What makes Stuart Sweeney’s compositions so compelling? Is it the decades he spent in the music industry, either shaking hands in specialist stores with the likes of Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), or performing on stage next to Eddy ‘Knock On Wood’ Floyd, and later the London Philharmonia?
Perhaps it’s his patient approach to painting soundscapes, learnt from wandering the countryside around his Northamptonshire home, recording what noises were heard? Or it could be the welding courses… read more
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