London, SW1P 4RG, England

Noise of Art
Friday 5 May 2006, 18.00?22.00
Part of Late at Tate Britain: May
Celebrating the convergence of visual and audio art in the digital age, the Noise of Art takes on the Tate Triennial 2006?s theme of appropriation with DJs and techno producers transforming Tate into the plushest chill out bar in the planet on one floor and the grooviest discotech on the other.

The performers include Parisian house pioneer I:Cube, Fred Deakin of Lemon Jelly, Chris Coco (BBC Radio 1), Vector Lovers, A Man Called Adam, A1 People, Temposhark, Product 01 and Les Hommes du Train.


Manton Foyer: Discotech
LEVEL ONE (Atterbury Street entrance)
Airside project a specially commissioned show in the discotech all night.

18:00 Adam Barry DJ
Recently relocated from Ireland, Dubliner Adam Barry is new addition to London?s breaks scene and will be starting this evening of with a bump.

18:30 Man Like Me
Signed to Non Stop records, Man Like Me is the latest act to challenge The Streets as the champions of crossover Grim Spitting lyrics over chopped dancehall beats. His live show kicks off the evening downstairs with an explosion of energy.

19:00 Product 01
Girl boy Brighton-based duo Product 01 produce body-rocking electro. They first caught global attention with their twisted re-working of Blondie?s Heart Of Glass, have just released their latest single, Hot, and are gearing up for their debut LP.

19:30 Fred Deakin (DJ Set)
Half of the Lemon Jelly duo and part of the Airside arts collective, Fred spins some of his more dance-floor-flavoured beats tonight, while Airside show a specially commissioned projection all evening.

20:00 A1 People
Formed in the 1990s, A1 People spearheaded the end of century revival of electro beats. Still going strong and back with a new live line-up, they are rightly gaining new fans amongst the current electro inspired dance scene.

20:30 Les Hommes Du Train
Bubbling under on London?s electronic scene, Les Hommes Du Train combine live instruments and electronics to produce genre-defying dance music.

21:00 Ben Osborne
DJ and Noise of Art Curator Ben Osborne ends the evening with a last round of twisted disco before heading off for the after party. Discount flyers for the after party are available from the DJ booth.

All events free. Access maybe restricted if gallery reaches full capacity.

Octagon: Chill-out
LEVEL TWO (Millbank Entrance)

18.00 Chris Coco DJ
Currently between dates as Robbie Williams?s official world tour DJ, the BBC Radio 1 presenter of the Blue Room opens tonight?s chill out gallery session.

18.30 Vector Lovers
The critically acclaimed Vector Lovers is the frazzled brainchild brain child of Martin Wheeler. His work oscillates between funky dance floor techno and beautiful chilled out futuristic landscapes. Tonight he joins forces with Namke Communications for a specially commissioned live audio-visual show.

19.30 A Man Called Adam
Ibizan favourites Sally and Steve, aka A Man Called Adam, have been king and queen of the Balearic chill out set for the last decade. Tonight they perform their new audio-video project, Hooked On Classical, live.

19.00 I:Cube
Veteran Parisian producer I:Cube first surfaced in the mid 1990s with the now rare house classic Disco Cubism, which featured one of the first ever Daft Punk remixes on the b-side. Tonight he plays his new ambient work, Live At The Planetarium.

21.00 Temposhark
One of London?s next generation of electro outfits, Temposhark are being hotly tipped by scene people such as Mark Moore and stars including the Pet Shop Boys. They bring the Duveen evening to a close with their catchy dance riffs and launching their new single, Joy.

All events free. Access maybe restricted if gallery reaches full capacity.

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Added by wilf303 on May 4, 2006