Thirty Pieces Of Silver

Thirty Peices of Silver comes out of a splacist drift through Loughborough’s street market. A four piece brass jazz band were busking and Conneally builds Thirty Pieces of Silver out of a short sample of the band as they busked for small change. A version of the piece was first played live by Conneally in Loughborough Town Hall at a ‘happening’ curated by artists Sean Clarke and Geoff Broadway as part of the Gallery of the Future that also included the mighty Zion Train sound system.

 

psychogeography is dead
the splacist revolution has begun
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