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Noise of Art Launches End of WW1 Centenary in Prague

by on Sep.10, 2018, under clubs, Events, music, music and film, performance art

Noise of Art is organising a marathon launch party for a its latest project, Century of Sounds, in Prague, featuring two months of events marking 100 years since the end of World War One – and the creation of the Czech state – with Brit DJs Tom Findlay ( Groove Armada ) and Ben Osborne ( Noise of Art ), Italian house star Angelo Ferreri , Pat Heart from French Guiana , and Czech DJs Tráva, Risto, Telly Savalas, Smeghouse, Skeledan, DJ Slater, Scannt, Silhouette and more…

The line-up launches a series of events highlighting the music and art that followed WW1, laying the foundation for the first nightclubs and the growth of jazz, avant garde and electronic music in Europe. Get Tickets to LAUNCH PARTY HERE.

Organised by Noise of Art (UK), Move Assoc (CZ) , Instituti Moderni Hudby and Stichting Nederlandse Muziek Export (NL), the series of events is launching with a party headlined by a DJ set from Tom Findlay, of legendary British dance act Groove Armada.

British duo Groove Armada have released eight studio LPs and received three Grammy Awards. This rare Prague appearance will see Tom Findlay play one of his legendary roof-raising DJ sets. Joining him is DJ Ben Osborne, award-winning creative producer, writer and founder of Noise of Art.

Also headlining on the night is celebrated Italian house producer Angelo Ferreri, who was awarded Jackin’ House DJ of 2017 by Traxsource, plus very special guest DJs Trava and Risto and, from French Guyana, Pat Heart – who are joined by the acclaimed CHU? ŽÍT residents Telly Savalas, Smeghouse and Skeledan.

Tonight launches over a month of events marking the birth of modern nightclub culture and the social and artistic legacy of the creative movements that flourished after World War One – includig the launch of Nosie of Art’s Black Monmartre show.

Events run from 29 September to the closing party, with Booka Shade, on 2 December.

More event details to be announced here soon.

Get tickets to the LAUNCH PARTY HERE

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Southbank, Crux, Train, Slipped Disco March 2013

by on Mar.06, 2013, under Events


With the first Noise of Art events since New Year to be announced shortly, March 2013 will see Slipped Disco return to Concrete at the Hayward Gallery, as well as the Big Chill Bar, a new piece at Crux and Train will make a one-off reappearance at the Bedroom Bar. Details below.

Saturday 9 March

CRUX, Secret Venue, London.Entry with password.

Noise of Art contributes a new piece to this secretive cross platform art and music event. We can’t say what Noise of Art will be contributing because it hasn’t been started on yet.

Sunday 17 March

Slipped Disco Day Out at Big Chill Bar, Brick Lane, London EC1
Slipped Disco turns up the phasers and brings down the bpms for a slinky Sunday afternoon session with Ben Osborne, Rupert The Brewer and guests for one of their popular Big Chill Bar sessions and it’s all free.

Friday 22 March
Slipped Disco with DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art) Bar Concrete, Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX
Free Entry. 8pm – 1am

Slipped Disco, slides back into its new residency at the Southbank Centre at the Hayward Gallery’s bar. “Obscenely fun electronic oddness. This pleases us very much indeed, primarily because of the anything-goes music policy that sees anything from classic techno, punk-funk, galactic house, deep down and dirty disco and other dancefloor dynamite do the rounds. Welcome back Slipped Disco, and let the fun and weirdness begin again.” (Time Out January 2013)

Saturday 23 March
Re:Train w/ DJs Ben Osborne, Pheetus and LIVE:  Evokateur
Bedroom Bar, 62 Rivington street, London EC1
10-3am £5 adv / £7 on the door

Naughties electronic, disco punk nightclub, Train, returns for  a session. With DJ Ben Osborne mixing tracks from the Train period into a contemporary set, the night will also see brand new trap DJ Pheetus bring his crunk laced beats to the floor. Meanwhile electro act, Evokateur, will perform live. “A Guaranteed good night” (Time Out, October 2012)

29 March New York Speakeasy session at the East Coast Diner.Click here for more info

29 March
New York Speakeasy session at the East Coast Diner.

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RE:PLAY with Mark Moore, Saturday 28 April

by on Apr.14, 2012, under Events


RE:PLAY with special guest: MARK MOORE & host DJ BEN OSBORNE (Noise Of Art)
BEDROOM BAR, 62 RIVINGTON ST EC2A 9-3am £5 adv / £7 on the door

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Following its packed-out debut at Shoreditch’s new two floor nightclub, Bedroom Bar, RE:PLAY returns with special guest MARK MOORE and host DJ Ben Osborne.

Featuring only one seminal guest DJ each month, RE:PLAY is a back to basics club night that gives guest DJs space to express themselves in full length sets – with one twist. During the set the guest DJ will play a section of music from a particular point in their career. The period selected won’t be announced before the night.

The second guest DJ is one of London’s longest serving and most inspirational DJs.

Mark Moore shot to fame as the driving force behind Eighties electronic pioneers S’EXPRESS and his number one hit ‘The Theme from S-Express’. But to most clubbers today his notoriety owes more to his unique and eclectic DJ skills, than his string of hit records and remixes.

Moore’s pedigree in London’s DJ culture is unparalleled. He started DJing at Philip Salon’s ground-breaking MUD Club – a residency he held for over five years, before being offered a slot at Heaven’s PYRAMID night. There, alongside Colin Favor and Evil Eddie Richards, Moore was one of London’s first exponents of Chicago house and Detroit techno music.

In acid house’s heyday, 1988, ‘The Theme From S-Express‘, written with co-producer Pascal Gabriel – shot to number one across most of the world. But Moore’s rise also saw him bring many others into the limelight.

For his first album Mark worked with a new singer called Billie Ray Martin. He then sought out his favourite producer, a little-known William Orbit. Both went on to become stars.

On his second LP he introduced Sonique and an undiscovered Carl Craig. Sonique became one of the world’s most successful female DJs and a successful solo artist, while many consider Craig Detroit’s finest techno producer.

Over the years Mark has indulged in a huge number of projects, from writing and art projects, to running labels. He was probably the first DJ pop star and ‘Theme From S-Express’ certainly brought UK house to the nation’s homes.

Mark still travels the globe playing electro-disco, twisted house, neo techno and whatever else he fancies to express himself as a most extraordinary DJ.

None of which will help guess what he’ll play at Re:PLAY.

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Mehdi

by on Sep.21, 2011, under Events


It was with great sadness that Noise of Art heard about the passing of DJ Mehdi. He played Noise of Art five years ago and we’ve known each other for sometime. He was always happy, smiling and glad to see everyone. He was an inspired DJ and a kind, generous person. Our thoughts are with his loved ones.

The Guardian carried a half page obituary by Ben Osborne last Saturday. You can read it online here. http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2011/sep/15/dj-medhi-obituary

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