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Pete Judge (trumpet, electronics) & Paul Wigens (drums, violin).

Formed in 2009, & releasing its fifth album “Strata” in 2017, Eyebrow occupies a unique place in the Southwest’s musical soundscape, somewhere between jazz, minimalism and ambient music. Its music has featured on BBC Radios 3 & 6Music, & Resonance FM, and previous collaborations include b-side multi-media festival in Dorset, dance company TaikaBox, and visual artist Kathy Hinde.

“Amazingly symphonic: the ideal place for this music would be a cathedral, or a clifftop, or maybe an asteroid” (Bristol Post)

Paul Wigens

(drums, percussion, violin) has played with the groups Blurt, Grand Drive, The Blue Aeroplanes and Cousteau. Tours and session work includes: Natacha Atlas, Viv Albertine (The Slits), Damo Suzuki (Can), and Gary Lucas (Captain Beefheart, Jeff Buckley). As musician and composer with Cardiff-based physical theatre company Earthfall, he worked on the shows Forever and Ever, Fabulous Wounds, Rococco Blood and Bakkus and the BAFTA-winning short film Too Old to Dream. He was musician, composer and musical director for Big Hands (5/5 stars – The Guardian) and Something’s Wrong With Abel, as part of writer and performer Gerald Tyler’s Year of the Bear theatre company.

“…edgily tight beats…” (Wire magazine)

Pete Judge

 (trumpet/electronics) also plays with BBC Jazz Award winners Get The Blessing, and multi-instrumental acoustic trio Three Cane Whale. He has also composed music for film & live ensemble projects for Shetland Arts Trust, Portland Royal Manor Theatre, Gloucester Royal Hospital, Bristol’s Brunel 200 (the Triangulation project), and Aberystwyth Silver Band, and performed with Super Furry Animals, Noel Gallagher, Jim Moray, and John Parish, amongst many others. He has just released his first solo album, “piano”.

“the excellent Pete Judge sounds somewhere between the late Don Cherry and the UK’s Harry Beckett” (John Fordham, The Guardian)