Upset The Rhythm presents Jandek

Bush Hall, London.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 18s who are not accompanied by an adult.

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GENERAL ADMISSION £19.80 (£18.00) Transaction fee applicable *

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More information about Upset The Rhythm presents Jandek tickets

Jandek is the musical project of Corwood Industries, a record label that operates out of Houston, Texas. Since 1978, Jandek/Corwood Industries has independently released over 100 albums/DVDs of unusual, often emotionally dissolute folk, rock, and blues songs without ever granting an interview or providing any biographical information. Jandek often plays a highly idiosyncratic and frequently atonal form of folk, rock, punk, country, classical and blues music, at times using an open and unconventional chord structure. The name "Jandek" is most commonly used to refer specifically to the project and not an individual. 

"And what does his music sound like? Like pure desolation. Jandek is not just solo but profoundly alone on most of his recordings, picking distractedly at a guitar tuned to no particular notes, moaning in no particular key about thinking and love and wandering around and staying in the same place and God. Beyond that, there's just emptiness, each off-key ping floats out separately into black space. Sometimes Jandek sounds as if he'd internalised the grimmest death-letter blues of the '20s and is pulling them back out of himself, thoroughly dismembered, hair by hair. His songs have no choruses, no hooks, no melodies, no rhythms, no internal progression, nothing but the inexorable Chinese-water-torture plod of Samuel Beckett's The Unnameable: "I can't go on, I'll go on." ... Compared to "real" pop music, Jandek's songs are terrifyingly ugly; in the context of his decades of persistence, the range and mass of his work, they become intensely beautiful and meaningful. They are absolute, pure self-expression, an unfocused, unlit snapshot of an entire life." - Douglas Wolk

https://corwoodindustries.com/

 

Don't forget, ticket holders get a set menu deal on food for their table at Bush Hall Dining Rooms (two doors down) between 6-8pm.  Please call 020 8749 0731 if you'd like to make a reservation.