THE WINDSORS The Windsors are guitarist Simon King – (Kenny Process Team, Homelife, Jerry Dammer’s Spatial aka Orchestra), Matt Armstrong (Kenny Process Team, Atsuko Kamura, Florence Reynaud), keyboard player Phil Bartai – (Orchestre Murphy, Atsuko Kamura, The Nobodies), drummer Tom Murrow (Naked Ruby, Croque Madame) and on trumpet/percussion/assorted devices Chris Cornetto (Native Hipsters, Grateful Dub, Eugene Chadbourne, Andrew Weatherall). The band emerged from the ashes of Kenny Process Team, and retain the intricate, arrangements, turn-on-a-sixpence changes and spiffy tunes, with a new bigger band sound. A beat group that sounds like no other.
THE HONEY HAHS The Honey Hahs are three sisters from south London aged between nine and fourteen who write their own very funny well-crafted songs, interspersed with some well-chosen covers. Their preternatural talent has inevitable drawn interest from “the industry” but they are keeping it real.
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EUGENE COYNE Eugene Coyne’s history includes writing and playing playing for his father Kevin Coyne & others, as well as a clutch of EPs with his brother Robert in Silver Chapter and Mean Vincent. He has recorded four solo albums, including his recent LP Castle Coyne and has new recordings in the pipeline. This evening he will be playing work from his back-catalogue alongside new work.
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at IKLECTIK ART LAB Old Paradise Yard 20 Carlisle Lane (Royal Street corner) next to Archbishop’s Park. London SE1 7LG Friday 8th December Entry: £7 or £5 concessions
“How did it get so late so soon? ”. We end the year with a real London bill that spans a generation or three. Surf lounge sublimity, youthful wit & harmony, and rock ‘n’ roll eccentricity.  
“How did it get so late so soon?” We end the year with a real London bill that spans a generation or three. Surf lounge sublimity, youthful wit & harmony, and rock ‘n’ roll eccentricity.  EUGENE COYNE Eugene Coyne’s history includes writing and playing playing for his father Kevin Coyne & others, as well as a clutch of EPs with his brother Robert in Silver Chapter and Mean Vincent. He has recorded four solo albums, including his recent LP Castle Coyne and has new recordings in the pipeline. This evening he will be playing work from his back-catalogue alongside new work. THE HONEY HAHS The Honey Hahs are three sisters from south London aged between nine and fourteen who write their own very funny well-crafted songs, interspersed with some well-chosen covers. Their preternatural talent has inevitable drawn interest from “the industry” but they are keeping it real. THE WINDSORS The Windsors are guitarist Simon King – (Kenny Process Team, Homelife, Jerry Dammer’s Spatial aka Orchestra), Matt Armstrong (Kenny Process Team, Atsuko Kamura, Florence Reynaud), keyboard player Phil Bartai – (Orchestre Murphy, Atsuko Kamura, The Nobodies), drummer Tom Murrow (Naked Ruby, Croque Madame) and on trumpet/percussion/assorted devices Chris Cornetto (Native Hipsters, Grateful Dub, Eugene Chadbourne, Andrew Weatherall). The band emerged from the ashes of Kenny Process Team, and retain the intricate, arrangements, turn-on-a- sixpence changes and spiffy tunes, with a new bigger band sound. A beat group that sounds like no other.
“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
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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/Resonanc e/ then Search for “clubintegral” Subscribe to the new Resonance FM newsletter here: http://newsletters.resonancefm.com/h /r/607E5058DD8AC51E
SOUTH LONDON: We put on 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. CLUB INTEGRAL has also held its distinctive evenings in various stylish bohemian haunts – The Others in Stoke Newington, The Grovesnor in Stockwell, Cafe Oto in Dalston, 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.
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at IKLECTIK ART LAB Old Paradise Yard 20 Carlisle Lane (Royal Street corner) next to Archbishop’s Park. London SE1 7LG Friday 8th December Entry: £7 or £5 concessions