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New events in London, Cardiff, Prague and France

by on Mar.26, 2018, under clubs, Events, music, performance art, theatre

Amy Lamé & Ben Osborne BBC6 Music

This month’s events include music for a new play in Cardiff, DJ sets in Prague and London and on going preparations for Marseilles in July and Chateau Perché in August. There is an interview with Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne on Amy Lamé’s BBC6 Radio show, which discusses some of these events and the relationship between music and art, here – but there’s only a few days left to hear it. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09sv646

Meanwhile, this week sees Ben Osborne play 93 Feet East in Brick Lane on Thursday 29 March, as Salad Undressed (aka Salad) launch their LP. The line-up includes fast rising Czech indie acts The Silver Spoons and Maella, Advance tickets are on sale here for a mere £7. http://www.wegottickets.com/event/431838

Camden underground returns to The Constitution, on the canal in the Camden/ Kings Cross hinterlands, on Good Friday. And DJ Ben Osborne will be collaborating at the Royal Welsh College of Drama and Music with playwright Sophie Rashbrook and director Polly Graham, on the soundtrack for Sophie’s new play Ralph – Enemy Alien, with workshop performances in Wales and London in early April.

Ben Osborne will also return to Prague’s Cross club on Saturday 21 April, in the lead up to a series of events there later this year.

Friday 4 May also sees the launch of Vors Sprung, a new live electronic project, with A Man Called Adam, Orka, Ben 0 & Maella and Sorrdes playing live.

Looking a bit further into the future, Noise of Art’s exhibtion on French Electronic Music moves to Marseilles on 26 July and Tickets for the beautiful Chateau Perché Festival, 10-12 August in central France, are now on sale here and will sell out quick http://chateauperche.com.

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Trans Europe Express Launches Friday 6 June

by on Jun.02, 2014, under Events


TEE, a new monthly platform for European music, launches in London on Friday 6 June with live guests Griefjoy (Nice), Cleo T (Paris) and Ben Hauke (London) plus guest DJs David Agrella (Italy) and Craig Allison (UK). Resident DJs (on rotation) include Noise of Art’s Ben Osborne (UK), Nico de Ceglia (Italy), Mathieu Maddesson (France) and Severino (Italy).

Having taken Liverpool Sound City festival by storm, Griefjoy return for their second London gig. Their sound combines rock intensity with the heart tugging emotion of A Reminiscent Drive and the pure dance floor energy of Justice. Their only other London gig to date sold-out the Lexington.

Fast rising Parisian electro chanteuse Cleo T first started turning heads when she won Paris’ Young Talent contest in 2012. Since then she’s formed a band and recorded her debut LP  ‘Songs of Gold & Shadow’ with producer John Parish. She went down a storm at this years The Great Escape festival.

New signing to Chris Coco’s Melodica imprint, Ben Hauke is an 18-year-old master of live sample looping, creating one-off live re-cuts on vintage samplers that repurpose everything from found sounds to jazz, classical music, hip hop and electro.

Taking place throughout 93 Feet East’s live room, DJ bar and courtyard terrace, the night is being run in partnership with Oui Love and the French Music Export Office in London.

Free Entry all night.
Friday 6 June, 6pm – 1 am, 93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

Next nights:
Friday 4 July with Mental Overdrive (Norway) Bosca (Berlin) and more to be announced.

Friday 1 August, Woodbridge Art and Music Event launch party.
More information and discount tickets for Woodbridge Art and Music Event on 9&10 August here;

Eventbrite - Woodbridge Arts & Music - Live! By The River 2014

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7 Year Itch – Friday 20 January

by on Dec.05, 2011, under Events

Slipped Disco kicks off its celebration of seven years of forward thinking music with a night of seminal DJs and up-and-coming bands.

DIESEL + JUSTIN ROBERTSON + BEN OSBORNE + BLEEDING HEART NARRATIVE + KEVIN PEARCE BAND + FRED’S HOUSE + RYAN KEEN + PETER HEPWORTH

93 Feet East
150 Brick Lane
Whitechapel
London
E1 6RU
7pm-1am FREE entry all night

Split over two rooms, a live room and a club room, and featuring everything from bumping b-line house to live electronica, alt folk and deep techno. The DJ line-up sees Justin Robertson (Madchester mainstay and Lion Rock founder) and Diesel, half of Xpress 2 (who release their first album in five years in January 2012), spin alongside resident DJ Ben Osborne.

