GTB Blog

Less than a week until Lope and Antilope hits the shops

Posted January 14, 2014

If you can’t wait…

jazzwise cover


The more observant of you will have been unable to avoid our ugly mugs controversially DEFROCKED on the cover of this month’s Jazzwise magazine…


Posted November 8, 2013

We were very fortunate to be invited to play at Skopje Jazz Festival last month. It’s a fantastic festival in a great hall and the line-up was stellar – Roscoe Mitchell, Cassandra Wilson, Dave Holland, Evan Parker, … And us. …
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photos from the mountains

Posted October 4, 2013

We had an amazing gig in the mountains of France recently. We flew in and out of Geneva and by coincidence had our first gig in Geneva a few weeks later, the first gig of a short but very sweet …
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dancing desk

Posted September 2, 2013

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Here we go then: album number 4 coming soon…

Posted June 28, 2013

Okay, so it’s been a while since we last posted. Since then we’ve released album number 3 OCDC which turned out rather well, we feel. The lovely people at Naim made the best of it and the cover was Proper …
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Here we go then: album number three coming soon…

Posted December 12, 2011

Hello me lovelies. After a quiet period we’re gearing up for some action.

period of quiet contemplation

Posted July 5, 2011

So … jim and clive are now in portis headland (duh duh duh duh duh duh duh duh) … denmark poland slovakia … making intense dark beautiful but not very happy music … but what about pete and me I …
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ketchup /ramble / menu / crytal ball

Posted May 26, 2011

get the blessing … transitory rock jazz .. soundtrack punk circus band …in transition …. transit … trance … trampoline … tranquillisers . exodus of jazz people .. are we jazz people ??? EU standard or wiltshire fatback rollneck ? …
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GTB at the London Blues Fest

Posted May 16, 2011 Wednesday 29th June at the 100 Club We’re delighted to be invited to play at the very first London Blues Festival, and especially to play in the 100 Club, one of the most famous (infamous?) venues in the world. …
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