Friday 7 October
Noise of Art after party
Star of Kings, York Way, Kings Cross, London EC2
Free 7pm – 2am
The second Slipped Disco night at this brick lined basement hideaway sees the Noise of Art Crew and The People Pile take advantage of the Function One soundsystem for a celebratory knees up in this bijou setting. Special guests are to be announced nearer the time. The weekend action then continues with some street art in Rome.
“When we heard Slipped Disco… was planning to resurrect the legendary UFO Club, our brains exploded.” (Time Out)
Slipped Disco is a club night and occasional radio show. Guests that have contributed DJ sets or live sessions include: Booka Shade, Justin Robertson, Miss Kitten, Justice, Headman, Richie Hawtin, Ashley Beedle, Diesel (X Press 2), Emperor Machine, Chanty Po, Casiokids, Josh Wink, Busy P, Ellen Allien, Guy Gerber, Anya Schnider, Autokratz, A Human, Toby Tobias, Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly), Punk Soundcheck, Timo Garcia, Faze Action, Le Le and many more.
ABOUT NOISE OF ART:
Noise of Art celebrates the convergence of music and visual art brought about by the digital age and over the past six years has worked with established electronic musicians and artists as well as introduced new talent. Noise of Art launched with a series of silent film and electronic music events in 2006 and has grown to include fine artists, designers, contemporary dancers and performance artists.
Noise of Art’s previous Film and Clubbing events include:
Chris Coco, Fred Deakin (Lemon Jelly), Vector Lovers, A Man Called Adam and Ben Osborne, re-score a collection of the earliest British film ever made. Arranged like a live dj set, the artists play back to back either side of the stage witht the film in the middle. Followed by a club night with DJ sets from Man Like Me, and Spektrum in the riverside bar. National Film Theatre, Southbank, London.
Noise of Art programmes the Film and Music Arena at Latitude festival for three nights. Acts include Uffie (debut UK show) Sebastian, Feadz, Cagedbaby, Nathan Fake, James Priestly...
Chateau Flight sound track Les Vampires at Institute Francais followed by club night with I:cube, Gilb’r and Ben Osborne DJing amongst performers dressed as vampires.
Big Chill Festival, Noise of Art show unviel a new show based on recently re-discovered footage of 1960s space missions, with film, DJs and dancers etc.
Laurent Garnier DJs the score to 1920s film Finis Terre, followed by club night with DJs and visuals in the bar at BFI Southbank, London.
Booka Shade scores 1911 Italian film Inferno at BFI Southbank, followed by club DJs and visuals in the bar.
Deep Space Disco, over the whole venue, with film on five screens and The Juan Maclean, Thomas Schumacher, DJ T, Severino and Chateau Flight doing their re-score of Les Vampires and more. Features both sit down and club spaces. Queen Elizabeth Hall, London.
Love Bites, Latitude festival, using rare early horror film and costumed performers in a club performance in the film and music tent.
Deep space disco at Sketch with film of the first space walk and other early space film projected 360 degrees aroudn the audience.
“Turning the National Film Theatre into a riverside club and Tate Britain into a two floor dancefloor indicates just how ambitious the organisers are." (Time Out, 2006)
“Noise of Art is dizzyingly comprehensive... a bargain at any cost.” Flavourpill
“You're unlikely to attend another event in London like this so our advice is to get your ticket sharpish.” (DJ Magazine)
More info at Star of Kings