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Run Logan Run + support band: Ripsy May


Andrew Neil Hayes (saxophones + FX)

Matt Brown (drum Kit + Percussion)


Run Logan Run are a head on collision of pounding tribal drums and screaming guttural saxophone. Architects of intense contrast the duo’s diverse and precise instrumentation regularly flirts with fragility and raw power.

Formed through a shared passion for improvisation, spiritual jazz and heavier experimental music, they have been authoring their own narrative in the new wave of crossover jazz, whilst touring the UK extensively, sharing stages with the likes of The Bad Plus, Colin Stetson, Melt Yourself Down and Shabaka Hutchings.

Their debut album ‘The Delicate Balance of Terror’ was produced by Danalogue & Betamax (The Comet Is Coming) instilling further idiosyncratic dynamics into their already distinctive sound.


“Haunting, visceral and free”

Thomas Rees (UK)

“Mesmerising patterns build and warp. This is deeply feeling music”

Dave Foxall (UK)

“Wildly inventive”

Tom Robinson (UK)

“You can quickly forget that Run Logan Run is the work of only two musicians”

Lottie Brazier (UK)

“Run Logan Run ought to be exactly where it’s at”

Daniel Spicer (UK)

“A raw, aggressive, and unrelentingly creative sound”

Robin Murray (UK)

“An evocative and mesmerising masterpiece”

Kelly Ronaldson (UK)



Ripsy May (vocals, synths)

Luke Turner (bass)

Albert Sayer (guitar)


Ripsy May’s sound could be aptly described as gazing straight into the heart of a woman so full of fire that even Poseidon himself couldn’t cool her flames.

Lovelorn lyricism weaved within the sultry sounds of modern city slumber is delivered by a voice which effortlessly walks the tightrope between jazz, love and loss. No need to add sugar to Luke ‘The Duke’ Turner’s caramel bass lines. The Duke plays it sweet every single time.
 Mr Albert Sayer will be shredding the Fender Strat with the finesse of a tempest and the heart of an antelope.
Latest release, ‘Colour of your eyes’ premiered on Boiler room 4:3.

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