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Described as the 'new sound of UK Jazz, by Gilles Peterson Roller Trio is the latest band to explode out of the fertile Leeds music scene where experimental jazz rubs shoulders with DIY alt rock and electronic. In 2012 they’ve been nominated for a Mercury award, a MOBO and also in the “Best UK Newcomer” category in the Jazz FM Awards.

Roller Trio are James Mainwairing tenor sax and electronics, Luke Wynter guitar and Luke Reddin-Williams on drums, still in their early '20s they met whilst studying at Leeds College of Music. Luke W and Luke RW began jamming together before James (LRW's ... Read more

Described as the 'new sound of UK Jazz, by Gilles Peterson Roller Trio is the latest band to explode out of the fertile Leeds music scene where experimental jazz rubs shoulders with DIY alt rock and electronic. In 2012 they’ve been nominated for a Mercury award, a MOBO and also in the “Best UK Newcomer” category in the Jazz FM Awards.

Roller Trio are James Mainwairing tenor sax and electronics, Luke Wynter guitar and Luke Reddin-Williams on drums, still in their early '20s they met whilst studying at Leeds College of Music. Luke W and Luke RW began jamming together before James (LRW's ex-flat mate) joined in. They started playing and jamming together as a trio and it was immediately apparent that they had a special chemistry. Their music is a fresh, visceral stew of conventional and experimental sounds that features stonking riffs, thrashy noise, evocative songs and electronic soundscapes. `their invigorating mix of rock riffs, angular drums, electronic loops and James powerful tone and use of circular breathing and multiphonics mark them out as a powerful new band in their own right – one with their own unique voice.

They are 2011 winners of the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award administered by the Musicians Benevolent Fund.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Described as the 'new sound of UK Jazz, by Gilles Peterson Roller Trio is the latest band to explode out of the fertile Leeds music scene where experimental jazz rubs shoulders with DIY alt rock and electronic. In 2012 they’ve been nominated for a Mercury award, a MOBO and also in the “Best UK Newcomer” category in the Jazz FM Awards.

Roller Trio are James Mainwairing tenor sax and electronics, Luke Wynter guitar and Luke Reddin-Williams on drums, still in their early '20s they met whilst studying at Leeds College of Music. Luke W and Luke RW began jamming together before James (LRW's ex-flat mate) joined in. They started playing and jamming together as a trio and it was immediately apparent that they had a special chemistry. Their music is a fresh, visceral stew of conventional and experimental sounds that features stonking riffs, thrashy noise, evocative songs and electronic soundscapes. `their invigorating mix of rock riffs, angular drums, electronic loops and James powerful tone and use of circular breathing and multiphonics mark them out as a powerful new band in their own right – one with their own unique voice.

They are 2011 winners of the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award administered by the Musicians Benevolent Fund.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Described as the 'new sound of UK Jazz, by Gilles Peterson Roller Trio is the latest band to explode out of the fertile Leeds music scene where experimental jazz rubs shoulders with DIY alt rock and electronic. In 2012 they’ve been nominated for a Mercury award, a MOBO and also in the “Best UK Newcomer” category in the Jazz FM Awards.

Roller Trio are James Mainwairing tenor sax and electronics, Luke Wynter guitar and Luke Reddin-Williams on drums, still in their early '20s they met whilst studying at Leeds College of Music. Luke W and Luke RW began jamming together before James (LRW's ex-flat mate) joined in. They started playing and jamming together as a trio and it was immediately apparent that they had a special chemistry. Their music is a fresh, visceral stew of conventional and experimental sounds that features stonking riffs, thrashy noise, evocative songs and electronic soundscapes. `their invigorating mix of rock riffs, angular drums, electronic loops and James powerful tone and use of circular breathing and multiphonics mark them out as a powerful new band in their own right – one with their own unique voice.

They are 2011 winners of the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award administered by the Musicians Benevolent Fund.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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