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Loitered Lens : Othon

Othon – ‘a joyous celebration with a meze of cultural references’. Photos

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

‘It was mesmerizing, scary in parts and often hypnotic, but above all a joyous celebration with a meze of cultural references.

From the mournful violin and intense flute to the tribal drums and soaring falsetto… this was the musical equivalent of opening a fairytale pop-up book and watching the characters jump out and dance around your head.’

Carl Batson, reviewing Othon live at the Garage, Islington.

And, in Where’s Wally style, keep your eyes peeled for the Marc Almond cameo.

A picture of Othon by Carl Batsonb

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl Batson

A picture of Othon by Carl BatsonAll photos by Carl Byron Batson. Not to be reproduced without express permission from the photographer.

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