Chris Cundy and James Dunn have worked together in a variety of live projects since 1996. The duo of Grace & Delete deals with a direct approach to free improvisation. The music is governed by an endless variety of sounds, organised by will of an apparently anarchic instrumental relationship. The bass clarinet is played acoustically and explores an inventive vocabulary with its electronic counter part. A custom programmed screen-less laptop has been modified to allow for the transference of triggered sounds, to and fro, within its system. The minor role of an ironic go-between is played by a Tinnitus Analyser with its detected noises becoming elevated to electronic sounds in their own right. In the midst of this spontaneity of thought, a unity of sound is found within the music.