It's time for Late at Tate again... tonight's big bash is going to be loud with specially invited DJs filling the building with music and grooves - all for free. From 6pm until 10pm, two levels of Tate Britain will be taken over by tonight's snappily titled Noise of Art and will become the "plushest chill out bar in the planet on one floor and the grooviest discotech on the other." The guys on the decks are as follows:
LEVEL ONE (Atterbury Street entrance) - The Discotech
Airside project a specially commissioned show in the discotech all night.
18:00 Adam Barry DJ
18:30 Man Like Me
19:00 Product 01
This girl boy Brighton-based duo caught global attention with their twisted re-working of Blondie’s Heart Of Glass
19:30 Fred Deakin (DJ Set)
Half of the Lemon Jelly duo and part of the Airside arts collective
20:00 A1 People
20:30 Les Hommes Du Train
These guys 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
LEVEL TWO (Millbank Entrance) - The Chill-Out Lounge
18.00 Chris Coco DJ
BBC Radio 1 presenter of the Blue Room opens the chill out gallery session
18.30 Vector Lovers
Funky dance floor techno and beautiful chilled out futuristic landscapes
19.30 A Man Called Adam
Ibizan favourites of the Balearic chill out set perform their new audio-video project, Hooked On Classical, live
Playing his new ambient work, Live At The Planetarium
Next generation electro outfit bring the evening to a close with catchy dance riffs
Noise of Art at Tate Britain, tonight, 6pm until 10pm. All events free. Access maybe restricted if gallery reaches full capacity. For more information, go to the Tate Britain website here.