Cafe Oto

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Cafe Oto 18-22 Ashwin St
    E8 3DL

  • Venue phone:

    020 7923 1231

  • Venue website:

  • Transport:

    Rail: Dalston Junction Overground

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What's on at Cafe Oto



Evan Parker/John Edwards/Mark Sanders/Mikolaj Trzaska

Experimental and free improvisation

  • Critics' choice

Supreme improviser Evan Parker joins Polish saxophonist Mikolaj Trzaska for a gig of free jazz delivered via the saxophonists’ impressive technique and distinctive sounds. They’ll be supported by bassist John Edwards and drummer Mark Sanders, who will...

  1. Wed Sep 3
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £10, £8 adv
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Grimm Grimm

Folk, Electro

Koichi Yamanoha (also of Screaming Tea Party) performs psychedelic space-folk with acoustic guitar, effects pedals and a tape machine. Support at  this single launch show comes from Serafina Steer and Moon Zero.

  1. Wed Sep 17
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £6, adv £5
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Ken Vandermark/Eddie Prévost

Experimental and free improvisation

  • Critics' choice

A two-day residency from two singular improvising talents: American saxophonist Ken Vandermark (Vandermark 5, Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, Fire Room) and percussionist and AMM-founder Eddie Prévost. Chicago-based Vandermark is known for his multifaceted...

  1. Fri Sep 19 – Sat Sep 20
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £12-£20
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Kjetil Moster/John Edwards/Dag Erik Knedal Andersen


The saxophone player and his accompanying musicians perform improvised and experimental music.

  1. Sun Sep 7
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £10, adv £8
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Magik Markers

Rock 'n' roll, Noise

The three-piece group from Hartford, Connecticut performs noise-rock.

  1. Tue Sep 23
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £12, adv £10
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Mississippi Records On Tour

Country, Folk, Blues

A film, talk and live performances from Marisa Anderson, Lori Goldston and Dragging An Ox Through Water, in an evening of entertainment paying homage to the record label and hosted by its boss, Eric Isaacson.

  1. Mon Sep 15
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £10
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The Necks

Jazz and experimental

  • Critics' choice

The leftfield Australian avant jazz-trio return to Cafe Oto for a second three-night run, having sold out their November residency at the venue. Packing krautrock and electronica flourishes, they rarely sound like just a piano/bass/drums trio.

The Necks
  1. Mon Oct 6 – Wed Oct 8
  2. Cafe Oto
  3. £15 (one night adv), £18 (one night), £4...
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