London to get new 'multi-sensory' festival, Re-Textured, in 2019

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  • It will aim to explore the intersection of "experimental electronic music" and "brutalist architecture."
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  • A new festival is coming to London next year. In March, Krankbrother will present Re-Textured, a new festival that aims to bring together "experimental electronic music, brutalist architecture and innovative lighting installations." It will take place in multiple venues across England's capital, including Southbank Centre, Walthamstow Assembly Hall, 180 The Strand, E1 London, Village Underground and more, and it will run from Thursday, March 28th, through Sunday, March 31st, 2019. Re-Textured will highlight drone, ambient, leftfield techno and other electronic genres, and the lineup will be revealed later in November. Watch a preview film for the festival.

    • Thu, Mar 28, 2019


      Aïsha Devi, Alva Noto, Anastasia Kristensen, Andy Stott, Aurora Halal, Batu, Ben Sims, Blawan, Blue Veil, B.Traits, Cabaret Voltaire, Carla dal Forno, Caterina Barbieri, Deena Abdelwahed, Demdike Stare, DJ Nobu, Elena Colombi, Fatima Al Qadiri, Gesloten Cirkel, Giant Swan, James Ruskin, Jan Jelinek, JASSS, Karen Gwyer, Kasra V, Kassem Mosse, Krankbrother, Lee Gamble, Lena Willikens, Lucrecia Dalt, Machine Woman, Moritz von Oswald, Nina Kraviz, object blue, Objekt, Phase Fatale, Puce Mary, Regis, Shackleton, Silvia Kastel, Simo Cell, Surgeon, Sync 24, The Orb, Trevor Jackson, Veronica Vasicka, Volvox
      TBA - London