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Events at Big Chill Bar, 93 Feet East in Brick Lane and The Riverside in Woodbridge.

by on Aug.24, 2014, under Events

tee_septNoise of Art’s sister club session, Slipped Disco, and Trans Europe Express are holding events in London’s Brick Lane, while the Woodbridge Art & Music Event has spawned a new night at The Riverside on the banks of the River Deben at the beginning of September.

Slipped Disco will see Noise of Art’s head honcho, DJ Ben Osborne, return to The Big Chill Bar on Saturday 30 August. The night’s open-ended music has been described by Time Out as being: “Obscenely fun electronic oddness. This pleases us very much indeed.”

The following week will see Trans Europe Express team up with funk night Trick Bag (who’re running two nights on Thursday 4 and Friday 5 September at 93 Feet East), to present two rooms of high calibre house and funk ‘n’ soul on Friday 5 September.

Finally, the successful Woodbridge Art and Music event is being followed up by the first ever club night at cinema, restaurant and Theatre complex, The Riverside, on the banks of the River Deben on Saturday 6 September.

Dates and details
Saturday 30 August
Slipped Disco presents DJ Ben Osborne
The Big Chill Bar, on Dray Walk (off Brick Lane), London, E1 6QL 8pm until 1am
Free Entry

Thursday 4 September
Trick Bag presents DJ Ben Osborne and Fred Mann
93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane E1 6EL

Friday 5 September
Trans Europe Express Vs Trick Bag
Presents one room of house and one room of funk with
House: Nico De Cigelia, DJ Ben Osborne, Carl Loben (DJ Mag), David Agrella
Funk: Fred Mann, Tim Ott Jones (RnB123), Sonny “Scully” Evans
93 Feet East, 150 Brick Lane E1 6EL


Saturday 6 September
Club Night with DJ Ben Osborne
The Riverside, Woodbridge, Suffolk

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Noise of Art’s psychedelic Latitude

by on Jul.03, 2012, under Events

Noise of Art returns to Latitude on Friday 13 July to present a three day Psychedelic Curiosity.

The happening starts with a psychedelic nightclub in the film and music tent on Friday, followed by three days of events on a purpose built stage that pops out of a 1965 VW camper van. The van is a vintage hippy festival vehicle that’s been converted into a solar powered stage.PJF_9913

The line-up includes international bands, up and coming acts and film festival debuts.



On the 45th anniversary of the Psychedelic movement, Noise of Art’s show re-imagines why Victorian design and fashion was a main ingredient in the Sixties Psychedelic movement.

It imagines that two universes collided in 1967. One was a steampunk world. The other was the Carnaby Street of Sixties London. Which is why, amongst other things, Peter Blake’s cover for Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is based on a Victorian circus.NoA Projection simulation

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RE:Play Club night launch

by on Mar.25, 2012, under Events

“A brand new club night that sees great London DJs get stuck into a session all night long.” (Time Out)

Celebrating this month’s transformation of Bedroom Bar into a new two floor nightclub, restaurant, bar and live music space, DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art) launches his new club night RE:PLAY.

Featuring only one seminal guest DJ each month, RE:PLAY is a back to basics club night that gives guest DJs space to express themselves in full length sets and dancefloors time to get on their groove – with one twist. During the set the DJ will play a section of music from a particular point in their career. The period selected won’t be announced before the night, so it’s up to the train spotters to guess the era.

With the first six months of guests to be announced soon, the first guest DJ is Severino.

Hailing from Northern Italy, Severino literally grew up on a diet of Cosmic Disco. A young disciple of Italo legend Daniele Baldelli – the man who gave cosmic its name – Severino became a DJ in his own right during the Nineties.

After moving to the UK to manage Italian label, Disco Inn, he hooked up with Rob Wood (Editor of Jockey Slut) and Michael Morley (Zomba Records/ Lucky Numbers) to start the infamous Happy Families club night. It was soon snapped up for a residency at Fabric.

At the same time he became a fixture at hip venues on London’s gay scene, taking his trade mark house mixes into such clubs as Crash and AM and starting the CODEX club with fellow Italian jock Nico De Cigelia.

His next big break came at the end of the era dominated by electro clash. Jim Stanton, at the time running the seminal electro night, Cock, decided to open a neo disco club in London (Horse Meat Disco) and Severino had the perfect pedigree for resident DJ.

The growth of disco over the last seven years has seen Severino rise to international fame, particularly in New York, which has more or less adopted him as his third home.

In the process he’s became a conduit for the new NYC sound, importing New York’s cool handclap soundtrack back to the UK. Meanwhile he’s formed underground house outfit Hyena Stomp with Nico and started releasing his own material via labels such as Munich’s cutting edge Gomma imprint.

RE:PLAY will be inviting Severino to revisit a set from a classic period of his past on Saturday 31st March, as well as getting him to unearth new gems. Meanwhile DJ and host Ben Osborne will be keeping the dancefloor moving with a trademark genre blending set.

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