Soundcrash & Warp Records presents
+ Warp DJs
£10 via WeGotTickets
We're very pleased to announce a rare and very special headline set from Warp's incredible Chris Clark.
This will be the last stop of the Clark 'Body Riddle' European tour and the UK’s first fully live Clark show which will have a live drummer added to the set up.
Covering new ground in what’s musically possible Clark has been hailed as one of the most creative and innovative artists in Britain today. Warp themselves say that he has now taken his place within the top ranks of their best electronic music makers and, shortened to Clark, he’s produced the album of his career. The album sets him apart and establishes him firmly as a major Warp talent.
Chris’s 'Body Riddle' live show seems designed to leave a lasting impression, pull on your heart strings, and also to sound very fresh - it is really one not to miss. Contact Music say “If you catch him on tour this winter you will not be disappointed." Indeed, for the 250 who'll pack Lumi tonight this will be a huge treat and one of the most perfect live/electronic experiences performed by a British artist.
Clash Magazine has him as “playing with Techno and Jazz like they were little toys. It is less like music and more like an outcry from the warped edges of reason. It will be a rare treat to hear electronic music sounding this emotional and sincere” while Gigwise calls the album “A devastatingly brilliant piece of work.”
Even the guitar based sites like rockfeedback.com says ”Clark will hopefully turn a lot more people who think that there’s only Aphex Twin and Squarepusher that make good computer generated music onto what he’s doing.”
Support for Clark comes in the shape of another innovator in a more lazy dubwise fashion as Leofah performs live. Leofah has risen to the lofty heights as one of dubstep's key figures and will provide the cherry on the cake for one of the most incredible nights for London's music scene.
Warp DJs provide the interlude, plus a short live/ableton performance from the cult 'G'.
Added by joelp on November 7, 2006