   INTEGRAL   holds   its   distinctive   evenings   in various   stylish   bohemian   haunts   –   The   Others   in Stoke    Newington,    The    Grovesnor    in    Stockwell, Cafe   Oto   in   Dalston,   IKLECTIK   in   Lambeth,   The George     Tavern     in     Stepney,     Hackney     Empire, Whitechapel   Gallery,   The   12   Bar   Club   in   Denmark Street,   The   Canterbury   Arms   in   Brixton   and   The Edge in Birmingham. North   London:   Club   Integral   puts   on   events   on   the fourth   Friday   of   every   month   at   The   Others,   6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, London, N16 5SA. http://www.theothers.uk.com/ South   London:   We   also   put   regular   events   on   at IKLECTIK,   ‘Old   Paradise   Yard’,   20   Carlisle   Lane   ( Royal   Street   corner   )   next   to   Archbishop’s   Park, London, SE1 7LG. http://iklectikartlab.com/ Birmingham:   When   in   the   Midlands,   we   are   based at       The       Edge,       79-81       Cheapside,       Digbeth, Birmingham,   B12   0QH.   The   Edge   is   home   to   our friends Friction Arts

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“This adventurous music series continues…” Wire magazine, 2012 “The   chaps   behind   the   night   (…)   are   Club   Integral, a    collective    with    proper    pedigree    ranging    from Resonance      FM      to      Wire      magazine.      Pushing experimental   music   from   the   more   interesting   but less   celebrated   side   of   the   scene,   they’re   doing   an amazing     job     spreading     a     message     of     sonic exploration   and   creativity   by   curating   top   events   of music they believe in. We love it.” Awkward Movements record label, April 2013 “Possibly     the     most     varied,     entertaining     and unpredictable   regular   live   music   night   that   London has    to    offer,    I    heartily    recommend    that    you    get yourselves down to Club Integral.” Bob Dixon, drawing portfolio “That,   for   me,   is   what   Club   Integral   delivers:   an exciting   and   eclectic   mix   of   music   for   which   there needs   to   be   a   space.   And   I   think,   after   tonight,   the Midlands have just found another one.” Lucy Mounfield, Birmingham Review “An utterly amazing gig” Tallulah Jones “Jaw   dropping   ..   up   there   with   seeing   the   Swans   in the eighties” Simon Wade “Another   amazing   night!   Thanks   to   Club   Integral, and    all    the    artists,    especially    Vampilia.    Really really special.” Kim Shankar “Best    night    I’ve    been    to    in    a    while.    Excellent. Sound   of   the   Sun   after   Gertrude   was   like   brushing your teeth after a serious meal.” Marcel   Stoetzler,   Glassglue,   commenting   on   Club Integral – 16th April 2010
Birmingham-based         pranksters         Nature Centre     make    effervescent    absurdist    punk pop    underpinned    by    irresistible    psychedelic tunes. They are Beth, Bird, Hamish and Oli. “…The   kind   of   fololoppy   pop   that   Syd   Barrett might   make   if   he   headed   up   a   harmony   girl group     under     the     influence.”     Unorthodox Paradox “…A   little   Syd-era   Floyd   meets   quality   indie pop, all wrapped up in lovely Brummieness.” Hearing Aid blog k /amongst-the-shielings] Robert   Storey    has   been   making   music since   the   late   seventies   largely   with   his   loose Murphy     collective     –     Murphy     Federation, Orchestre      Murphy,      Murphy      No      Geisha, Laboratoires   Murphy,   and   other   side   projects. This   millenium   he   has   been   working   with   a series     of     collaborators     –     Atsuko     Kamura, Rachael   Gardner,   Kathy   Hulme,   Davis   Perlis, Florence Raynaud, & Natalie Mason. Recently    his    relationship    with    US    label    ER Records    has    led    to    some    of    his    work    being reissued   alongside   new   releases,   and   now   ER are   about   to   release   a   Murphy   Greatest   Hits LP,   as   well   as   a   Robert   Storey   box   set   of   his entire oeuvre, fifteen albums and an EP. To   reflect   the   resurgent   interest   in   his   work Storey   has   reluctantly   agreed      to   perform   his own    work    live    for    the    first    time    in    several years.   He   is   accompanied   on   this   outing   by musical   all-rounder   &   Club   Integral   Midlands Branch organiser Natalie Mason. https://divinerecords.bandcamp.com/music s iren Swordfish     are    a    queer    fish,    making    as they do “danceable improv”. Made   up   of   members   whose   work   cover   free music,   jazz,   rock,   folk,   electronics   and   other esoteric   and   unnamed   forms,   they   have   plenty of places to go, and go there they do. They   are   Simon   King   –   guitar   &   effects,   Tom Clarke    –    drums,    Peter    Marsh    –    bass,    and Chris    Cornetto    –    trumpet.    Ntchuks    Bonga, saxophonist    is    otherwise    engaged,    and    the band will play as a quartet.