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Slipped Disco Opens Noise of Art's 10th anniversary year at Big Chill Bar

Slipped Disco Opens Noise of Art's 10th anniversary year at Big Chill Bar

Saturday 16 January
Slipped Disco presents Ben Osborne (Noise of Art’s Tenth Anniversary year launch knees-up)
The Big Chill Bar,
Dray Walk (off Brick Lane),
London, E1 6QL
9pm- 1am
Free Entry
Having launched into their tenth year by turning a council housing block in Brixton into a day-glo night club on New Year’s Eve, Ben Osborne returns to his long running residency at the Big Chill Bar to kick -start Noise of Art’s tenth anniversary year (2006-2016) with an intimate party, at his long running Slipped Disco night.
Noise of Art events involve collaborations between musicians and a variety of different art forms. This years’ NYE event at Brixton Bloc involved a collaboration with street artists Neonita and Solo One, who turned disused council apartments into a neon post- apocalyptic world. Other 2015 projects saw Ben Osborne and CAVALCANTI re-purpose a textile factory to make music for an installation at London Design Week, as well as collaborations with the Tate at Latitude Festival and an exploration of reverb and architecture with Andrew Weatherall at Convergence Festival.
Other recent projects have involved film, a troop of 40 contemporary dancers, performances by TV and film actors, visual artists, sculptors and other artistic disciplines.
Tonight’s DJ set is a much more down-to-earth and intimate affair, but expect announcements about forthcoming anniversary events to appear via… and also a bit of a party.
Noise of Art’s association with Big Chill goes back to early shows at the Big Chill festival, as well as shows at Big Chill House and Bar – and a series of formative club nights at, the then sister venue, Cargo, before Noise of Art was launched.
For those with time to kill, here’s a bit more about Noise of Art’s first ten year (Tenth Anniversary 2006-2016)…
Formed in 2005 and launched in 2006, Noise of Art is a pioneering electronic music and cross platform arts collective. It has worked with and performed at Apple Corps/ EMI, for The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour DVD launch on London’s Southbank, Latitude Festival, BFI Southbank, The Queen Elizabeth Hall (whole venue show), Southbank Centre, National Portrait Gallery (whole venue shows), National Maritime Museum, Tate Britain (including the Tate’s first whole venue show), Convergence Festival, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London Design Week, Edinburgh Corn Exchange, Edinburgh Caves, Glasgow Arts School, Bongo Club, Brighton Dome, Brighton Festival, De La Warr Pavilion, Abu Dhabi Arts Fair, UK Now Festival, Beijing, Institute Francais, Social Club Paris, Point Ephemere, Paris, Chateau Du Pompiers, Canal St Matin, and many more clubs and international music venues. In 2009 Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne was given a PRS Foundation for Music New Music Plus Award for his work with electronic music and cross platform art.
Acts involved include: Booka Shade, Laurent Garnier, The Beatles (official events for The Magical Mystery Tour at BFI Southbank) Coldcut, Andrew Weatherall, Daniel Avery, Phil Hartnoll (Orbital), Tom Findlay (Groove Armada), Danny Rampling, Severino (Horse Meat Disco), Sebastian (Ed Banger), Mental Overdrive, Vector Lovers, Blatta and Inesha, Gaggle, We Have Band, Jim Stanton (Horse Meat Disco), Sebastian Tellier, Aluna Francis (Aluna George), White Noise, Polar Bear, Acid Washed, DJ Mehdi, Man Like Me, Justin Robertson, Ashley Beedle, Diesel (Xpress ), Si Begg, Mark Moore, Faze Action, Serge Santiago (Waze & Odyssey), Kavinsky, Scottee, Fil Ok, Eccentronic Research Council (ft. Maxine Peake), Nathan Fake,  Fred Deakin / Lemon jelly, HK 119, Uffie, DJ T, Thomas Schumacher, DJ Feadz, and many more.
Some press comments:
“When it comes to mega multimedia events, Ben Osborne and his collective, Noise of Art, are all over it.” (Time Out London)
“One of Britain’s most innovative art and music collectives” (Al Arab).
“Bound to free the crowd from any torpor.” (The Guardian).

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