Kit Showcase in Bristol

We had so much fun in Milton Keynes and we are doing it all again in Bristol at the Cube Microplex…


One night only in New Cross...

Next Wednesday 24th April I'm joined by very special friends from South Africa, Switzerland and Nepal.

Cara Stacey is a South African musician and researcher. She is a pianist and plays southern African musical bows (umrhubhe, uhadi, makhoyane). Beyond her solo work, Cara collaborates with percussionist and drummer Sarathy Korwar in the project Pergola and is a member of the Cape Town-based Shh..Art Ensemble. Released through Kit in 2015, her debut album Things That Grow - featuring Shabaka Hutchings, Seb Rochford, Ruth Goller, Crewdson and Dan Leavers - was a dizzying fusion of traditional South African instrumentation, modern jazz and electronics.

Hailing from Nepal, Roshan Gurung blends traditional Nepalese song with western pop and experimental influences. He is currently studying an MA in composition at Goldsmiths.

Kit Nx Gig

Inclementine Reunion!

What do you call an orange in the snow? Risen from the depths like a dazzling seed loaf, the founding fledglings of Inclementine (the gone-but-not-forgotten reprobates of non-pop) reunite at Club Integral Midlands to show us what they’ve learned in their years apart. Expect old and new from their post-sorrowful milieu… a tribute to beautifully wasted afternoons in the Capetonian Sun and stoic strolls thru fox-addled neighbourhoods. Expect strings, piano, bass, musical bows and three-part harmony.


What We Got Up To In Sweden

You can now rewind our @kitrecs Leif JF Callioscott special @nts_radio. In addition to broadcasting @monoganon and @francispatrickbrady's Total Fantasy Workshop, we span stuff by @glumlukid @swimplatform @larsmoriendi @clancaiman @boardsofcanada @mica_chu_2 @anmlcollective @mdou_moctar @boomarm_nation @lostmaprecords — at NTS Radio.



Very excited to have my work premiered by the incredible Stockholm Saxophone Quartet at the Purpur festival this Friday 23rd Feb at Youngblood.