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Dave Smyth – Brit School Drummer Interviewed – Artist Timecraft

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Jon Skinner

16.2.2013

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Dave shares his interest in Music and how he got into the music industry.

Timecraft is an exciting new octet that plays the compositions of drummer Dave Smyth. After a debut performance in late 2011 that featured iconic saxophonist Iain Ballamy as a special guest, the group are embarking on a UK tour in June 2013 before heading into the studio to record their first album. Drawing influence from the contemporary British jazz greats, the group explores improvisation within the context of captivating and melodic tunes. Comprising some of the UK’s finest up-and-coming jazz musicians, the octet features Matthew Herd (alto/sop saxophones), Sam Rapley (tenor saxophone), Tom Green (trombone), Richard Blake (trumpet), Sam Watt’s (piano), Tom McCredie (double bass) and Austrian guitarist John
Arman.

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