Pics by Emily Doyle
Out on the road with her latest album, Approaching Singularity: Music For The End Of Time, Mary Ocher will be playing the clubs, venues, and “safe spaces to be weird” of Europe until near enough the end of March.
A 14 track journey through the dark corners of society and back out into the light, with an accompanying essay, Ocher’s 2023 LP sees collaboration with avant-garde luminaries including Italian composer Roberto Cacciapaglia to Mogwai’s Barry Burns.
There are also two tracks with percussion duo Your Government, who feature heavily across May Ocher’s back catalogue and co-released the titular LP Mary Ocher + Your Government in 2016.
Coming through Birmingham on one of her eight UK dates, with another two in the Republic of Ireland, Mary Ocher headlined an evening at Digbeth’s Centrala on Friday 26 January – with local support from Rosie Tee and Steckdose, and her French play pal for the evening Hassan K.
Emily Doyle was there to snap happy for a special PHOTO GALLERY for Birmingham Review, viddy below my droogs.
Mary Ocher + Rosie Tee, Hassan K, Steckdose @ Centrala 26.01.24 / Emily Doyle
For more on Mary Ocher visit www.maryocher.com
For more from Centrala, including full listings and links to online tickets sales, visit www.centrala-space.org.uk