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Paddy Steer w/OORYA & Isocore
Paddy Steer w/OORYA & Isocore

Fri, 10 Mar



Paddy Steer w/OORYA & Isocore

QU A RR Y is pleased to present an evening of cosmic sonic adventures with one-terrestrial band extraordinaire Paddy Steer

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Time & Location

10 Mar 2023, 19:30 – 23:50

Liverpool, 17 Love Ln, Liverpool L3 7DD, UK

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QU  A RR Y is pleased to present an evening of cosmic sonic adventures with  one-terrestrial band extraordinaire Paddy Steer. Support TBA

PADDY  STEER is a Zelig-like character along the timeline of Manchester’s  musical activity. It’s a testament to his musicality that he has played  with such a wide range of music and artists over the years, be it as a  bass player, drummer, Hawaiian guitarist etc. or all these roles at the  same time

.In  rejection of the notion of ‘immaculate reproduction’, live performances  from Paddy’s own project err more daringly and admirably on the  frontier of chaotic abstraction, expression and focussed blunder, dice  rolling down the hill in case of duende, as from behind his stacked  array of instruments, the anarchically intrepid punk gargles through a  vocoder with his xylophone, all a-clatter under disco lights and  doilies.

He  creates his tools, as he creates his craft, here from scratch, there  from new, ever from long-garnered experience that includes running the  massive ensemble Homelife, years hence. In style he is unique on the  circuit that knows him, on which similarly his blinkered resolve and  capacity to create must be unparalleled.

This  has been reduced down over a long period of time, and applied coat by  coat with subtle mastery, for richness, depth, and vivid texture, as if  it were some magnificent curry, or a samurai sword. Lounge, romp, deep  groove, homely and galactic-expedition whimsy, furry electronic  invention, it feels akin to playing and winning a computer game made  from reality, to hear.

“sounds  like a Swiss cuckoo clock made of egg boxes and horsehair, glued  together by an African Moog player in a Vietnamese iron monger’s shop”.  (Graham Massey)

£7 ADV//£10 OTD DOORS 19:30 18+

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