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RUN LOGAN RUN performs the song "33 HOURS" for BalconyTV.

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PRESENTED BY MATT CALDER

Run Logan Run are a head on collision of pounding tribal drums and screaming guttural saxophone. Architects of intense contrast the duo’s diverse and precise instrumentation regularly flirts with fragility and raw power.

Formed through a shared passion for improvisation, spiritual jazz and heavier experimental music, they are Andrew Neil Hayes (Saxophones / FX) and Dan Johnson (Drum Kit / Percussion), and have been authoring their own narrative in the new wave of crossover jazz, whilst touring the UK extensively, sharing stages with the likes of Colin Stetson, Melt Yourself Down, Shabaka Hutchings, Sarathy Korwar and Hieroglyphic Being.

"A raw, aggressive, and unrelentingly creative sound" – Robin Murray (Clash Music).

Their debut album was recorded live at Stoke Newington’s Total Refreshment Centre, which has been, and continues to be, a prominent platform for promoting, recording and releasing some of the best new talent from the British underground. It was produced by Danalogue & Betamax (The Comet Is Coming) instilling further idiosyncratic dynamics into Run Logan Run’s already distinctive sound.

http://www.runloganrun.com

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PRESENTER // MATT CALDER
AUDIO // BIG TREE
VIDEOGRAPHER // CATE CALDER

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