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We Are Robots music production festival at Old Truman Brewery until Sunday 5 November 2017

We Are Robots is an innovative new music festival curated with the consideration of future global music scenes. As well as an exclusive collaboration with our good friends at Rough Trade, We Are Robots will be joining forces with some of the biggest names in the music industry, exploring the ideas and movements that are propelling the future of music. 🎧 🎹 🎶

Whether you’re a music maker, industry insider or a music fan, come and experience first-hand the new technology in music creation; discuss and attend talks about current and future practices; learn how to hone your skills through innovation workshops with leading brands and immerse yourself within and interact with installations that challenge the senses, and enjoy our impressive line-up of live musical performances.


The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL


Free entry

Just Jam and guests @ Barbican Centre / Saturday 1st March 2014

Just Jam and guests at Barbican CentreTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 19:30-late

@ Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2Y 8DS

Tickets: £17.50 book online


Tim and Barry have never been ones to tow the line. So when The Barbican asked the east London based duo to put on a show, they decided to bring their own brand of originality to Europe’s largest multi-arts venue with a heavy-duty version of Just Jam.

Just Jam is a live music event streamed straight from the underground to the internet. It showcases the grittiest international electronic music backed with contemporary visual art.

The show features a massive 20 metre screen, streaming the event live from the 2,000 people at the venue, to the millions of people tuning in around the world.

Acts including Omar Souleyman, Loefah, Chunky, Big Narstie and Kurupt FM, will have bespoke visual artistry playing live to accompany their performances.

This state-of-the-art multimedia experience will be like no other.

Omar Souleyman
RP Boo
Light Bulb
Big Narstie
Kurupt FM (People Just Do Nothing)
Newham Generals
DJ Sticky
Mount Kimbie

Electric Minds presents… Ben UFO B2B Jackmaster @ Studio Spaces / Saturday 10th November 2012


22:00 – 06:00@ Studio Spaces
Unit 2
110 Pennington Street
E1W 2BBTickets: £16.80 Here

electric minds has a reputation of welcoming the new breed of electronic labels, and they’re excited to continue that tradition by welcoming Numbers’ Jackmaster & Hessle Audio’s Ben UFO for an all night B2B session.As well as being the co-founder of Numbers, Jackmaster is one hell of a DJ. He is a man who lives to play records for people and his eclectic sets skip through everything, embracing guilty pleasures and forgotten classics in the same breath as unreleased dubplate heaters. He is steadily building a reputation as a taste-maker within the bastardized swamp of bass-ed out club music, as well as being one of the most emphatic party selectors.

Having become immersed in the still emerging dubstep scenes in London and Leeds in 2005, Ben UFO’s musical taste was shaped primarily by the DMZ and Sub Dub nights taking place in those cities. However, as music tastes have shifted and scenes have fragmented, Ben UFO’s approach to music has developed. His level of commitment to the dance music of the last two decades has led to a collection of records which reflects the position London has held as a city responsible for the constant development of forward thinking music.

This is a rare opportunity to see these DJ’s play together within such an intimate setting. This party will sell out so it is highly advisable to purchase in advance from Resident Advisor.


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Join The Dots feat. Youandewan @ Basing House / Friday 27th July 2012


22.00 – 04.00

@ Basing House
25 Kingsland Rd
E2 8AA

Entry: £6 Here

Now for any of you who for the past 10 years managed to avoid this date being branded on your memories, the 27th July is the opening ceremony of the biggest event in the world!

Now Mr Danny Boyle, the curator of the 2012 Olympic Ceremony approached the Join The Dots crew and asked if they would host the after party! As honoured as they were they gracefully refused and explained to him that they were very conscious of their public image and wanted to throw a small affair for all their friends and fans. Join The Dots went on to explain that this intimate affair was to be a showcase of some of the best talent connected with the label.

This will be a banger. See you on the dancefloor.

Very Special Guest
James Welsh
Helen S
Joe Jackson

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Matthew Hawtin “DIMENSIONS” Exhibition @ Red Gallery / Until 26th February 2012


Doors: Midday – 6pm
Monday – Saturday

@ Red Gallery
3 Rivington Street
London, EC2A 3DT


Entry: £Free


RED Gallery, M-nus & {ourhistory}, with support from Ontario Arts Council Pres: Matthew Hawtin. A one off London solo exhibition of this ground breaking Canadian artist. The exhibition will showcase work from 1993 to the present that was produced in conjunction with the world famous record labels Plus 8 and Minus, owned by the legendary Richie Hawtin. Original paintings, prints and sculpture will be shown that highlight their working collaboration over the years and give a unique insight into their relationship within the history of electronic music. Elements of repetition, symmetry, colour, textures and reduction are explored within the artwork of Matthew Hawtin, ideas that run parallel with the development and progression in the music releases of Plus 8 and M-nus.

