Amanda Gorman, 22, the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, has captured world with her recitation of her poem “The Hill We Climb” at President Biden's inauguration.
MSF present Aiko's debut London show at the launch party for The Wick, the new cultural publication and social community based in London's vibrant Hackney Wick arts quarter.
Eurosonic Showcase festival Free online this week. The European and Dutch global and local music festival, ESNS (Eurosonic Noorderslag) will be a digital event this year continuing its mission to promote new European music, with the showcase festival and conference
Noise of art and Woodbridge Festival are broadcasting over three hours of exclusive footage from our 2020 Lockdown Festival recorded live at the Riverside for NYE 2021. The broadcasts include performances from Leee John of Imagination, who recently collaborated on
Jimmy Green joined Noise of Art on Lowestoft beach last summer (2019) at First Light Festival. We're delighted to share his Happy Birthday Jesus Xmas scratch-up.
Book a table here (maximum three people per table bubble). Full bar, free entry, no meal necessary. Booking essential. Monday 14 December The Wick MSF & Number 90 present: The Wick Launch Night Live: Aiko (Cz), DJs: Justin Robertson (Deadstock 33s/ Bugged Out) &
Clio Gould and Jonathan Morton ( London Sinfonietta/ Scottish Ensemble) with DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art/ Woodbridge Festival)
Sunday 6 December 2020 Clio Gould and Jonathan Morton ( London Sinfonietta/ Scottish Ensemble/ First Light Ensemble) with DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art/ Woodbridge Festival) The Table, 3 Quay Street, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1BX From 7pm - book a dinning table
Edinburgh's George T launches the video for his latest on-the-button salvo of '80s inspired electro-synth, exclusively to coincide with Noise of Art launching our new website. George T Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/george.t.and.co/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeorgeT70/
Woodbridge Festival of Art & Music launches monthly music residency with an all female international live music line-up.‘Live At The Riverside’ Aruba Red (UK) - Live Aiko (Prague) - Live H.E Ross (US) - Live poetry (Black History Month Commission) and host DJ
Woodbridge Festival 2020 Lockdown Part Three Continuing our programme of online and socially distanced Lockdown 2020 events, Noise of Art has been programming and filming live performances across the Suffolk market town of Woodbridge for the Woodbridge Festival of Art
BLACK MONTMARTRE: American Jazz and European Street Music 1920’s-2020’s. Noise of Art's Black Montmartre project is inspired by the arrival of Black American music and clubs in Europe after WW1 and celebrates the way Europe has embraced black American music
As Part of Noise of Art's Black Montmartre project, exploring the long relationship between black American and European street music, we commissioned US poet H.E Ross to write about the true story of King, a slave owned by Benjamin
HE ROSS READING LIVE AT TURK'S HEAD SOCIAL - BENJAMIN FRANKLIN THE LADY AND ENSLAVED BOY NAMED KING. San Franciscan born American poet reads his Noise of Art commissioned poem. The pice was specially commissioned to coincide with the anniversary
As well as recording a new song to kick start Noise of Art's Black Montmartre project, Red Snapper broke out of Lockdown in the late Summer to play Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music, where we filmed them for
Exclusive new music from Red Snapper for Noise of Art's new project, Black Montmartre. Inspired by the long cultural dialogue between Europe and Black American music, we had planned to launch it this year, until the pandemic changed that. 'Brother'
Pioneering Brit soul and funk singer Leee John performs an intimate live set and talks to Ben Osborne about the story of British black music as he lived it. The streamed show is raising money for Save Our venues.
