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Noise of Art: Paris, Rome, Prague and London, 93 Feet East

Noise of Art: Paris, Rome, Prague and London, 93 Feet East

Friday 30 September
93 Feet east, 150 Brick Lane London E1 6QL
7pm – 1 am Free
Acid Washed (France)
Hyena Stomp aka Severino and Nico de Ceglia (Italia)
Dec Shoes (London)
Hentai Corporation (Prague)
Ben Osborne
The People Pile
Your Mum
Beef Warehouse
Cosmic Onion Field
Rupert The Brewer
And more to be announced
Continuing Noise of Art’s cross London, pan-European celebration, which sees sister events taking place in Paris and Rome, Noise of Art steps into 93 Feet East for a Rome vs Paris, Prague and London four way dance off.

Signed to hot Parisian label Record Makers (home to acts as diverse as Sebastian Tellier and Kavinksy and originally set up by Air), Acid Washed are a live electronic duo who squelch a myriad influences into their post acid techno sound. Comprised of Richard d’Alpert and Andrew Claristidge, the duo takes Chicago house and Detroit techno, add some Giorgio Moroder and end-up somewhere in a late Sixties cyber world.
Italian partners in crime Severino and Nico de Ceglia, have made names for themselves on the London scene through their associations with Horse Meat Disco and Radio 1’s Essential Selection. Hyena Stomp, their joint Italo project, kicks out the finest house sets this side of Nineties Rimini.
New London act Dec Shoes have spent the summer playing everything from festival main stages to low ceilinged street bars this summer with their live vocal and vinyl sets. Their sound combines, house, techno and bass.
Hentai Corporation are what Led Zeppelin would have sounded like if they’d formed after drum n bass had been invented – and grown-up listening to traditional Czech music and Napalm Death. Prog rock done Prague style.
Holding it all together, Noise of Art founder and resident DJ Ben Osborne will be heading-up the mix down in the Pink Room with homeboy Rupert The Brewer kicking things off with a fine selection of his home made funky jams.
Reading and Leeds Festival favourites, Beef Warehouse, will be bring their stadium filling sound to the Red Rooms smaller ambience, mashing through the genres in their inimitable DJ style, while Cosmic Onion Field will be providing their warped brand of psycho-delic atmospherics
Visuals, dance and performance come courtesy of the awesomely creative project The People Pile, and the stunning projections of Your Mum and Overlap.

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