‘This is cinematic music of a high calibre, executed with eloquent musicianship. Elements of classical composition, jazz harmony and folk sensibilities combine with worldly influences from Ethiopia and the Far East. This is captivating music.' Songlines magazine
Spindle Ensemble are an experimental instrumental quartet from Bristol’s music collective Bloom (Tezeta, Yama Warashi, Count Bobo, Dubi Dolczek, Evil Usses, Leonie Evans, Alabaster dePlume, Run Logan Run). They perform original compositions by Daniel Inzani that hover cinematically somewhere between jazz, folk and classical idioms, taking inspiration from artists such as Moondog, Maurice Ravel, Charles Mingus and >> Mulatu Astatke. Their debut album 'Bea was released as a gatefold vinyl via Adderwell Music in Nov 2017
Daniel Inzani - piano,Celtic harp, accordion.
Caelia Lunniss - violin.
Harriet Riley - marimba, vibraphone.
Jo Silverston - cello