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Friday 10 June Noise of Art 2011 and Metissage Launch Party

Friday 10 June Noise of Art 2011 and Metissage Launch Party

ufo_noise_of_artOn Friday 10 June Noise of Art is holding it’s 2011 and Metissage Launch Party at Big Chill House
The line up explores voice and electronic dance music with Viewer (featuring Tim Wright), Dec Shoes, Ben Osborne, Ursa Minor, The People Pile, Overlap, Rupert The Brewer, Your Mum and more.
Big Chill House, 257-259 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9NL 8pm – 2am Free ALL NIGHT
On 10 June Noise of Art will be launching key parts of its London 2011 activity, including Metissage, a pan European celebration of street art and cultural diversity, which will take place in London, Rome and Paris.
The night will focus on collaborations between electronics and vocalists, accompanied by contemporary dancers, visual artists and projectionists. It will also see the announcement of further Noise of Art events for 2011.
Techno pioneer and Mute Records artist Tim Wright presents the London debut his new disco-tech project, Viewer, featuring vocalist AB Johnson. This is a rare appearance from Wright, who has been releasing his inimitable brand of electronic music since the early 1990s. Using his own name and pseudonyms such as as Tube Jerk, Germ and Pin he’s released internationally influential records on such revered labels as Mute, Tresor, Soul Jazz and PIAS, amongst others. His remix work includes artists such as Laurent Garnier and Goldfrapp.
Dec Shoes is a vinyl versus vocal, neo house project. Although a new act, they have already been invited to play at the top of the BT Tower as part of the run up to the Olympics, have just returned from playing Spot festival in Denmark and will appear at Latitude and several other festivals later this summer.
Ursa Minor are Little Bear, Yoshee, Katie P and Evee. They bring you music influenced by the golden age of house music – Dancing, Beats, Bass, Songs, Love, Life, The Universe and everything. Think Fingers Inc, Ten City, Inner City and Billy Ray Martin.
All the acts will be playing from the DJ booth and, around the electronics, there’ll be a troupe of contemporary dancers, stunning visuals from Noise of Art’s regular team of artists and DJ sets from Ben Osborne and Rupert The Brewer.

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