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More Releases from Black Carrot
We have come to realise recently that Carrot HQ is groaning under the weight of unreleased material so in an effort to remedy this and placate/delight a grateful public, we are currently working on a 7 album release. Comprising 3 studio sessions, recordings of Kafka’s "Metamorphosis", "Hansel and Gretal" and "The Mariner ’s Rest" with Nigel Parkin and a live DVD and CD of the "Essays of Mutilation and Despair" performance, these will all be available from our Shop.

Upcoming Field Trips
Friday 15th December
Black Carrot play with The Tajalli Vortex www.thetajallivortex.com , Eaten By Children vs. Opi Messia and con_fuzed at The Grapes, Trippets Lane, Sheffield. More details when available.

Monday 18th December
Black Carrot play at Doctor Browns, Middlesborough Support tbc. More details when available.

Friday 5th March 2007
A way off, this one. Black Carrot headline the Labour Club, Charles Street, Northampton. Support tbc.

 



 

   

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”Cluk” MCITYM02
£9.99 +p&p - more


"The Mariner’s Rest"
MCITYM04
£5.99 +p&p - more



Read Rod Warner’s review of “The Mariner’s Rest” and “Essays in Mutliation And Despair”

The Carrot’s appearance at Club Sporadic, Loughborough

“Black Carrot come from the sleepy provincial town of Market Harborough, where they have clearly evolved in splendid isolation.

A trio with drums, bass and saxophones, they play a fierce, largely improvised set of what they themselves style krautrock-inspired space jazz folk. Certainly, if you have any fondness for Can or Faust, or perhaps more recently the American band Morphine, you are going to find something to love about Black Carrot.”
Pat Fish - The Masters Of Budvar/The Jazz Butcher

 

 

 

Saturday 11th February 2006
supporting The Thurston Lava Tube, upstairs at the Princess Charlotte, Leicester.

Saturday 3rd December 2005
The Harborough Theatre, Market Harborough. The Carrot, ably aided by bard supreme Nigel Parkin, improvise an evening of Edgar Allan Poe tales. Tickets £4 in advance from ABC Music, £5 on the door.

Der Ball Ist Rund Feature
‘The Smarmy Marches On Its Hammock’ from “Cluk” featured on Klaus Walter’s programme on German Radio hr3 on November 30th 2005

Thursday 3rd November 2005
The Tin Angel, Coventry with support from Chris Corsano and others. Tickets £3 in advance, £4 on the door.

Saturday October 22nd 2005
Club Sporadic, The Swan In The Rushes, Loughborough

Mixing It Feature
The Carrot’s ‘Sweat of the White Man’ is to feature on Radio 3’s Mixing It programme, Friday 16th September 2005, 10.15pm.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/mixingit/