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The One Day Band sessions are an ongoing series of improvisations hosted by Trestle Records. Musicians, sometimes meeting for the first time, are invited to collaborate on a record made in a single day. The idea is to create a supportive studio environment to facilitate the production of new spontaneous music

Trestle Records is pleased to present the fourth in the ongoing series of One Day Band sessions.

Featuring Django Django’s Tommy Grace on synths, The Phantom Band’s Duncan Marquiss on guitar, The Rakes’s Matthew Swinnerton on guitar and bass, with Talk In Colour’s Rob hervais-Adelman on drums.

Tommy Graces’s multiple synths lead the way with layered sequencers and arpeggiators forming the electro backbone and setting the tempo. Adelman’s drums flow through a range of styles, offering dynamic variation, from percussive metals to thudding low kicks. Duncan Marquiss’s guitar, using delay, pitch-shift and fuzz distortion contributes angular melodic passages and washed out abstractions, whilst Swinnerton’s guitar brings a mix of dotted rhythmical staccato and crunching overdriven strums. The outcome of this collaboration is five tracks of uplifting, highly kinetic and at times epic, music.

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released April 27, 2016

Tommy Grace - Synthesisers, Samplers,
Rob Hervais-Adelman -Drums, Percussion
Duncan Marquiss - Electric Guitar
Matthew Swinnerton - Electric Guitar, Bass

Mixed by Callum Sadler with Ross Downes and Nicholas Siddall
Mastered by Nicholas Siddall

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Trestle records is a record label dedicated to putting out new instrumental music started by four friends in east london during 2011. Ranging from electronic to classical, pop to musique concrete supporting and distributing all manner of contemporary instrumental music is its principle. ... more

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