Friday, November 30, 2012
Café Oto is apparently the place to go in London for experimental music, and there's none more experimental than this. Andy Saunders of Towering Inferno has put it together. Who? Look up their stunning album Kaddish: as Wiki has it, "It reflects on The Holocaust and includes East European folk singing [the peerless Márta Sebestyén], Rabbinical chants, klezmer fiddling, sampled voices (including Hitler's), heavy metal guitar and industrial synthesizer. Brian Eno described it as "the most frightening record I have ever heard"." Come on!