Sirene 1009: be in-the-loop!

Sirene 1009
I’ve been busy with Sirene 1009—the stupendous ensemble featuring the indomitable low-end growl of Dominic Lash, the unstoppable hits and clangs of Mark Sanders, and the controlled vocal mayhem of Caroline Pugh. I’m working towards tours and performances by this ensemble, and working on a recording to be release later this year. We’ve got recordings of the London gig in December, and, in a couple of months, we’re going into the studio in Birmingham make some more music.

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I’m super excited about this project, and, with the caliber of creative musicians involved, you should be too!

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