Here’s the first teaser for the new album. This is from the opening track, coincidentally titled “Opening Gambit”. The album will be available for pre-order via my Bandcamp page from 5th March.
Here’s a collaborative piece I did with Travis Williams. It’s the kind of thing that gives me some kind of faith in social media – we’ve been following each other on Instagram for a while, and when Travis posted a suggestion for an online collaboration, I was absolutely up for it. This is the result!
Here it is! The next release from my upcoming EP “Head Back East” is now available to download FREE from Bandcamp. Chase on Kingsway by Matt Clark ThreeTo visit my Bandcamp page, click here.
Matt Clark Three – Chase on Kingsway A little taster of the second release under the Matt Clark Three name… OUT FRIDAY 17th April, FREE to download from my Bandcamp page. Click here to visit Bandcamp.
Here’s the first tune from my new Jazztronica project, Matt Clark Three. I’ve been influenced recently by a lot of the “Nu Jazz” music coming out of London and New York – artists like Onyx Collective and Shabaka Hutchings, and wanted to get back to writing some electronic type tunes with loops and lo-fi samples.… Continue reading New Music Video – Matt Clark Three
In tandem with the live jazz band project (see previous post), I’ll be performing a live score to the film THX 1138 at Brighton’s Komedia in August, under the monika Phonoscene. Stay tuned for updates…
A day out in the country filming a live video for “Time Keeps Rolling” and other songs, ahead of our upcoming gigs at Cecil Sharp House in Camden and Petworth. https://youtu.be/FNNglzExO8w
Last Saturday (17th March) saw a fantastic gig supporting The Urban Voodoo Machine at The Con Club in Lewes. Caaw didn’t get a great soundcheck as there wasn’t time, and went on stage almost immediately afterwards, just as the crowd were arriving. Despite all this, the set went down a storm. Next stop: The Prince… Continue reading Caaw Live At The Con Club
I decided I needed a new bottleneck recently, so decided to make one from an old wine bottle. There’s something about the feel and weight of wine bottle necks that I love. Here is the result…
Here’s a piece (currently being performed by Caaw) from last year, an experimental jam using 2 guitars and a loop pedal. It was mainly inspired by Marc Ribot‘s playing on Tom Waits’ Rain Dogs album and his live version of Fat Man Blues with the Marc Ribot Trio.