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For May we have sessions plus special shows - one related to Nirvana and the other the city of Sydney

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Clark

Clark
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are numerous artists with this name, including:
1) Clark is a British electronic musician Christopher Stephen Clark (born 29 August 1979);
2) Clark was a Swedish melodic rock band;
3) Clark was a moniker of British techno producer Mark Bell (died 2014);
4) Clark was a Danish rock quintet;
5) Clark is an American hardcore band from South Bend, Indiana;
6) Clark was a Canadian indie band started in Ottawa in 1999

1) Clark is a British electronic musician Christopher Stephen Clark (born in St. Albans on 29 August 1979). As well as his own albums, he has produced music for television, films and video games (including scores for award-winning contemporary dance and BAFTA nominated TV series). His records have been released by Warp Records, Deutsche Grammophon and his own label Throttle Records.
Clark began making music in his teens and also experimented with constructing his own musical equipment. After studying at St. Albans School, he went to Bristol University; while, still a student, he caught the attention of Warp Records by performing at a label party in December 2000 as Chris from St. Albans. The following April, he made his debut on the label as Chris Clark with Clarence Park, an album whose cold, terse synths and big beats earned critical acclaim. After a stint in Brighton, Clark settled for a time in Brighton. It was there that he collaborated with Broadcast, with whom he recorded a different version of the track "Herr Barr" and improvisations that were ultimately released in 2006. The Ceramics Is the Bomb EP followed in May 2003, but it was on that September's Empty the Bones of You that Clark's music reached a new level of maturity, thanks to its disorienting textures and lulling synths. His first release as Clark was February 2006's Throttle Furniture EP, which offered a taste of that October's full-length Body Riddle. Incorporating tweaked live instrumentation along with electronics, the album was another critical success. For March 2008's self-described "techno album" Turning Dragon, Clark returned to the completely electronic approach of his earlier work. That year, Clark also provided the music for Held, Australian dancer/choreographer Melanie Lane's exploration of the relationship between memory and physical spaces.
Over the following decade, the scope of Clark's work continued to grow. In 2010, he scored Lane's piece Tilted Fawn. The following year, Clark worked with the Brighton collective Blast Theory on the installation Fixing Point, an interactive work that addressed the Conflict in Northern Ireland. In April 2012, Clark released his fifth album, the folk-tinged Iradelphic. Recorded in a number of locations and featuring contributions from his labelmate Bibio, the album's sessions were so fruitful that Clark released a downloadable online series called The Iradelphic Sessions as well as an EP, Fantasm Planes, that arrived later that year. The remixes collection Feast/Beast, which included reworkings by Massive Attack, Bibio, Depeche Mode, and HEALTH, appeared in 2013. That year, Clark also reunited with Lane for Shrine, a multimedia project inspired by ritual and ceremony.
On 2014's self-titled album and its single "Superscope," Clark took a harder-edged, more danceable approach that continued on 2015's Flame Rave EP. Also in 2015, Clark composed the music for The Last Panthers, a six-part crime thriller miniseries produced by Warp Films; Warp Records released the BAFTA-nominated score in March of 2016. For 2017's Death Peak, Clark incorporated vocals into vibrant-yet-ominous tracks with a maximalist approach. Following a few short-form releases that included 2017's Com Truise collaboration Bobbie Caris/Idle Withdrawal and the following year's E.C.S.T. T.R.A.X., Clark returned with 2019's Kiri Variations, a collection of unused pieces he wrote for the BAFTA-winning television series Kiri, which told the story of a missing girl and the impact her disappearance had on her family and community. Featuring processed acoustic instruments as well as Clark's own voice, the album appeared on his Throttle Records label in July 2019.*Clark is also a folk band from Lompoc, California consisting of husband and wife, Gabriel and Dana Friley, and Andy White. After playing together in various musical projects for many years, the three formed Clark in 2005. Their debut album "Here Comes Tomorrow" was released on Silent Film Records, a label "intended to promote music that can serve as soundscapes for moving picture of the most creative ilk".
In recent years, Clark has focused on score work for film and TV, pursuing it alongside studio albums.

2) Clark was a Swedish melodic rock band. The band released "Two of a Kind" in 2005;

3) Clark was a moniker of British techno producer Mark Bell (died 2014). Under this name he released "Lofthouse" EP in 1995. He also recorded as Counterpoint, Fawn, and Speed Jack.

4) Clark was a Danish rock quintet.

5) Clark is an American hardcore band from South Bend, Indiana;

6) Clark was a Canadian indie band started in Ottawa in 1999 featuring vocalist and guitarist John Tielli, bassist Matt Gagnon and drummer Andrew McCormack. With a change in line-up and a discomfort with the number of artists named Clark, Tielli changed the name in January 2007 to Metal Kites.
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