Seminal label Warp Records are to curate a night of performances and installations at Tate Britain in December.
Featuring works inspired by Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller‘s 1998 piece ‘The History Of The World’, a spider diagram detailing the connections between Brass Band music and Acid House, the event will take place on the evening of December 6th. Deller will be in attendance, recreating his 1997 piece ‘Acid Brass’ ( which you can watch in action in St.Louis below ), in which he recruits traditional brass bands to cover a medley of techno and acid house classics. New Warp signee patten will be joining him live on the night, with an audio visual show of blissful psychedelic visuals and ambient soundscapes . Meanwhile the music of top Warp artists, Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie will provide the soundtrack to the installations ‘Melancholy’, ‘Summers of Love’ and ‘Rave’ respectively. The all ages event, which runs from 6.30pm until 10.00pm, will also feature a ‘tribute to the 808 and 303’, as well as more work from Deller. Check out the official page for more info.