Sunday 1 April 2018:
Collective X & friends (Mark Sanders / John Edwards / Rachel Musson / Robert Menzel / Alya Al-Sultani / Joshua Idehen)
Sun 1 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, LondonCollective X is a 15-strong collective of musicians and poets exploring themes of minority experience, oppression, justice and connection in the digital age.
Four members of the Collective are joined by guests John Edwards and Rachel Musson developing the themes from Collective X´s upcoming album, Love & Protest.
Mark Sanders / drums
John Edwards / bass
Rachel Musson / tenor sax
Monday 2 April 2018:
Tuesday 3 April 2018:
Kammer Klang: Zwerm Ensemble perform Joanna Bailie & Earle Brown & John Dowland + Caterina Barbieri (live)
Tue 3 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, LondonPROGRAMME
Joanna Bailie, Last Song From Charleroi (2017), for 4 electric guitars and tape, 17?
Earle Brown, December 1952 (1952), 15?
John Dowland, Semper Dowland, Semper Dolens (1605), 10?
Wednesday 4 April 2018:
Wed 4 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, LondonZywizna is a collaborative project between two distinct voices in underground Polish music - Genowefa Lenarcik and Raphael Rogi?ski. With guitar and voice they re-realize traditional Kurpian folk songs within a new experimental context; making music that is as much about the past as it is about the possible future.
Raphael Roginski is one of the most exploratory guitarists to emerge in Europe
Thursday 5 April 2018:
Thu 5 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London"It’s a harrowing listen, and one of the most powerful and relevant works of art you’ll encounter this year." - THE QUIETUS
"Irreversible Entanglements’ self-titled debut wakes the frozen body to move, the dead mind to react, the mute mouth to scream resistance." - NPR
Irreversible Entanglements are a liberation-oriented free jazz collective formed in early 2015 by saxophonist Keir Neuring
Friday 6 April 2018:
Saturday 7 April 2018:
Sat 7 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London"Few if any other producers can touch an RP Boo beat for its sheer exhilaration factor." - The Quietus
RP Boo - a.k.a. Kavain Space is a man who is revered and respected amongst the dance music cognoscenti. He’s cited as one of the originators of Footwork, the fast, repetitive, rhythmically syncopated music & dance style that’s a grandchild of Chicago house and which has been brought to the wi
Sunday 8 April 2018:
Sun 8 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London"Širom create a captivating elixir...(the) band dig deep into an ancient sonic archive of mystical folk with their perfect distillation of instruments." - Louder Than War
Hailing from Slovenia, Širom play vividly textured and (mostly) imagined, instrumental folk musics. Handmade and global instrumentation meets fearless sound exploration.
Slovenia’s miniature, but incredibly diverse landsc
Monday 9 April 2018:
Mon 9 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London"The elements are all in constant motion, rarely droning for very long and often shuffling around the place manically. Were a footwork remix of Phill Niblock’s deepest tones called into existence, it wouldn’t be far off sounding something like this." - Tristan Bath, The Quietus, review of Jake Meginsky´s 'Seven Psychotropic Sinewave Palindromes’
Tuesday 10 April 2018:
Tue 10 Apr 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, LondonJames Rushford & Joe Talia are two distinctive and exploratory voices in the contemporary Australian underground. They first caught our ear with their wonderful 'Manhunter’ release on Graham Lambkin’s KYE label. Drawing upon strategies from contemporary composition, music concrete and improvisation, it weaves together greyscale electronics, dehumanized drum machines, amorphous vocal fragments, dom
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