Advance tickets are now all gone - but there will be tickets available on the door.
Following a day of music and arts events in Battersea Park, Noise of Art and Trees For Cities continue their Metiss’age activities in trademark cross-platform club style.
In a night of unique electronic music, surround visuals, costumed contemporary dancers and immersive clubbing, Peter Kruder, Austrian deep house don and half of Kruder and Dorfmiester, makes a rare London club appearance. A pioneer of European deep house, broken beat and trip hop, Kruder's sets are as innventive and unique as his ground-breaking productions.
He is joined by Si Begg, a similarly restless musical soul and influence on UK techno, sub lo/ dub step, house and neo disco. Ashley Beedle's legion projects and pseudonyms (including Black Science Orchestra, Dark Star, Delta House of Funk and chart topping X Press 2) have seen him continually re-define house, neo-soul, acid jazz, psychedelic funk and the reawakened London reggae scene.
New act Dec shoes have been delighitng audiences at fetsivals and clubs this summer. They create a deep and raunchy take on house and techno. Producer and DJ, Portfolio, cut his teeth as resident DJ at Singapore’s celebrated Zouk club and has recently blossomed as a producer for Mighty Runble records and been picked-up by Steve Lawler for compilations, amongst others. Trees For Cities regulars David Jenkinson (hermosabeatscartel) and Rupert the Brewer will be bringing their smouldering beats to the turntables and Noise of Art founder Ben Osborne will deliver a trademark round of roof bumping electronic grooves.
Completing the immersive club experience and matching the sonic breadth of the night’s club sounds, there will be surround visuals, performance art and spectacular contemporary dance pieces provided by Noise of Art’s regular contributors Your Mum, Overlap and The People Pile, plus an alien anti-fashion show by artist Mark Scott Wood.
Money raised from the event will go to Trees for Cities to plant Metiss’age trees in inner cities.
Trees For Cities grew out of club nights in the 1990s to raise money to plant trees in inner cities, improving the environment and the lives of those living in it. To date over 225,000 have been planted where they are most needed.
Metiss’age events are organised Noise of Art in London with sister events in Paris and Rome, organised by founder Global Warming and Italian partner Explora.
Metiss’age is supported by the cultural programme of the European Union and is an inter cultural dialogue between three European partners. Metiss'age aims to celebrate cultural and urban eco diversity in Europe.