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Noise of Art’s psychedelic Latitude

by on Jul.03, 2012, under Events

Noise of Art returns to Latitude on Friday 13 July to present a three day Psychedelic Curiosity.

The happening starts with a psychedelic nightclub in the film and music tent on Friday, followed by three days of events on a purpose built stage that pops out of a 1965 VW camper van. The van is a vintage hippy festival vehicle that’s been converted into a solar powered stage.PJF_9913

The line-up includes international bands, up and coming acts and film festival debuts.

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On the 45th anniversary of the Psychedelic movement, Noise of Art’s show re-imagines why Victorian design and fashion was a main ingredient in the Sixties Psychedelic movement.

It imagines that two universes collided in 1967. One was a steampunk world. The other was the Carnaby Street of Sixties London. Which is why, amongst other things, Peter Blake’s cover for Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is based on a Victorian circus.NoA Projection simulation

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Noise of Art Vs Slipped Disco Bank Holiday Sunday FREE All-Dayer

by on Mar.31, 2012, under Events

Time Out recommends CLICK here:

Noise of Art and Slipped Disco return to the site of their first collaboration for a free bank holiday all-dayer at Bar Musichall, 134 Curtain Road, on Sunday 8 April – 12 midday – 10.30pm.

It will see a massive line up of veteran DJs and rising names, alongside live acts and visuals. DJs include Mark Moore of S Express, Simon Lee of Faze Action, Justin Robertson of Deadstock 33s and Lion Rock, Mystic Rock (half of The Thing with Andy Blake), Rupert The Brewer and Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne.

Live acts include the hotly tipped Kevin Pearce, the man behind Festeaval, Peter Hepworth and rising London Folk act, Russell Swallow.

And, to help celebrate this landmark anniversary, everyone’s been given Monday off!

AND IT’S FREE ENTRY ALL DAY LONG

Happy Holidays!

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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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New Year’s Eve: Noise of Art’s Psychedelic Curiosity

by on Dec.04, 2011, under Events

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Noise of Art’s New Year’s Eve event at Sketch, with Ben Osborne, Luca Santucci, The People Pile, Overlap, Your Mum, Walkabout/ Prick Image, Kevin Pearce, Peter Hepworth, Fred’s House, The Medicine Shop, Louise Golbey and special guests to be announced.

New Year’s Eve at Sketch, London
31st December 2011 – 1st December 2012

Sketch, 9 Conduit Street, London, W1S 2XG

The Noise of Art entry list for this event is now full. If we’re not seeing you on the 31st we hope to see you very soon at our next events in 2012.

Noise of Art returns to the stunning party space at Sketch for NYE 2012, with a new immersive club event featuring music, art, film, performance, dance, surround projections and occurrences of curiosity.

On the 45th anniversary of the UK’s Psychedelic movement, Noise of Art’s new show is inspired by the 19th Century imagery of the late Sixties (think Blake’s iconic cover art and inner sleeve cut out moustaches). The immersive club event imagines that Sergeant Pepper, Pink Floyd and The Avengers were the result of two universes colliding in 1967; throwing people from a parallel steam punk world into the Carnaby Street scene of swinging London (which happens to be two minutes walk from the venue).

The resulting psychedelic Victoriana features DJs, coal-fired flower power, contemporary dancers, and folk singers, curiosities of nature and, visiting the capital for the very first time, the drawing room disco that is a Benefit For Mr Kite, and 360 degree magic lanterns of psychedelic imagery.

Musical acts will begin with Sixties folktronics, and rise to steam-powered cosmic house, psyched-out-disco and coal-fired techno.

 

“When it comes to mega multimedia events, Ben Osborne and his collective, Noise of Art, are all over it.” Time Out“… plenty of great music and top visuals for your dollar.” CMU
“Unique venues… and quality electronica” iDJ
“The idea’s brilliant” FACT
“… bound to free the crowd from any… torpor.” The Guardian
“This gets a very big Londonist thumbs up.” The Londonist
“You’re unlikely to attend another event in London like this, so our advice is to get your ticket sharpish.” DJ Magazine

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Time Out Critics Choice & Day Events Announced

by on Sep.13, 2011, under Events

dancers_latitude_noiseofartTime Out’ has made Noise of Art and Trees for Cities’ Metiss’age club night Critics Choice.

Time Out’s piece about the event is HERE

And tickets are on sale HERE … but hurry…

The Metiss’age Street Art Festival is taking place in Paris, Rome and London, and is supported by the Cultural Programme of The European Union. 

London’s Metiss’age Day takes place in London’s beautiful Battersea Park and runs from 10am until 3pm.

Designed as an art and music picnic, and taking place alongside the Tree-athalon, the 5k marathon that raises money to plant trees in inner cities, Metiss’age will feature an inter-active street painting, created by artist Miss Led and painted on-site by children and members of the public.

There will also be a stage with live bands and DJs playing on a solar powered mobile stage, street performers, contemporary dancers, family entertainment, food and refreshement, games and environmental information stalls and resources.

