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November – electronic music centenary continued

by on Nov.05, 2013, under Events

London electronic music and art collective, Noise of Art, continues its celebration of 100 years of electronic music with a weekend of festival events in Manchester and London on 15 and 16 November, as well as a DJ sets in the Hayward Gallery Bar on Friday 22 November from 9pm-1am.

The inaugural Louder Than Words cross platform music and word festival launches in Manchester on Friday 15 November. The event will see  Noise of Art’s Ben Osborne, spin a club based set inspired by the on-going celebration of a century of electronic music. Based on the 100th anniversary of the publication of Luigi Russolo’s ‘Manifesto For An Art of Noises’, the DJ set will use excerpts from the original pamphlet and recordings of Russolo’s own proto-type synthesisers. Hosted by John Robb, the festival features panels, discussions and such icons as Jah Wobble, Alan McGee, Hugh Cornwall (The Stanglers), Tim Burgess (The Charlatans) and Wilko Johnson. The panel on club music features Simon Morrison, Jonty Skrufff, Luke Bainbridge, Martin James and Ben Osborne.

On Saturday 16 November Noise of Art will be joining independent music promoters The Local to play the closing club night of their annual North London music festival, The End.

Held in venues around London’s Crouch End on 15-16 November the festival honours both Crouch End’s considerable pool of local music talent and international touring acts.

In keeping with this ethos, Noise of Art has invited Crouch End’s very own electronic pioneer, Si Begg, to spin alongside DJ Ben Osborne.

Long running dance magazine Mixmag recently summed up Si Begg’s contribution to electronic music: “Si Begg has been a pioneer and genre-mangler, having rocked the techno world, turned the breaks scene inside out, pre-empted ‘future garage’ by a decade, torn-up dubstep and ambient and been a vital part of Tony Thorpe’s Studio Rockers setup.

More details here http://blog.thelocal.tv/post/65538597148/the-end-artist-profile-noise-of-art-djs

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Noise of Art At Ether Festival Southbank

by on Mar.09, 2009, under Events

Noise of Art Archive news 2009

Clubbing at QEH Ether Festival with DJ T, Thomas Schumacher, Ben Osborne and Orka, Severino (Horse Meat Disco), I Cube, Gilb’r, Chateau Flight,

Deep Space Disco, Ben Osborne

Deep Space Disco

Noise of Art Spring Festival Weekend

Noise of Art’s Spring Festival Weekend is here…plus more shows in Paris and Brighton announced.

“Pushing the boundaries as ever, Noise Of Art will be transforming the [QEH] into a spaceship… You’re unlikely to attend another event in London like this so our advice is to get your ticket sharpish.” DJ Magazine, April, 2009 No.1 London Night Out

‘Critics Choice’
Time Out, 16 – 22 April 2009

The weekend series of Noise of Art events start with Noise of Art taking on Slipped Disco for the Italo Sessions at The Bar Music Hall and culminatinate with their huge party at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Sunday with The Juan Maclean, Chateau Flight, DJ T v Thomas Schumacher, Les Hommes Du Train and Faroe Island bands Orca and Budam.

Noise of Art Vs Slipped Disco: Italo Sessions Part One Friday 17 April Bar Music Hall, 134-136 Curtain road EC2A. Free. Blatta and Inesha (Hell Yeah) Marco Gallerani (Hell Yeah) They Came From the Stars I Saw Them (Live)Ben Osborne (Noise o f Art) Plus visuals and art

Part one of Noise of Art’s weekend of Italian Stallions sees the awesome Hell Yeah! Records bring their leading lights over along with some seriously messed up basslines. Psychedelic dance kids They Came From the Stars I Saw Them will be adding their live performance to the proceedings. There’ll be splendid visuals and Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne (recently described by Time Out as “very ace”) will be keeping everybody dancing between the gaps.

Saturday 18 April

Noise of Art Vs LONDON LOVES: ITALO! Bar Music Hall

134 Curtain Road, Shoreditch. Kinky Afro (Italy) Ben Osborne. Excuse Me (Italy) Dan Garber.

Kinky Afro is a brand new music project by two Italian Disc Jockeys, paying a musical homage to late 70’s, Rare Groove, the golden age of Disco together with Cosmic, Italo Disco and Hi NRG…

Sunday

NOISE OF ART Vs Ether

DEEP SPACE DISCO

19 APRIL 2009

ETHER FESTIVAL

QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL, SOUTHBANK, LONDON

THE JUAN MACLEAN (DFA) / DJ T (Get Physical) / CHATEAU FLIGHT (Versatile)/ THOMAS SCHUMACHER (Get Physical) / LES HOMMES DU TRAIN (Totolo) / SEVERINO / BEN OSBORNE (Noise of Art/NME Radio) / from the Faroe Isles the UK debut performances of ORCA and BUDAM? DJ Sonny (Mighty Rumble)Tickets on sale.

Other forthcoming events

Wednesday 6 May
The Dome,
Brighton Festival
Les Hommes Du Train perform a new version of their Noise of Art soundtrack to Piccadilly Nites Version #1 live with the Flat Earth Society.
Tickets now on sale

Saturday 9 May
The Borderline
London WC1
AV video from Les Hommes Du Train, Overlap and others at City Showcase electronic night.

29 May
Totolo Records release Les Hommes Du Train’s ‘Space Hopper’ single

Friday 5 June
Release party for Les Hommes Du Train single at 93 Feet east, London.

Saturday 13 June
Noise of Art presents Deep Space Disco
Social CLub Paris
The Emporer Machine, Serge Santiago, Faze Action (DJ Set), Les Hommes Du Train (DJ set), plus The Immaculate Extremists and MOTH (Prickimage).
Parisian debut of Noise of Art Space Disco cross platform show.

Friday 19 June
Noise of Art Recordings release Piccadilly Nites Version #1 by Les Hommes Du Train and Overlap. Launch Party tbc.

More festival news to come…

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