Noise Of Art’s 100 years of Electronic Music
To mark 100 years since the first ever electronic music concert Noise Of Art are putting on a series of events across London. Running from 3rd-26th April, there will be a number of special events to look out for with the London debut of Booka Shade‘s new live set planned for 25th April.
Electronic music has come so much further than anyone back in 1914 could have ever expected and, thanks to the wealth of technology we now have available, more people are indulging themselves with electronic music than ever before. When Luigi Russolo played his prototype synthesisers in public for the first time back in 1914 he could never have dreamed of the tools that would now be available for music-making just 100 years later.
Though it may seem to us now that 100 years is an incredibly long time to develop a style of music, the advancements that have been made over the last century are astounding and should not be so often taken for granted. Whether you’re a fan of Kraftwerk their contribution to electronic music, and even music in general, is underniable and overwhelming.
The list of names already confirmed for performances throughout this celebration month includes The Reflex, Tom Findlay, Severino and Justin Robertson as well as a host of other electronic music personalities. By not restricting the events to one venue, Noise Of Art will hopefully be able to take over the City Of London and turn April into one big month of electronic music mastery.
For all the information you need for these events, head over to the Noise Of Art website.
The Booka Shade is part of the Convergence Music + Technology series hosted by Village Underground.
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