Acts appearing during the day include; 6 Day Riot, Tiny Dragons, Kevin Pearce, Rupert the Brewer, The People Pile, Artwork and two Sonicbids supported acts, Fred’s House and Dpplgngrs. The day is introduced by long time Trees supporter Gaby Rolsin.

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Noise of Art’s Metissage and 2011 London events

by on Aug.19, 2011, under Events

Noise of Art Attack The Block Party at Latitude

Noise of Art Attack The Block Party at Latitude

London 2011 Events 17 September – 14 October

Noise of Art’s forthcoming London programme will run from 17 September to 14 October, including the Metiss’age Street Art Festival, supported by the Cultural Programme of the European Union.

Following recent events at Latitude, Sketch, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Britain and Spot Festival Denmark, the month of London events will include club nights, street art painting, contemporary dance, costumes, performance art, street performers and circus acts, all set around Noise of Art’s core of electronic club music.

Noise of Art is also supporting Tree For Cities and the Treeathalon, to raise awareness and funds for its work planting trees in inner city environments.

Venues include:
Battersea Park, London SW11; Village Underground, London EC2, Big Chill House, London N1, 93 Feet East, London E1, National Maritime Museum, London SE 10

Artists include:
Peter Kruder, Si Begg, Ashley Beedle, Acid Washed, Dec Shoes, Ben Osborne, Serge Santiago, DJ Ritu, Miss Led, Your Mum, Severino and Nico de Cigelia, aka Hyena Stomp, Overlap, The People Pile, Portfolio, Jason Singh, 6 Day Riot, Beef Warehouse, David Jenkinson, Rupert the Brewer, Tiny Dragons, Peter Hepworth, Mark Scott Wood and more to be announced.

Highlights:

Saturday 17 September Day Event
Noise of Art presents
Metiss’age Junior Street Art Festival and Music Picnic
@ the Treeathalon, Battersea Park, London SW11
Free entry: 10am – 3pm
The Metiss’age street art festival and music picnic is an all ages family event celebrating life in the city and cultural and ecological diversity. Organised by Noise of Art, it will run alongside the Trees For Cities Treeathalon event in Battersea Park.

The centre piece of Metiss’age is an interactive street painting celebrating cultural and eco diversity in London and designed by London artist Miss Led. It will be painted by young people and members of the public. The day is part of two sister festivals being held in Rome and Paris. It will feature a barefoot 100 meter world record attempt, performance art, acrobats, jugglers, a solar powered mobile music stage, costumes, dance, music, cross platform art and trees.

The Metiss’age events are organised in partnership with Global Warming in Paris and Explora in Rome and are suppoted by and part of the European Union’s Cultural Programme. Acts to be announced soon.

To join the Treeathalon race go www.treesforcities.co.uk
More information at www.noiseofart.org

17 September Night Event
Noise of Art and Trees For Cities present:
Metiss’age Nite
At Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, London EC2A 3PQ
10pm – 4am
Tickets £10

Peter Kruder (Kruder and Dorfmiester/ G Stone), Si Begg (S I Futures/ Noodles), Ashley Beedle (Outhear Audio/ Dark Star/ Xpress 2), Ben Osborne (Noise of Art/ Slipped Disco), Dec Shoes, Portfolio (Mighty Rumble), Your Mum, Overlap, The People Pile, David Jenkins (C21), Rupert the Brewer, Mark Scott Wood and more to be announced.

Money raised at the event will go to Trees for Cities to plant Metiss’age trees in inner cities.

Saturday 24 September
Noise of Art Vs Slipped Disco
Big Chill House, 257-259 Pentonville Road King’s Cross London N1 9N. 7pm – 2 am. Free
Continuing Noise of Art’s cross London, pan European celebration of cultural diversity and street art, Noise of Art returns to King’s Cross’ Big Chill House for a night of live electronics, deep house and bumping techno music. Noise of Art founder, DJ Ben Osborne, is joined by Dec Shoes (live), Rupert The Brewer, The People Pile, Overlap, Your Mum and a further line-up of special guests, to be announced.

Friday 30 September
93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane, EC2
Noise of Art presents: Paris, Rome and London
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), Ben Osborne, The People Pile, Beef Warehouse, Cosmic Onion Field, Rupert The Brewer and more to be announced

Mirroring sister events in Paris and Rome, Noise of Art steps into 93 Feet East for a Rome vs Paris and London three way marathon.

Thursday 6 October
Noise of Art and National Maritime Museum presents:
Traders Unpacked
National Maritime Museum, Romney Road, Greenwich, London SE10 9NF
Free, times and line up to be annunced.

To mark the opening of the new East India Gallery and wing at the former hub of Britain’s Navy, Noise of Art takes inspiration from the way Eastern sea routes have brought new cultures into London, and changed our art, music and film.

Full line-up to announced soon,

15 October
Noise of Art Vs Slipped Disco
Big Chill House 257-259 Pentonville Road King’s Cross London N1 9NL. 7pm – 2 am. Free

Serge Santiago Vs Ben Osborne and more to be announced

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