The Iamthemorning set at Union Chapel has sadly been cancelled, due to visa issues. Singer Marjana Semkina released the following statement: “I am so very sorry to announce that i won’t be able to perform at Kscope festival due to visa issues. After spending past few years working as hard as I possibly could to … Read More
Charlie will be joining acclaimed Russian Chamber Prog ensemble Iamthemorning on guitar, at the 10 Years of Kscope concert at Union Chapel.
Charlie recently filmed an extensive interview with Anthony Garone of Make Weird Music, discussing The Divine Abstract, his work with Knifeworld, Mediaeval Baebes and other projects, and much more. Watch the interview here:
Knifeworld will be performing at this special evening at the Highbury Garage. Also on the bill are Spratleys Japs and Zofff (with Terry Bickers), as well as special guests Mike Vennart and Jon Poole, celebrating the music of Cardiacs.
Roger Trenwith of The Progressive Aspect has reviewed the recent Lost Crowns show at Servant Jazz Quarters. He described it as such: “Imagine if Fred Frith had joined XTC, and they decided to cover Sound Chaser in the style of Cardiacs. Imagine that and multiply by a febrile imagination, and chuck in some spare cutlery … Read More
The Emmy-nominated theme music for ITV’s Victoria, performed live at Thaxted Parish Church.
Charlie has been included as a featured contributor in the June 2018 issue of Songlines Magazine. This issue also contains his interview feature with international acclaimed Chinese pipa virtuoso Wu Man.
Members of Knifeworld, Prescott, Stars In Battledress and the North Sea Radio Orchestra bring you an evening of songs with a lot going on in them. Your ears will vault fences. Your mind will soar through clouds. Light will emerge. Intimate venue, very good sound. LOST CROWNS, all six of them, play dreamy songs with … Read More
Knifeworld/Mediaeval Baebes drummer and percussionist extraordinaire Ben Woollacott has uploaded this excellent studio video, documenting the drum recording session for The Divine Abstract. Filmed & recorded at Bush Studios, London, in June 2017.
Clive Bell has given The Divine Abstract an excellent review in the May 2018 issue of The Wire.