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Lund Quartet


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Lund Quartet are an instrumental band from Bristol. They are heavily influenced by the Scandinavian jazz scene and turntablism, using samples of Bristol’s finest musicians recorded especially for the band and creatively played back through turntables along side a more traditional jazz line up of piano, drums and double bass. Their sound morphs effortlessly from gentle and reflective, to heavy grooves.

The band consists of Simon Adcock on piano and theremin, Jake Wittlin on turntable, Rob Childs on double bass, and Sam Muscat on drums. This is a quartet of highly skilled players, each of whom are equally capable of holding the listeners attention, whilst there is a definite emphasis on subtlety and space. They have been turning heads since their first gig, including coming runners up in last years Future of Jazz competition, encouraged by this the quartet spent 2011 concentrating their efforts on recording their debut album.

Their self-titled debut album was released in December 2011, with a sellout launch gig in Bristol and the track Tulipan quickly becoming popular on ‘22Tracks’. They are currently putting together a tour for the new year.

The album is available as a CD and digital download. For more information, including live videos of the band in the studio see


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