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October Part One

by on Oct.06, 2019, under clubs, Events, music

With a new pan European network launch happening at the Social on 30 October (details announced soon) and a new festival and conference on 9 November in Prague, we warm-up our autumn events on Wednesday 9 October with an intimate night in Camden. Details below.

Wednesday 9 October Kings Cross in Camden Cluster presents… Martyn Ware (Human  League/ Heaven 17) & Ben Osborne (Noise of Art)

The Constitution, 42 St Pancras Way London NW1 0QT. Phone: 020 7387 4805. Free Entry 7pm-11pm

Martyn Ware, the electronic music pioneer who formed legendary synthesiser groups Human League and Heaven 17, will be making a rare DJ appearance with Noise of Art’s Ben Osborne, at proper London music boozer, The Constitution, in Camden. The writer of classic songs such as Being Boiled, the evergreen (We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thing, which was banned by the BBC at the time, and Temptation,  Martyn Ware’s work as a record producer saw him revitalise Tina Turner’s career in the 1980’s and kick start Terence Trent D’Arby’s career. He’s also noted for work in Surround Sound technology and, more recently, for the creation of sound installations.

Martyn is joined by Ben Osborne, DJ, award wining creative producer, author of books and founder of Noise of Art. Time Out has described Ben as a polymath and says his DJ sets include “techno, funk, galactic house, deep down and dirty disco and other dancefloor dynamite”. His A-Z of Club Culture has been described as ‘essential’ by Gilles Peterson.

Kings Cross in Camden Cluster is a free series of social events run by and for creative people living and working in Kings Cross and Camden area.

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Woodbridge Art and Music Event

by on Jun.10, 2014, under Events

woodbridge2014new5The debut Woodbridge Art and Music Event takes place on Saturday 9 August and Sunday 10 August in the medieval market town of Woodbridge, Suffolk, opposite ancient Sutton Hoo.

Situated next to a tidal river, one hour and thirty minutes from London, the event features a line-up of innovative acts representing a diverse range of music – including electronic, jazz, indie rock, funk, folk, disco, house, electro and more.

Acts announced so far include: Red Snapper, TY, Polar Bear, The Reflex, Severino (Horse Meat Disco), The Woodentops, Justin Robertson, Si Begg, Ben Osborne, Noise of Art, The Intermission Project, Thomas J Spieght, Ben Hauke, Blue Bus Tour, Kevin Pearce, Rhiannon Mair, Artwerk, Jan Pulsford, Non Such DJs, Talulah Goodtimes, Ben Allen, Oculus, Swallow and The Wolf, Charlie Law, U2R and Robert Castellani, plus art installations and exhibitions and more to be announced.

For Tickets click here

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Noise of Art @ National Portrait Gallery and Momo

by on Dec.03, 2010, under Events

Friday 10 December, 2010

Starting at the National Portrait Gallery with an AV feast from 6pm -10pm and moving onto Momo for a club knees-up until 4am.

The night features everything from house to opera, beatboxing to ragas and romantic to robotic.

Music takes over the entire National Portrait Gallery as leading creative producers from PRS for Music’s New Music Plus Award create audio-visual works inspired by and reflecting the building and its portraits.

DJs Ashley Beedle, Ben Osborne and Lady Hot Tangerine, Rupert The Brewer and friends spin dance music of all forms in the Main Hall.

Composer Phillip Neil Martin presents an exploration of voice in the Regency galleries.

Beatboxer Jason Singh creates a sonic response to The Anti-Slavery Convention painting with vocalists Bex Mather and Ranjana Ghatak and poet Avaes Mohammed

Maija Handover installs The Vanishing Walls work in the Tudor galleries using found sounds from historic houses

Pianists Will Dutta and Stuart Davies play Chopin and Liszt in the 17th Century galleries

Outside-in installation created by Ben Osborne, Your Mum and Strap-On – projects the exterior of the Gallery inside and images from inside out.

Inspired by nearby China Town, Overlap explore imagery and music with shifting portraits of Chinese silent movie star Anna Mae Wong

Mark Scott Wood marches his silent political protest past portraits of statesmen in the Victorian galleries.

The Gallery will close at 10pm when the party continues until 4am with Ashley Beedle and Ben Osborne and Lady Hot Tangerine playing around the corner at Momo, Hedden Street, W1.

And it’s all Free entry!

For guest list to Momo email: noiseofart@gmail.com

More to be announced…

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