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

by on Mar.31, 2012, under Events

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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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Noise of Art Paris

by on Jul.01, 2009, under clubs, Events

 Ben Osborne's Noise of Art at Social Club Paris

Noise of Art at Social Club Paris

Noise of Art presents

Deep Space Disco
Saturday 13 June
The Social Club Paris
With
The Emperor Machine (LIVE)
Faze Action/ Simon Lee (DJ Set)
Serge Santiago (DJ Set)
Ben Osborne
Les Hommes Du Train (DJ Set)
Overlap
Immaculate Extremists
MOTH
Film from the bfi Natioanl Archive

A night of performance, art and retro-futurist psychedelic disco music, featuring film of Soviet space missions, fantastically costumed performers, live music and DJs.

Following sell out events in London and across the UK, the NOISE OF ART will make its Parisian debut on 13 June by turning the Social Club into a deep space disco.

An immersive music, art and film clubbing event, Noise of Art’s Deep Space Disco features a line-up of London’s leading retro-futurist musicians, DJs, performance artists and visual arts teams. Amongst those crafting cosmic grooves to re-edited Soviet-era space films and fantastically costumed performers, will be The Emperor Machine (who release their new LP in the June), Faze Action (who also have a new space disco LP out), Serge Santiago and Les Hommes Du Train (who launch their single ‘Space Hopper’ on Parisian label Totolo). The night will feature rarely seen footage from early soviet space missions from the National Archive of the BFI.

Noise of Art founder, Ben Osborne, has recently been awarded a prestigious New Music Plus Award, by the PRS Foundation.

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