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Monday 6 August 2018:
Rob Noyes + Jon Collin Monday 6 August 2018

Mon 6 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
"His technical proficiency on the 12-string-astonishing as it is-recedes in importance behind the sheer joy and manic propulsion he brings to the music. Though his work is largely free of Fahey’s blues thrust, Noyes weaves a rich stylistic fabric from diverse sources, whether he’s reflecting Basho’s hammering mastery of the 12-string or revealing a more meditative side of his personality that sugg

Thursday 9 August 2018:
Container / XT (trio) Thursday 9 August 2018

Thu 9 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
maxed-out drum patterns, spiralling loops and mesmerising arrangements makes for live music of serious

Friday 10 August 2018:
Container + Silver Waves Friday 10 August 2018

Fri 10 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
maxed-out drum patterns, spiralling loops and mesmerising arrangements makes for live music of serious

Saturday 11 August 2018:
David Grubbs - Now that the audience is assembled Saturday 11 August 2018

Sat 11 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
David Grubbs celebrates the publication of his new book, Now that the audience is assembled , with a reading and a solo performance.
Following his investigation into experimental music and sound recording in Records Ruin the Landscape , Grubbs turns his attention to the live performance of improvised music with an altogether different form of writing. Now that the audience is assembled is a bo

Tuesday 14 August 2018:
Lydia Lunch & Weasel Walter: Brutal Measures Tuesday 14 August 2018

Tue 14 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Lydia Lunch and Weasel Walter present "Brutal Measures", a longform composition featuring tense spoken word versus manic free drumming outbursts, glued together by cryptic electronics.
"Of all the great unions of underground music, rock and otherwise; Bowie and Eno, Nick Cave and Blixa Bargeld, Justin Broadrick and Kevin Martin, John Cale and Terry Riley, Sonny Sharrock and Peter Brotzzman, an

Wednesday 15 August 2018:
Otim Alpha Wednesday 15 August 2018

Wed 15 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Otim Alpha is a Ugandan singer and musician, playing on adungu and nganga. In the early 00s, he started reinterpreting Acholi "Larakaraka" wedding songs with Leo Paleyeng, using a computer to achieve a unique combination of electronic sounds and traditional instrumentation. The resulting music is fast paced, polyrhythmic - and perfect for the dancefloor.
"You may not have heard of electro acho

Sunday 19 August 2018:
Trestle Records Presents: One Day Band Live Charles Hayward / Chris Sharkey / Jack Wyllie + Max Hallett / Tom Herbert / Pete Bennie / Bex Burch Sunday 19 August 2018

Sun 19 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
The One Day Band sessions are an ongoing programme of recorded improvisations hosted by Trestle Records. This will be the first time that the session has left the studio to be recorded live in front of an audience. The idea is to facilitate an environment for musicians to meet and collaborate with one another on a record made in a day. Often the musicians are meeting for the first time in the stud

Thursday 30 August 2018:
Mdou Moctar Thursday 30 August 2018

Thu 30 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
together out of planks of wood. It was years later before he found a "real" guitar, teaching himself in
... ." In 2017, he again shifted gears to another sound with "Sousoume Tamachek," a mellow blissed out... North America, playing sold out shows from small DIY rock clubs in Portland to New York City’s Lincoln

Friday 31 August 2018:
Phill Niblock + Tim Shaw Friday 31 August 2018

Fri 31 Aug 2018, 19:30 - Café Oto, London
Niblock, for his first OTO show in over two years; this time as part of a double-header with artist, Tim



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