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Noise Of Art - Spring Festival

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Noise of Art - Spring festival

Celebrating the convergence of music and visual art in the digital age...

... Friday 28 April - Friday 5 May, a week of events transforming the National Film Theatre into a riverside club running from 7pm until 2am, introducing hot new Parisian acts at BarMusic Hall, launching I:Cube's new LP at the Social, transfroming Tate Britain into a two floor music venue on Friday 5 May and a closing party at the Key with winners of Gilles Peterson's club of the year, the Unabombers. Full details below:

At a glance...

Friday 28 April National Film Theatre, Nathan Fake Vincent Oliver I:Cube Tekyes Man Like Me and Les Hommes Du Train DJ Simon Rigg (Phonica) Adam Barry and Ben Osborne (Klunk Klik / Slipped Disco), plus video art by Rob Davis 7pm - 2am.

Saturday 29 April National Film Theatre, film-makers Mitchell & Kenyon with live electronic music played by Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly), Les Hommes Du Train, Vector Lovers, Chris Coco and A Man Called Adam, followed by Spektrum and other live acts and DJs plus video art. 7pm until 2am.

Sunday 30 April Noise of ARt presents Slipped Disco, with Sebastian (Ed Banger) and Kavinsky (Record Makers), Ben Osborne (Train) and Tekyes. Bar Music Hall, Curtain Road, Hoxton. Free Entry 6pm - 12 midnight

Thursday 4 May, Noise of Art presents I:Cube album launch The Social, Little Portland Street.Friday 5 May, Part one: Tate Britain, Millbank. I:Cube Live, Vector Lovers debut live performance new video project, A Man Called Adam presents Hooked On Classical live, Les Hommes Du Train Live, Man Like Me Live, Fred Deakin, A1 People. Temposhark and more.

Friday 5 May Part Two Noise of Art Vs The Unabombers at Skookum, The Key, Kings Cross Goods Yard, 11pm - 5am.Skookum and Noise of Art present the Artfer pArty with Unabombers (5hour set), I:Cube (Versatile, Paris), Chris Coco (BBC Radio 1), Ben Osborne (Slipped Disco), Alex Chase (PIAS), Dom Chung (Skookum), Sean Brosnan (Skookum). £10 (£6 b4 12 with discount flyer from Tate event).


Full details:

Friday 28 April Noise of Art at the National Film Theatre, presents Nathan Fake performing the live show for his critically acclaimed LP ‘Drowning in a Sea of Love' with Vincent Oliver creating live visuals. Plus I:Cube performing ‘Live At The Planetarium’ - world debut performance accompanied by visuals from artist Tekyes. NFT riverside bar will be transformed into a club with live sets from Man Like Me and Les Hommes Du Train and DJ sets from Simon Rigg (Phonica) Adam Barry and Ben Osborne (Klunk Klik / Slipped Disco), plus video art by Rob Davis. National Film Theatre, Southbank, London. Tickets £11.50 / £8.25 (Concs), pub prices, riverside terrace, from 7pm, films 8:45pm, DJs and acts club night until 2am.

There will be a screening of the classic ‘Metropolis’ at 5:40pm - tickets £8.50 see NFT website for booking details.

Saturday 29 April Noise of ARt presents silent movies by the pioneering British film-makers Mitchell & Kenyon with live electronic music played by Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly), Les Hommes Du Train, Vector Lovers, Chris Coco and A Man Called Adam, followed by Spektrum and other live acts and DJs plus video art. Transforming British film history and providing an amazing window on to everyday life at the dawn of the 20th century, the films of Mitchell & Kenyon represent the most exciting film discovery of recent times, and they're brought to life in this experimental marriage with electronic music. With a soundtrack that ranges from playground chill out, to warped disco and industrial techno. The NFT riverside bar will be transformed into a club. National Film Theatre, South Bank. Tickets £11.50 (concs) £8.25 DJs from 7pm film 8:45pm club night until 2am.

NFT tickets from 0207 928 3232 Open 11.30am to 8.30pm

The Chaplin classic ‘Modern Times’ will be shown at 6:10 - tickets £8.50 see NFT website for booking details.

Sunday 30 April Noise of ARt presents Slipped Disco, with two stars of Paris’ burgeoning New French Revolution - Sebastian (Ed Banger) and Kavinsky (Record Makers), Ben Osborne (Train) and special guests from Paris. Bar Music Hall, Curtain Road, Hoxton. Free Entry 6pm - 12 midnight

The latest star to begin to shine on the Parisian electronic scene, Sebastian has already made a mark with his remixes of Daft Punk, Annie, Cut Copy and Benjamin Theves. He’s one one of the top producers spearheading the New French revolution. Kavinsky is the latest electronic act to break out of the Record Makers label. Kavinsky’s label mates include the maverick Sebastian Tellier and Arpanet and he's a long time sparing partner of Mr Oiseau.

Thursday 4 May, Noise of Art presents I:Cube album launch of ‘Live At The Planetarium‘ (Versatile), plus Ben Osborne (DJ) The Social, Little Portland Street. Free Entry 7.30pm- 12 midnight. Free entry.

Friday 5 May, Noise of Art at Tate Britain, Millbank. The Tate will be transformed into a spectacular two floor music venue, with a dancefloor downstairs and the best looking ambient chill out room you’ve ever seen upstairs. There will be two bars and a restaurant. Music will be performed by I:Cube Live, Vector Lovers debut live performance new video project, A Man Called Adam presents Hooked On Classical live, Les Hommes Du Train Live, Man Like Me Live, Fred Deakin, A1 People. Temposhark and more.

Friday 5 May The closing party. Noise of Art Vs The Unabombers at Skookum, The Key, Kings Cross Goods Yard, 11pm - 5am.Skookum and Noise of Art present the Artfer pArty with Unabombers (5hour set), I:Cube (Versatile, Paris), Chris Coco (BBC Radio 1), Ben Osborne (Slipped Disco), Alex Chase (PIAS), Dom Chung (Skookum), Sean Brosnan (Skookum). £10 (£6 b4 12 with discount flyer from Tate event).

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Last updated: 19/04/2018 05:40:12

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