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Oramics to Electronica @ Science Museum London / Monday 1st August 2011


Doors: 10am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)

@ Science Museum London
(Second Floor)
Exhibition Road
South Kensington
London, SW7 2DD

Entry: £Free


Revealing Histories of Electronic Music:

Electronic music is everywhere, from the television that we watch to the music we listen to in clubs and even the ringtones on our mobile phones. But who created these electronic sounds? And how did electronic music develop?

The Oramics Machine is a revolutionary music synthesiser that was created in the 1960s by Daphne Oram. Some people call Daphne the ‘unsung pioneer of techno’.

Daphne had a strong passion for both sound and electronics and the vision to combine the two. It is too fragile to restore to working order, but you can use our new interactive to recreate the sounds that it made.

In October 2011 more exhibits will be added to this core display that will be co-created by people who are working with electronic music today as well as a group of Daphne’s contemporaries.

Find out more on the Oramics Machine Facebook page.

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Biggerbounce presents: One Day Festival @ Sclater Street Car Park / Saturday 30th July 2011


Doors: 12pm – 9pm

@ Sclater Street Car Park
91 Sclater Street
(Off Brick Lane)
London, E1 6HR

Entry: £2 all day


With sunshine finally upon us…

Biggerbounce is proud to present a unique One day Festival this summer set in a large outdoor car park space, famous for it’s colourful street art and location, in the heart of East London, off brick lane.

The event will be a unique combination of the East’s vintage clothing market vibe with the underground feel of electronic music and culture. Ten hours of sun, shopping and seminal beats, celebrating the great British summer with delicious treats to eat and drink.

The setting, vintage beach décor, vintage market stalls, Funktion one sound system, DJs and live acts playing reggae, breaks, nu-disco, deep and tech house.

Tomoki Tamura (holic/saw/four:twenty)
Wallzy (biggerbounce)
Nico D (biggerbounce)
Dave Harbour (bad apple)
Georgio Oniani (damaged)
Junior Kickstart (wreck it up crew)
Matt Zarandi (debut)
Dom Keenan (holic)

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Black Atlantic w/ Moodyman & Joy Orbison @ Netil House Warehouse / Saturday 28th May 2011


Doors: 10pm – 6am

@ Netil House Warehouse
1 Westgate Street
London, E8 3RL

Entry: £15
Buy tickets HERE
(Few tickets available on the door)


Black Atlantic continues to bring the best in electronic music to London. This weekend Black Atlantic introduces Moodymann and Joy Orbison for another event at Netil House.

Arguably one of the most important figures within the Detroit techno scene is cult producer / performer Moodymann aka Kenny Dixon Jnr. The second headliner, Doldrums boss Joy Orbison continues to push things forward, as his sound moves from 2-step to deep house, developing more of an affinity with the sounds coming from Detroit, Chicago, New York and Berlin, than the UK.

Line up:
Moodyman – www.mahoganimusic.com
Joy Orbison – myspace.com/joyorbison
+ Guests

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Black Atlantic presents Modeselektor @ Netil House / Saturday 30th April 2011


Doors: 10pm – 6am

@ Netil House
London Fields
1 Westgate St
London, E83RL
(Entrance to venue via Bocking St)

Entry: £15 Adv


Black Atlantic continues to bring the best in electronic music to London. Modeselektor have already brought their unique brand of dopeness to Melt Festival, Bloc Weekend and a few other choice parties across the globe but Saturday 30th April sees Modeselektion hit London for the first time, with a heavyweight line-up!

Doc Daneeka & Benjamin Damage
Patchwork Pirates

Visuals by Pfadfinderei


Art & Cash is the shocking “behind the scenes” documentary of Modeselektor’s art campaign. Watch below:

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Cocoon Club @ Ewer Street Car Park / Saturday 9th April 2011


Doors: 10pm – 7am

@ Ewer Street Car Park
Great Suffolk Street
London, SE1 0NR

Entry: £17.50/ £20.00 Adv. Tickets

Sven Vath’s Cocoon Club has long been at the forefront of electronic music; Cocoon Club is widely considered one of the world’s best clubs, while Cocoon Recordings’ roster boasts some of the industry’s brightest stars and most innovative producers, including Dominik Eulberg, Funk D’Void, Pig & Dan, Steve Bug and Ricardo Villalobos. In short, global player Vath has created an alternate reality – one where techno is the lifeblood. And it’s touching down in London for the first time since November’s sold-out Matter extravaganza.

Romanian dancefloor destroyers Raresh, Petre Inspirescu and Rhadoo, who together will play a staggering back2back eight-hour set. Eight hours!

Cocoon Club is considered one of the biggest names in electronic music, this is big news people!

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