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Noise of Art NYE 2012 at Sketch

by on Oct.24, 2011, under Events

Noise of Art will be returning to the sleek and salubrious environs of London’s Sketch for New Years’ Eve.

The immersive club night will feature DJs, dancers, performers, film, live music and projections across four rooms.

The third Noise of Art NYE at Sketch will see Seventies sci-fi retro-futurism meet themes inspired by late Sixties Psychedelica. Steam-punk strands continue with a neo Victorian curiosity.

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New Years Eve at Sketch

by on Dec.15, 2010, under Events

ben_osborne_aluna_francis_latitude_2010_portraitFriday 31 December 2010 – Saturday 1 January 2011

Noise of Art’s – Rendlesham UFO

9 Conduit Street
7pm open for drinks and DJs in bars (all tables fully booked)
11pm performances start
4am Close

FREE ENTRY guest list email

Featuring Ben Osborne Lady Hot Tangerine, classical string section, Overlap, Your Mum, Strap On, The People Pile, performance artists, costumes, surround visuals and more.

This New Year’s Eve Sketch invites music and art nightclub collective, Noise of Art, back for the second year in a row. Tonight they will perform their show celebrating the 30th anniversary of the UK’s biggest UFO incident.

The Rendlesham UFO incident took place on 28 an 29 December 1980 in a forest surrounding a US Air Force Base in Suffolk, East England. The incident was personally witnessed by the Airforce base’s high command, who reported the unexplained flying objects, strange lights and high levels of radiation to the MOD. It has never been explained.

Rendlesham UFO is an immersive club event, featuring DJs, singers and a live classical string section playing house, disco and bass music, accompanied by surround visuals, costumed dancers and performers.

“For clubbing with a reliable edge look no further than Ben Osborne’s UFO inspired electrofest.” (Time Out)
“Noise of Art is dizzyingly comprehensive.” Flavourpill
“You’re unlikely to attend another event in London like this.” DJ Magazine

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