The live room is a double header, as Bleeding Heart Narrative, who’ve been turning heads with their Brain Love released Bison mini LP, are joined by hot new electronic talent, Kevin Pearce, whose debut single, Don’t Fall Down, has just been chosen for Music Week’s best of 2011 CD. Expect to hear a lot more from these two acts in 2012.

Singer songwriter Ryan Keen is another act whos threatening to breakthrough this year, as is Cambridge based Fred’s House, whose vocal harmonies take their cue from the late Sixties. Starting off the live music on the night will be East-Anglian troubadour Peter Hepworth.

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Noise of Art: Paris, Rome, Prague and London, 93 Feet East

by on Sep.30, 2011, under Events

Friday 30 September
93 Feet east, 150 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
7pm – 1 am Free

Acid Washed (France)
Hyena Stomp aka Severino and Nico de Ceglia (Italia)
Dec Shoes (London)
Hentai Corporation (Prague)
Ben Osborne
The People Pile
Your Mum
Beef Warehouse
Cosmic Onion Field
Rupert The Brewer
Overlap
And more to be announced

Continuing Noise of Art’s cross London, pan-European celebration, which sees sister events taking place in Paris and Rome, Noise of Art steps into 93 Feet East for a Rome vs Paris, Prague and London four way dance off.


Signed to hot Parisian label Record Makers (home to acts as diverse as Sebastian Tellier and Kavinksy and originally set up by Air), Acid Washed are a live electronic duo who squelch a myriad influences into their post acid techno sound. Comprised of Richard d’Alpert and Andrew Claristidge, the duo takes Chicago house and Detroit techno, add some Giorgio Moroder and end-up somewhere in a late Sixties cyber world.

Italian partners in crime Severino and Nico de Ceglia, have made names for themselves on the London scene through their associations with Horse Meat Disco and Radio 1’s Essential Selection. Hyena Stomp, their joint Italo project, kicks out the finest house sets this side of Nineties Rimini.

New London act Dec Shoes have spent the summer playing everything from festival main stages to low ceilinged street bars this summer with their live vocal and vinyl sets. Their sound combines, house, techno and bass.

Hentai Corporation are what Led Zeppelin would have sounded like if they’d formed after drum n bass had been invented – and grown-up listening to traditional Czech music and Napalm Death. Prog rock done Prague style.

Holding it all together, Noise of Art founder and resident DJ Ben Osborne will be heading-up the mix down in the Pink Room with homeboy Rupert The Brewer kicking things off with a fine selection of his home made funky jams.

Reading and Leeds Festival favourites, Beef Warehouse, will be bring their stadium filling sound to the Red Rooms smaller ambience, mashing through the genres in their inimitable DJ style, while Cosmic Onion Field will be providing their warped brand of psycho-delic atmospherics

Visuals, dance and performance come courtesy of the awesomely creative project The People Pile, and the stunning projections of Your Mum and Overlap.

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Dance of The Vampire at The Playground Vs Noise of Art

by on Sep.17, 2009, under Events

Ben Osborne DJ set at Dance of the Vampires
Noise of Art is bringing its acclaimed cross platform art club show to the East End and will be joining our good friends at The Playground on 31st October for this year’s Halloween bash.

The Playground Vs. Noise of Art
Halloween, Saturday 31st October
Time: 4pm – 4am
£8 adv £10 door
93 Feet East
150 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
Noise of Art’s “Dance of the Vampire” with a live collaboration between members of They Came From The Stars and I Saw Them, Les Hommes Du Train, Ben Osborne -DJ set, plus costumes, visuals and performance art by Immaculate Extremists, Overlap, Your Mum, MOTH. In The Playgroundlive sets from Man Like Me, My Tiger My Timing, My Toys Like Me, Trash Fashion, The Midi Midis, Glitches, The Teeth, Kindle, Gene Serene Plus DJs and burlesque DARKORSE-DJ set, Rack ‘n’ Ruin – DJ Set, Afro Punk-DJ set Slinky Sparkle, Chris Columbine, Little Bo Freak and Lydia Darling – Burlesque.

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