19 April Noise of Art at Ether Festival, Southbank, London
Noise of Art at Ether Festival, Southbank, London.
Sunday 19 April. Tickets now on sale.
Noise of Art will launch Deep Space Disco at the Ether Festival on Sunday 19 April. Featuring an international line-up of Musicians, DJs, performance artists and visuals teams, amongst those crafting cosmic grooves to re-edited Soviet-era space films and fantastically costumed performers, will be top New York DFA act The Juan Maclean. The night will also feature the UK debut of DJ T (founder of Berlin's ultra cool Get Physical Music) and Thomas Schumacher's new collaboration. In another first, new Faroe Islands discovery, Orca, will play live. Further debuts are to be announced.
Following last July's sell out week of events, the NOISE OF ART returns to its London home to turn the Southbank centre into a disco dancing space ship - as Ether sees the debut of Noise of Art's latest project, DEEP SPACE DISCO, a music and art clubbing event.
The event will include visual artists manipulating Soviet era space films from the 1960s, set to space disco grooves by an International line-up, featuring: DJ T vs THOMAS SCHUMACHER (Get Physical, Berlin) doing their first UK show as a duo; THE JUAN MACLEAN (New York, DFA) performing their London debut as a full live band; plus the widely tipped LES HOMMES DU TRAIN (Totolo, Paris), DJ sets from Ben Osborne (Noise of Art founder) and DJ Sonny (Mighty Rumble, Singapore) and performance art by the IMMACULATE EXTREMISTS', art by OVERLAP, FUNKCUTTER, PUNKVERT, PRICKIMAGE and more to be announced.
The night also sees the UK debut show of ORCA and BUDAM, two of the leading lights of the music revolution emanating from the Faroe Isles - both soon to be the subject of a feature in Observer Music Magzine.
Orca has taken the Noise of Art principle to a logical conclusion by creating their own instruments from disused farm machinery. Their music is a powerful, abstract electronica that escapes easy comparisons. Budam combines song writing with story-telling and performance in ways that transform and merge different artistic and musical traditions.
More acts are to be announced soon, but please snap up your tickets before they disappear from this earth...
You can buy Tickets here... but hurry the stalls are going fast: