Forenzics
Colbourne Avenue
Forenzics
July
25
Glebe, NSW, AU

Hi ,

 

Forenzics are playing two 45 minute sets at Colbourne Ave, 37-47 St Johns Road, in Glebe, Thursday 25th July, 8-10pm. It's a quiet, relaxed and great sounding room, so we'll be making the most of that in our approach, and stretching our improvising legs over the two sets. Our lineup will consist of Matthew Syres on Guitar, Dirk Kruithof on Bass/Guitar, Joe Cummins on Trumpet and Alex Slater on Drums. The venue is BYO, has tea and coffee, and we're giving away CD's to the first 10 payers. Come along! Check out the Facebook page here for updates.

 

Cheers,

 

Matt - Forenzics

     
 
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"The mood then turned to a dark and sinister atmosphere as the smoke machines got going and FORENZICS came on. They appeared entirely improvised and there was great chemistry between the four players as each instinctively knew where the music was going. The build-ups were slow with the gradual incorporation of more elements to the minimalist soundscape. The addition of the trumpet transported you to the back room of some jazz bar."  — Justin Friedman, Sludge Factory
"...The decidedly urban, dystopian sounds of electricity flow through the sounds, but they are recorded with a widescreen clarity that allows every guitar nuance, every effect groan, every swish of static, its own clear place in the mix...."  — Adrian Elmer, Cyclic Defrost
"Forenzics have been around since 2005 but I hadn’t heard them play. With Matthew Syres on guitar and way too many effects pedals, Dirk Kruithof on lead guitar, Joe Cummins on trumpet and Kaos pad and Alex Slater on drums they play loose yet utterly cohesive improv inflected with jazz, rock, drone and psychedelia. Joe Cummin’s trumpet loops and soaring melodies are a particular highlight creating a smoky, sensual atmosphere and the rhythmic interplay, pushing against the metre with loping rubatos, gives the sound an intriguing elasticity. It occurred to me that music is best when it picks you up and takes you somewhere you didn’t know you wanted to go, and Forenzics did just that."  — Gail Priest, Realtime Arts
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