A four date residency for Mark Wastell’s improvising group The SEEN will take place during April / July
at Hundred Years Gallery, London.

Residency : The SEEN I : Friday 13th April
Residency : The SEEN II : Friday 18th May
Residency : The SEEN III : Friday 15th June
Residency : The SEEN IV : Friday 13th July

Doors 7:30 | Music 8pm | Entry £5

Pleased to be performing with the group in April and June.

Cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, will hopefully be rescheduled.

Will be performing solo pieces for electronics and metal percussion at the Philharmonie Luxembourg.

3rd March 2018 @ 21:00

Espace Découverte
Philharmonie Luxembourg
Etablissement public Salle de Concerts Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte
1, place de l’Europe
L-1499 Luxembourg

T +352 26 02 27-1
F +352 26 02 27-990

Ticket and event info: philharmonie.lu/en/programm/phil-julian/1701


The One Day Band sessions are an ongoing series of improvisations hosted by Trestle Records.

Musicians, sometimes meeting for the first time, are invited to collaborate on a record made in a single day. The idea is to create a supportive studio environment to facilitate the production of new spontaneous music.


Jennifer Allum – Violin
Douglas Benford – Objects
Harry Broadbent – Rhodes
Bertrand Denzler – Tenor Sax
Phil Durrant – Modular Synth
Phil Julian – Electronics
Dominic Lash – Double Bass
Stewart Lee – Text
Graham McKeachan – Double Bass
Mark Wastell – Tam Tam & Harmonium

Saturday 9th December @ 7:30pm

Hundred Years Gallery
13 Pearson Street
London E2 8JD

The final verz imprint live edition of 2017. Four solos.

Graham Dunning
Heather Roche
Phil Julian
Lucia H. Chung


verz imprint is a multimedia project that curates and supports quiet music and art, founded in 2016 by Phil Maguire. At present, the project consists of a netlabel (verz imprint), concert series (verznights), and radio show on experimental station ResonanceEXTRA (verzcast). The project attempts to explore ‘quiet’ music past and present, and what ‘quietness’ means in contemporary art(s).


Two new releases by Graham Dunning and Colin Webster on Fractal Meat Cuts.

“Most of What Follows is True, remixes” features my version of the track “How Much of the World is True?”

New solo album from saxophonist Colin Webster “vs Tape Loops” features some vintage
Cheapmachines-era cassette tape loops being reworked / replayed / improvised with / against…