Archive for November, 2016
Salad (Undressed) – LIVE
The Woodentops (solo show) LIVE
Diesel (XPress 2)
Ben Osborne (Noise of Art)
and more to be announced
The Hampshire Hog
227 Kings Street, London W6 9JT
Tickets from £5 early bird to £12 for party only (bar food available)
Free entry to entertainment for NYE dinners with a special NYE menu from the Hog’s renown kitchen.
Thursday 8 December, 2016. St Martin’s Place London WC2H 0HE.
DJ Ben Osborne plays a set inspired by the portraits at Central London’s iconic art gallery. spinning an electronic set spanning everything from classic techno, punk-funk, galactic house, to deep down and dirty disco.
Ben Osborne is the founder of Noise of Art and is a DJ, musician, writer and broadcaster. He tours internationally at club nights and festivals and has worked at the forefront of digital music, and written extensively about music for newspapers and magazines, including for DJ Mag, Music Week, The Guardian, and i-D. He has published a biography of the Arctic Monkeys and his book on the development of electronic music and club culture has been described as ‘essential’ by Gilles Peterson.
Noise of Art is delighted that the flagship London club Fabric is going to re-open. Earlier this month Noise of Art joined a panel of speakers at The Museum of London to discuss the implications of the club’s threatened closure on the future of club and music culture in London. The event was part of a night organised by Andrew Rutland and Martin Green. The panel was put together and moderated by Alan D Miller, Chairman of The Night Time Industries Association. Speakers included presenter and journalist Sunta Templeton, Andy Blackett (Head of Events and Promotions, Fabric), Henry Scott Irvine (Activist for Save Tin Pan Alley), journalist Kate Spicer and Noise of Art’s Ben Osborne. It was a good and far-ranging discussion, highlighting throughout that we need to protect the capital’s vibrant culture in all its forms. Fabric staying open is fabulous news. A viable and internationally recognised cultural venue has been saved. Congratulations everyone.