All posts tagged Cafe Oto
In the first instalment of our TAIWANESE EXPERIMENTAL MUSIC PREVIEW, event organiser Lucia H Chung discusses improvisatory immediacy, no-input feedback and the distance from home.
Ahead of his appearance at Unconscious Archives, the London-based artist discusses the intricacies of contact mic creation and the percussive symphonies of the Norfolk coast.
The Madrid-born sound artist discusses extreme dynamic range and the arrangement of space, ahead of his quadrophonic performance at Cafe Oto this Saturday.
Cafe Oto plays host to an eclectic, chaotic congregation of the Japanese avant garde.
Following her performance as part of The New Experimentalists at Southbank – and just an hour prior to winning The Arts Foundation grant at the 2014 awards – Rie Nakajima spoke to ATTN about performance context, audience reaction and sculptural sound.
The shortlist for The Arts Foundation Award evoke an eclectic freeze-frame of contemporary and experimental music: Jennifer Walshe, Richard Skelton, Rie Nakajima and Lina Lapelyte.
A quiet and engrossed Cafe Oto plays host to two artists orbiting the sphere of singer/songwriter.
ATTN returns to Oto for cryptic modular synthesis, broken violins and clattering drum improvisation.
Ahead of an audio/visual performance at South London Gallery next month, nO!semaker Russell Haswell talks to ATTN about 80s black metal shows and the release of his new full length, FACTUAL.
The Minnesota duo bring their pretty music to Dalston’s favourite experimental music cafe.