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December: 2006

Fri 08 :Dec - Toolshed Trio (Live) - Club Integral, Canterbury Arms, Canterbury Crescent, Brixton, London, England

Club Integral at the Canterbury Arms

Toolshed Trio featuring Graham Massey, Paddy Steer and Richard Harrison, Farmyard Animals Trio, Spaceheads and Superstrings

November: 2006

Sat 04 :Nov - Toolshed Lite (Live) - Gong Unconventional Gathering, Melkveg, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Gong Unconventional Gathering

Graham Massey and Graham Clark will be performing acoustic songs as part of the Gong Unconventional Gathering in Amsterdam. Amongst the other artists featured on the bill include Gong, Steve Hillage, System 7 and Eat Static.

September: 2006

Sat 23 :Sep - Toolshed (Live) - Cohesion Live Festival, Platt Fields Park, Manchester

Toolshed will be amongst the performers, including Elbow, Badly Drawn Boy, Graham Coxon, Andy Rourke & Friends, Lou Rhodes, I Am Kloot, Durutti Column and a DJ set by The Doves.

June: 2006

Sat 03 :June - Toolshed (Live) - Venn Festival 2006, Malcolm X Centre, 141 City Road, St Paul's, Bristol, England

June: 2006

Wed 17 :May - Toolshed (Live) - Trial & Error, Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen, 2-4 Hoxton Square, London, England

Toolshed - Hoxton 17 May 2006

"The voodoo soundtrack created by the drummers is terrifying but exhilarating. This percussion force is crucial, blasting the band off from dance music. The other key component is the brass section, whose enormous stabs of melody ensure that no matter how weird the Allstars get - and they certainly get weird - they are always orbiting around a killer tune. Everyone from avant jazzheads to techno kids should love them." (The Guardian on Toolshed [sic]) "Very loud guitars infused with mind-altering melody, with nods to Black Dice, Broadcast and Mogwai." (Flavourpill on Lions and Tigers)

Pictures on the Trial & Error website here

"Oh yeah...did we mention we had Graham Massey's TOOLSHED down for a rare as hens teeth London gig down at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen. Taking Sun-Ra as a starting point...I mean they literally started by covering Sun-Ra!...they proceeded over the next hour to whip the crowd into a wildly appreciative frenzy. I don't know if I ever saw Simon Lord and Findlay Brown more psyched. The air was buzzing. "FUKIN AMAZIN'....FUKIN A-MAZIN!" "

March: 2006

Mon 13 :March - Toolshed (Live) - Breezeblock BBC Radio 1 Session, Mary Anne Hobbs Show, Maida Vale, London, England

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