A Midnight Detour: Dean McPhee + Glen Cutwerk

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A Midnight Detour: Dean McPhee + Glen Cutwerk

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A Midnight Detour is delighted to announce the next stage in it’s evolutionary cycle; a series of live gigs, a natural progression from the monthly show on VOICES and still orbiting around a focal point of cosmic, mellow & experimental music, cosily nestled in an intimate setting in Heaton Chapel.

Guiding the shapeshift for the first show is Bradford’s Dean McPhee, part of the Folklore Tapes collective and Yorkshire’s foremost loop-pedal maestro. Across three stunning albums, Dean applies a deeply expressive and personal spirit to his music, taking cues from psych rock, dub, modal jazz, folk and more. His latest LP, Astral Gold, is a moody and introspective 6-tracker, perfectly captures the atmosphere AMD has searched for, ready-made for a Sunday evening in a small, homely venue with good friends.

Alongside Dean is the enviably talented multi-disciplinarian, Glen Cutwerk, who will be performing live solo looping across keys and clarinet, with an ambient twist. Glen is known, amongst many things, for his keys work with Manchester jazz outfit Nandina Collective, his affiliation with the Carlton Club’s experimental do Brume, and his prolific & charismatic graphic design work for several outfits across the UK.

AMD Residents will be supporting across the evening. Event is taking place at Brent Hairdressing, starting at 19:00 with tickets at £7. See you there.

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