21 Jul 2018 - 7:00 PM - 1:00 AM
With special guests:
Himalayan Dalai Lama (Czech Republic)
DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art)
Creme Twins (London Fields Radio)
+ Heavenly Jukebox
Celebrating Noise of Art’s debut at France’s hottest new festival, Chateau Perché, The Social hosts the final and biggest UK Perché launch party with four of the acts playing this year’s festival in Château d’Avrilly.
The night also sees The Social kicking-off a new association with new Czech acts, with renown electronic Czech duo Himalayan Dalai Lama taking to the stage. The exchange with Move Association and Cross Club in Prague, will see Czech acts play the Social while DJ Ben Osborne, Noise of Art and Heavenly Jukebox will lead an exchange of UK acts playing Prague.
Hailing from Brno in the Czech Republic, Kryštof Matej and David Novotný are award winning purveyors of the downtempo chillwave, ambient triphop and techno. Himalayan Dalai Lama was part of the renown Czech Radio project Audioport and the duo also won an award from Czech Radio’s youth station Radio Wave.
Host DJ Ben Osborne is the founder of Noise of Art. The Guardian describes Noise of Art as an “actual cathedral of sound” and Time Out says his sets span “techno, funk, galactic house, deep down and dirty disco and other dancefloor dynamite”.
Heavenly Jukebox is the DJ arm of Heavenly Records, resident DJ outfit at The Social and regular act at festivals up and down the country – including stage hosting at Glastonbury.
Former resident of Singapore’s only super-club, Zouk, Arklow is a London based purveyor of intricate techno. The Creme Twins have built up a cult East London following through club appearances and their regular crate trawling London Fields Radio show,while Cheng Lou has achieved an equally cult status mixing up disco and techno sets on East London’s warehouse party scene.
Chateau Perché (the perching castle) Festival is a new annual festival that moves to a different, always beautiful, castle in France every year. For its fourth year it’s invited Ben Osborne and Noise of Art to do the first Brexit Distopian Disco arena at the festival.
Chateau Perché Festival, 10- 12 August 2018, Château d’Avrilly 03460 Trévol, France.
Tickets €40-€95 (many ticket categories have already sold out).
Over 200 artists on 11 stages.
Noise of Art’s Brexit Distopian Disco show has a line-up of acts celebrating British club history and contemporary UK club music, including: Matt Black – Coldcut (Ninja Tune), Justin Robertson (Hacienda/ Deadstock 33s), Ramrock Records, Heavy Disco: Ashley Beedle (Black Science Orchestra) & Jo Wallace (Madame Jo Jo’s), Diesel (Xpress 2/ Skint), Electric Lane (Fabric), Jerry Bouthier (JBag/ Kitsune), A Man Called Adam (Acid Jazz/ Other), Deviant Disco presents Ygal Ohalyon, Eva Peel, Ben Osborne, George T (Greco Roman/ Crosstown Rebels), Creme Twins (London Fields Radio), Arklow (Sunny – Zouk Club), Cheng Lou, Dean Strasser, Joseph S Joyce (Default Position) and host DJ Ben Osborne (Noise of Art) being joined by jazz saxophonist Ben Gobble. Plus Orka (Cargo Records), Monkey Fist and Scotch Lobster Live, alongside sun-drenched reggae and dub.