All posts tagged Cafe Oto
The Minnesota duo bring their pretty music to Dalston’s favourite experimental music cafe.
Rapid fire improvisation from two of experimental music’s most intriguing figures.
The NY composer/multi-instrumentalist provides an insight into his “Cold Pin” installation – in which piano strings are placed along walls and set into vibratory life through motorised devices – ahead of his performance at PAN Festival at Cafe Oto this week.
Ahead of his upcoming performance at Cafe Oto (presented by Small But Perfectly Formed), I spoke to colossally influential percussionist Z’EV.
With institutions such as SoundFjord gallery and Sound And Music arising in recent years, is the increasing exposure of Sound Art necessarily leading to a greater overall comprehension of it?
A rare UK performance from the minimalist, microtonal veteran.
A short introduction to the music of Phill Niblock ahead of his rare UK appearance at Cafe Oto next month.