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Soon in Prague & Thanks Moulin Rouge & Trés Particulier, Paris

by on Dec.18, 2017, under clubs, Events, music

With London NYE dates being announced today, here’s a quick heads-up for our friends in Prague, where Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne will be DJing the first weekend of 2018.

We’d also like to belatedly THANK MaMA at Machine du MOULIN ROUGE, Paris, and Devient Disco at Hotel Trés Particulier, for inviting us over to Paris. (Picture of Ben Osborne DJing at Moulin Rouge courtesy of JL Bouchart)

Here’s the Czech Cross Club date:

Saturday 6 January Cross Club, Plynární 1096/23, Praha 7, 15500 Prague.

Coincidence presents DJ Ben Osborne (UK), Jesse (Cz), Taino (Cz), Tyrll (Be)

Prague’s Cross Club kicks off the first Saturday of 2018 with Ben Osborne (Noise of Art, London) and Tyrll (Gullegem) joining residents Taino and Jesse, spinning house, techno and disco and the odd bit of London bass. Ben Osborne is also being joined by fast rising Czech singer Maella, to perform a live version  of their new collaboration, Break Me.

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Convergence Festival presents Noise of Art’s comfortably spun

by on Mar.03, 2016, under Events

Comfortably spun – an audio visual installation By Ben Osborne (Noise of Art) and CAVALCANTI
Noon – until 7pm
Saturday 12 to Sunday 20 March 2015
With LIVE CLUB night on Friday 18 March 7pm-2am
Red Gallery, 1-3 Rivington St, London EC2A 3DT


For this collaboration, between textile designer CAVALCANTI and electronic music and art outfit Noise of Art, Ben Osborne uses a textile factory in Portugal as an instrument, creating electronic music out of the sounds of looms and tufting machines making CAVALCANTI’s specifically designed rugs. The design of the textiles are then also translated into digital signals and patched through synths, to create other-worldly melodies and baselines.

‘Comfortably Spun’ turns the weaving and tufting techniques used in the textile industry into music.

The sounds and rhythms of the looms and tufting tools have been recorded and arranged into contemporary electronic tracks, using techniques from early electronic ‘tape” music. To complete the creative loop, the designs of the rugs have been digitally mapped into synthesiser patterns, adding melody to the rhythms of the factory.

On Friday 18 March the AV installation will be joined by live sets from White Noise – the band behind the UK’s first electronic LP in 1969, live electronic improvisors, The Deben Collectove and DJ sets from Horton Jupiter and Ben Osborne.

“When it comes to mega multimedia events, Ben Osborne and his collective, Noise of Art, are all over it.” (Time Out London).

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Wicker Man fires into Elefest – Tickets on sale NOW

by on Sep.06, 2013, under Events

Continuing Noise of Art’s celebration of 100 years of electronic music, we are bringing our psychedelic influenced electrofest, Wicker Man Disco Inferno, to Elefest.

Read the TIME OUT critic’s choice preview by clicking here.

Noise of Art’s Wicker Man Disco Inferno features Justin Robertson (Deadstock 33s), Matt Black (Coldcut), Ben Osborne (Noise of Art), The People Pile and Overlap, with very special guest, the star of stage and screen, Nathaniel Parker (Inspector Lynley, Merlin, The Audience) on voice.


The event will be taking place at a specially created pop up cinema and warehouse space, The Elefest Hotel,77-85 Newington Causeway London SE1 6BD, as part of the weekend long Elefest urban festival, taking place in and around Elephant and Castle you can buy tickets HERE NOW for £5 or £10. Snap ’em up.

The show features electronic music, film, contemporary dancers and spoken word. It went down a storm at Latitude. Click on the image above to see the teaser trailer.

You can also find more information by CLICKING here

“Launched in 2005 to bring together electronic music, film and art in interesting ways, [Noise of Art] have staged events at nightclubs, galleries, cinemas and festivals around Europe. Last year that included a massive event around The Beatles’ ‘Magical Mystery Tour’ film… and this year they’ve stepped things up yet again with a series of events to mark the 100th anniversary of electronic music.” (CMU)

“Staging music events at unusual venues including The Tate, BFI, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, The National Film Theatre and Glasgow Art School, these ambitious cross-platform projects have involved leading electronic musicians and artists.” (M Magazine)

“Marshalled by London Collective Noise of Art, some of the UK’s contemporary innovators are gathering… stick around for sets from legendary underground DJs.” Time Out Music Section Preview

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Si Begg at Replay This Saturday

by on Aug.28, 2012, under Events

Replay4_A3-1Saturday 29 September
w/ special guest:
Free before 9pm
9-3am £5 adv / £7 on the door
Re:Play, the new club night from Noise of Art founder and resident DJ Ben Osborne, invites just one seminal guest DJ each week.

This month will see London bass innovator and electronic genius Si Begg line up alongside Ben Osborne for what promises to be a full on mash up of eclectic DJing.

Having just had one of his tracks, Come Correct, selected by Erol Alkan for his I Love Techno LP, and about to drop his new LP on Addictech Records (his first for five years) – as well as completing his first film score (released next spring) – Si Begg is back on a roll right now.

“Great concept, with consistently great guests too” (Time Out).

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