Otomo Yoshihide Fushitsusha (feat. Keiji Haino)


Two of the most important exponents of experimental music in Japan pay homage to one another. Otomo Yhoshihide’s creative output is usually placed in the genre of free improvisation. But while most of his fellow musicians cultivate a clearly recognizable style, there is hardly any expressive form that he has not worked with. His solo performance will be fol­low­ed by a reunion with Fushitsusha, a trio centred around the noise guitar­ist and singer Keiji Haino. The legendary band is giving one of its first concerts in twelve years.          

Das Konzert ist eine Zusammenarbeit mit dem Skanu Mesz Festival in Riga sowie CTM Festival Berlin. Unterstützt durch die Japan Foundation.


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    Fri 25.10.2013, 20:00 / HAU1


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