Tickets on sale and next 100 Years of Electronic Music events
Tickets for our jointly curated after-show with Booka Shade on Friday 25 April, featuring Groove Armada’s Tom Findlay and We Have Band are now on sale, while Noise of Art’s 100 years celebrations continue this week with a Woodentops DJ set at Hayward Gallery’s Concrete Bar on 11 April and Generic People’s debut London show at The Social on 12 April. Tickets for 25 April have just gone on sale HERE.
The full line-up for the Booka Shade after show includes Tom Findlay (Groove Armada DJ set), We Have Band, who unveil the live set for their new LP, Movements,, DJs Severino and Justin Robertson, plus Your Mum, Walkabout Projections by Prick Image, Overlap, Ben Osborne and guests.
Details of this weeks celebrations are below:
Friday 11 April, Noise of Art presents 100 Years of Electronic Music at Concrete Bar, Hayward Gallery
The Woodentops – DJ set with Rolo McGinty – plus Ben Osborne. Bar Concrete, Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London SE1 8XX. United Kingdom 6pm-1am. Free Entry
The Woodentops, the indie band played a crucial part in shaping the acid house/ Balearic scene, play> a rare DJ set.
Saturday 12 April, Noise of Art presents 100 Years of Electronic Music at The Social
Generic People (LIVE), Ben Hauke (LIVE), DJS Ben Osborne, Fred Mann, Ronnie King, Chris Airplays
The Social, 5 Little Portland Street Fitzrovia London W1W 7JD United Kingdom. 020 7434 0620. 7pm-1am. Free Entry.
Noise of Art invites Dublin’s hot new live electronic act, Generic People, to play their debut London show at the home of the Heavenly Social, which is itself celebrating it 20th anniversary this year.