London Cafe Oto, United Kingdom
Free jazz and improvised music trio in a three day residency,
joined by pianist Alexander Von Schlippenbach (28 May) and trombone
player Christof Thewes (29). London Cafe Oto, 27–29 May, 8pm, £27
(three day pass), £12/£10 (per day).
A new label for improvised music has been launched, called
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a lifelong passion for electronic simulacra, says Dan Barrow. Plus:
A sound poetry Primer, Mary Halvorson's Invisible Jukebox, Scott
Walker's MOR covers and TV shows, London's improv disciples,
Benedict Drew, Laurel Halo, Sean McCann and more.
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