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John Cage: Indeterminacy (Audio) - January 2017 January 21st, 2017

John Cage’s Indeterminacy performed by Steve Beresford, Tania Chen and Stewart Lee. Two different passes on Cage’s chance composition, recorded in 2011. You can read about this release in greater detail at the Knitted Records website, here.

Stewart Lee – WARNING! DOES NOT CONTAIN COMEDY. - April 2014 GrayComedy Blog - April 26th, 2014

I went to see the Usurp Chance Tour featuring Stewart Lee at the Komedia in Brighton a couple of weeks ago. Now before pretentious musos start shouting at their computer screens, yes I knew it wasn’t going to be a comedy show. I mean, lots of people there didn’t realise this and expected some Comedy…

Stewart Lee/Indeterminacy review – ‘riffling through Cage’s subconscious’ - March 2014 The Guardian - By Alfred Hickling - March 30th, 2014

Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool: Eastern poetry, mushrooms and Schoenberg’s composition classes emerged as recurring themes in Lee’s randomly ordered readings from John Cage’s anthology Comedian, Observer commentator and experimental-music fan Stewart Lee has a great line about the branch of Nando’s that displaced his favourite jazz club: “They ought to introduce a new menu which, through…

Usurp Chance Tour With Stewart Lee, Komedia, Brighton - March 2014 The Brighton Argus - By Kirsty Levett - March 26th, 2014

In Komedia’s laidback underground North Laine lair, tables on the stage were covered in toys. A child’s Speak & Spell, modified stylophones, a Barbie strapped to a sitar and a biscuit tin, just a few of the curios on display, were a colourful aesthetic introduction to the Conspirators of Pleasure. Promising to introduce us to…

Indeterminacy CD Review - January 2013 The Wire Magazine - By Brian Morton - January 1st, 2013

Stewart Lee meets John Cage at Kings Place - September 2012 - By Paul Kilbey - September 27th, 2012

They say you should never meet your heroes. But they don’t say anything about them meeting each other, so I had very little idea of what to expect at Kings Place on Monday night when comedian Stewart Lee performed John Cage. In the event, this was a hugely enjoyable short recital, though I do wonder…

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