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-The Knitting is the brainchild of Matthew Gilbert Linley (aka 'Gilbert'), a London-born drummer/keyboard player who studied classical music and composition before writing soundtracks for film, television and theatre for some years. A debut album completed in 2007 under the moniker 'Gilbert' received excellent reviews and extensive national radio play, gaining a digital release soon after on the Indie label, Shifty Disco Records. The music was subsequently performed live by 4/5 people (playing an array of drums/percussion, bass, organs, violins, horns, singing and spoken word) extensively throughout the UK including notable sets at the 2007 Green Man Festival, 2008 Loop Festival, and 2009 Udderbelly. In 2010 a new album - 'Wahoola!' - was finished and the decision was made to release it under a new name due to the profusion/confusion of other music artists sharing the name 'Gilbert'...+The Knitting is the brainchild of Matthew Gilbert Linley (aka 'Gilbert'), a London-born drummer/keyboard player who studied classical music and composition before writing soundtracks for film and television for some years. A debut album completed in 2007 under the moniker 'Gilbert' received excellent reviews and extensive national radio play, gaining a digital release soon after on the Indie label, Shifty Disco Records. The music was subsequently performed live by 4/5 people (playing an array of drums/percussion, bass, organs, violins, horns, singing and spoken word) extensively throughout the UK including notable sets at the 2007 Green Man Festival, 2008 Loop Festival, and 2009 Udderbelly. In 2010 a new album - 'Wahoola!' - was finished and the decision was made to release it under a new name due to the profusion/confusion of other music artists sharing the name 'Gilbert'...
About the new record Gilbert Linley writes: " I wanted 'Wahoola!' to more obviously feature the talents of the people who have been performing the first album live.....especially Maud Waret's vocals and Brian Lee's violin-playing and zany spoken word monologues". About the new record Gilbert Linley writes: " I wanted 'Wahoola!' to more obviously feature the talents of the people who have been performing the first album live.....especially Maud Waret's vocals and Brian Lee's violin-playing and zany spoken word monologues".

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