On Wednesday 28th November I’ll be playing some electronic music at London’s Science Museum as part of their Lates programme: once per month the museum opens after hours for “A night of free adults-only entertainment.”
Throughout the summer of 2011 I joined eleven other musicians, artists, academics and enthusiasts of electronic music in co-curating part of the Science Museum’s current show Oramics to Electronica: Revealing Histories of Electronic Music. For the Lates event we’ll be DJing and playing live various forms of electronic music.
Donning my Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone hood I’ll be playing some unusual and influential sounds from across the electronic music spectrum.
Oramics to Electronica: LIVE
EXCLUSIVE one-off Lates special: an evening of live synthesizer noise bliss and daring DJ adventures from the team behind the Oramics to Electronica exhibition. Featuring Candie Bandit, Graham Dunning (NTS Live), Composers Vs Capacitors and more TBC.
Check the Science Museum’s Lates page for times and directions. Entry is free.