On Sunday 2 August 2020 Woodbridge Festival of Art and Music presents 2020 Lockdown, an online broadcast of specially recorded new live shows featuring Leee John of Imagination, Red Snapper (new track recorded in lockdown), DJ Ben Osborne, J.S
Noise of Art was saddened to hear the news that TY, UK hip hop pioneer and force for good, succumbed to the COVID-19 virus pandemic that hit our world in 2020. This is a reminder of him performing at
Noise of Art's cross platform clubbing event, "Love Bites - Dance of The Vampire", was performed live at Latitiude Festival. The track here is by Ben Osborne, and the event featured the last performance of They Came From
Following government advice Noise of Art is currently suspending all activity while we observe social distancing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. While halting activity, we look forward to collaborating again with the many partners we have worked with over
Wednesday 30 October Silver Spoons (Czech Republic) Live DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art, UK) Introduction by Jaroslav Rauser (Move Association, Prague). The Social 5 Little Portland St London W1W 7JD 4:30-Midnight, FREE Entry is free, but please register via Eventbrite And please note it's an after
Saturday 28 September The Social 20 year celebration in Prague DJs Hevanely Jukebox (The Social) UK, Ben Osborne (The Social/ Noise of Art) UK. Live Bratri - Czech Republic, Aid Kid - Czech Republic, NOHA - Czech Republic Having guested at The Social in London earlier this month,
Thank you everyone for making this summer the busiest ever. Our summer programme has just two more events - with the excellent Bratri, Heavenly Jukebox, Bobby Glo and Noise of Art’s DJ Ben Osborne playing a showcase at The Social
Next 2019 Festivals – First Light & Glastonbury (UK), Cross & Move Festival (Prague), Chateau Perché (France), Little Chill (UK)
EVENT ONE - FIRST LIGHT With appearances at next week's Glastonbury and Prague's Cross Festival, NoA founder DJ Ben Osborne is co-curating the DJ line-up of First Light Festival, the free, non-stop, 24-hour multi arts festival taking place on Britain's
A new festival on the beach will see Gilles Peterson, A Man Called Adam, Talvin Singh, Faze Action, Ben Osborne, Flying Mojito Brothers, LUNA and many more acts play a 24 hour seaside feast of music and art. First light
On Thursday 25 April French Touch, 100 years of French electronic music exhibition, curated by Ben Osborne(Noise of Art) and Our History/ Red Gallery’s Ernesto Leal, touches down at Fabric, London. The exhibition documents the interplay between culture and music and
As we prepare for our New Year’s Eve event (details here), Noise of Art would like to thank everyone who joined us this year. We began with a New Year’s Eve shin-dig at the Constitution followed by the first of
New Year’s Eve Camden Underground & Limbo, The Constitution. DJs: Justin Robertson (Hacienda/ Bugged Out) , Ben Osborne (Noise of Art), Flying Mojito Bros (Heavenly Records), Scratchy (The Clash), Gram (Limbo), Mirage Men (Live). Punk Rock Karaoke (Live) & more. Following last
As we bring a year of mostly ups to a close, Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne will play a last but one gig of 2018 at the National Portrait Gallery on Friday 28 December (click here for more
Noise of Art, Move and Lucerna Music Bar Prague, present Booka Shade (GER) Live with DJ Ben Osborne (UK) and a night of pan European dance grooves at The Cross, with Heavenly Jukebox joining Chut Zit and FunkdUp residents. The
Noise of Art closes a busy 2018 and enters 2019 with a series of international gigs, club nights and exhibitions in the UK and Europe, including events at VV Gallery France, the Cross and Lucerne clubs Prague and National Portrait Gallery and Ipswich
Following events earlier this month, Noise of Art's next collaborations marking the Centenary of the end of WW1 and the start of post war music and art, takes place on 9-11 November in Prague - capital of the Czech
In advance of our weekend of events marking the end of WW1 on 9-11 November in Prague, there is a little soiree tonight (Tuesday 16 October) in Central London. The third in our series presenting up-and-coming acts at The Social
Noise of Art is organising a marathon launch party for a its latest project, Century of Sounds, in Prague, featuring two months of events marking 100 years since the end of World War One - and the creation of
In February David Davis, the UK’s recently retired Brexit minister, told an Austrian business conference that Britain would not be a “Mad Max style dystopian fiction” after Brexit. But what-if it was? With the next events about to be announced,
Saturday 21 July Chateau Perché Festival UK Launch Party: Himalayan Dalai Lama (Czech Republic) LIVE plus DJs Arklow, DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art), Cheng, Mechanix, Heavenly Jukebox The Social, 5 Little Portland Street, London W1W 7JD. 7pm - 2am Free Entry. Celebrating Noise of Art’s debut show at France’s hot festival,
Friday 29 June DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art) with Monkey Fist and Scotch Lobster playing Live in the garden and basement. The Constitution, 42 Saint Pancras’ Way, London, NW1 0QT.7pm - 1am. Free Entry. Celebrating Noise of Art’s debut at France’s hottest new festival, Chateau
Friday 4 May is Vor~Sprung launch day Line Up: A Man Called Adam (new release party), Orka (Live), Ben 0 & Maella (Live), Sorrdes (Live), DJs Ben Osborne, George T & more 93 Feet East. 150 Brick Lane London E1 6QL Tickets on sale soon with some freebies for the
This month’s events include music for a new play in Cardiff, DJ sets in Prague and London and on going preparations for Marseilles in July and Chateau Perché in August. There is an interview with Noise of Art founder