Sometimes DRASTiC, Often FANTASTiC, Never PLASTiC!

10(to 16!) Piece musical barmy army with many, many instruments!!!

(...instruments not pictured...)

We are extremely happy to announce that we have gained some funding from the PRS For Music Foundation in order to record our debut album which will include the 2005 Jerwood/Cheltenham International Jazz Festival commission 'Random Wishes and Abstract Dream'. We will hold and informal show and tell session at London's Southbank Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hall on May 22nd before heading into the studio the following week. Please come down and support the cause.



ESKA: Vocals, Violin, etc  

Marcina Arnold: Vocals, Percussion, Guitar, etc 

Emma Smith: Violin, Vocals, Alto Sax, etc

Ellen Blair: Vocals, Viola, etc  

Jason Yarde: Soprano, Alto, Bari Saxes, Perc, Piano etc

Julian Siegel: Tenor Sax, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Double Bass, etc 

Shanti Jayasinha: Trumpet, Cello, Perc,  Vox, etc 

Harry Brown: Trombone, Euphonium, Piano, etc

Benet Mclean: Piano, Vocals, Violin, Alto Sax, Guitar, etc

Neil Charles: Double Bass, Perc, Vox, etc

Orphy Robinson: Vibes, Marimba/bula, Steel Pan, Perc, Sop Sax, etc

Seb Rochford: Drum Set, Vox, Guitar, etc 


Corey Mwamba: Vibes, Marimba, Piano, etc 

 Daniel Louis: Steel Pans, Percussion, etc 

Conor Chaplin: Double Bass, Tenor Saxophone, etc




Amanda Drummond: Vocals, Viola, etc

Trevor Mires: Trombone, Bass Trumpet, etc  

Andrew McCormack: Piano, Melodica, Perc etc

PRS for Music Foundation is the UK's leading funder of new music across all genres. Since 2000 PRS for Music Foundation has given more than £19.5 million to over 4,600 new music initiatives by awarding grants and leading partnership programmes that support music sector development. Widely respected as an adventurous and proactive funding body, PRS for Music Foundation supports an exceptional range of new music activity- from composer residencies and commissions to festivals and showcases in the UK and overseas.