Slipped Disco vs Noise Of Art presents Le Le

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    Le Le (Live), Les Hommes Du Train (AV) show, Dominique Woolf (Live), DJ Ben Osborne (NME Radio/ Noise of Art)
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  • NME Radio related club night, Slipped Disco, is teaming up with long term collaborators, Noise of Art, to introduce UK audiences to Amsterdam’s hot new live band and live art act Le Le, as well as presenting Les Hommes Du Train’s Picadilly and London based songstress Dominique Woolf. Based in Amsterdam, Le Le have invented a French region as their fictitious homeland and sing in French, German, English and Dutch. A three piece, Serge Fabergé (real name Pepyn), the front man and vocalist of Le Le, is also the front man and vocalist of the chart topping Dutch rap-electro crew de Jeugd Van Tegenwoordig (Youth of Today). Rimer London plays every instrument imaginable and is previously well known for his underground Electro act ‘Comtron’; who were picked up by Kraftwerk as their tour support act. Parra is not only a musical force, but also an internationally renowned artists and designer. Le Le ‘s live performances are rare as the band are notoriously choosy about shows. On stage Rimer is the master of the music, Parra creates live images that interact with the audience and Serge is the manic front-man, who raps, sings and sips champagne. On the same night Noise of Art will also be launching their long awaited debut single, Les home Du Train’s ‘Piccadilly Nites’, and inviting electro songstress Dominique Woolf (formerly Devil’s Gun) to take to the stage. The whole night will be wrapped in the warm embrace of Ben Osborne’s slipped disco grooves and recorded for his club music radio show on NME Radio. About Slipped Disco Described as “ace!” by Time Out, Slipped Disco is no stranger to breaking European acts into the UK. Over the last (nearly) four years, it’s introduced the UK to acts such as SebastiAn (Ed Banger) and Kavinsky (Record Makers), who played their first ever gig together here and went on to become Daft Punk’s tour DJ duo. Alex Gopher played his first ever live indie band gig at SD and the club’s played host to a shed load of established acts (I:Cube, Lemon Jelly and so on). Slipped Disco is also the live extension of Ben Osborne’s Friday and Saturday night club music show on NME Radio. Listen to Slipped Disco on NME Radio On fm in London (October) and Manchester (November) on 87.7 fm and across the UK on Sky 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727 and About Noise of Art “When it comes to mega multimedia events... Noise of Art, are all over it.” Time Out, 2008 “An electro visual soundclash” The Times, 2007 “It’s a fusion of past, future, film and music that’s bound to generate some exciting and outlandish collisions.” DJ Magazine, 2008 Formed in 2006, Noise of Art celebrates the convergence of music and art brought about by the digital age. A live and recording organisation, it has a record label partnership with the BFI. For the last three years it has put on high profile cross platform music and art events in venues that range from the exotic and unusual, to undiscovered underground gems.
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