London-based artist & musician Daniel Blumberg plays the Black Box for Moving On Music on December 6.
Formerly the primary songwriter of indie rock revivalists Yuck, he's moved into new, experimental sonic terrain. Forging ongoing collaborations with musicians, writers and filmmakers such as Neil Hagerty, David Toop and Brady Corbet, he is a prolific visual artist, described by Hans Ulrich Obrist as “one of London’s most exciting emerging new artists”.
Most recently Blumberg has been playing and recording at London’s Cafe Oto, working intensively with a core group of improvisers consisting of violinist Billy Steiger, saxophonist Seymour Wright, double bassist Tom Wheatley and cellist Ute Kanngiesser.
These regular sessions have culminated in the release of his debut record Minus in May, accompanied by a companion LP of solos by the key players on the record including Dirty Three’s Jim White. Watch the video for 'Minus'.
Tickets cost £12 - or £8 concession - from Moving On Music. Doors open at 7.45pm.