Live at the Nutclough with Pete Scullion, 23rd April 2016

by Jumble Hole Clough

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Recorded at the Nutclough Tavern, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire on Saturday 23rd April 2016, released at Beltane, 1st May 2016.

Gig promoter: Clive Russell
Recording, live sound, mastering: Mick West
Editing: Colin Robinson
All the guitar loops were live; nothing was pre-recorded.

Jumble Hole Clough:
Colin Robinson - guitar & devices, drum machine
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Pete Scullion - guitar & devices

Pete Scullion and Colin Robinson formed Big Block 454 in 1988.
This performance at the Nutclough was the first time that Pete and Colin had played live together since the Big Block 454 appearance at the Salford Centric film festival in May 2002.
As an homage to that performance, Colin was wearing the same jacket, trousers and boots...

Cover photo by Robyn Eldredge

"An absolute corker. Some lovely delicate texture work alongside the mutant funk. Wicked." - Mark Williamson

"Always so fantastic. Always." - Craig Ewert

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released May 1, 2016

All songs Robinson / Scullion

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Jumble Hole Clough Hebden Bridge, UK

Jumble Hole Clough is a project by Colin Robinson to produce music influenced by the landscape, industrial remains and experiences around Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire. Forgotten things half-hidden beneath the undergrowth.

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