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AMM in a hallway or a hotel foyer leather jackets and smiles



With each new release and every [admittedly rare] live performance AMM provide yet another reason why AMM music could be considered the primer for all ‘experimental’ music. What makes their music seem so timeless is the degree to which they are succesfully ‘listening’, so present with one another as listeners during performance that you can only imagine that their ears must extend far into the reaches of the music culture at any given time – spanning the years since 1966 with the release of the first AMM record.

AMM have undoubtedly been among the most important contributors to the UK free improv scene for nearly 40 years and we are extremely proud to be able to be working with such distinguished musicians who still rarely play live in the UK.

The recording of the performance was broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Mixing It.


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