Warp Records and artist Jeremy Deller are set to pair up for an event at the Tate Britain.
Of all the record labels to emerge from the rave explosion, Warp are the ones who have perhaps travelled furthest. Whereas underground dance music still have an outlaw presence, Warp's output is pored over, taken seriously as art by the highest echelons of academia.
So it's heartening to see Warp use their position for a special event. Pairing up with Jeremy Deller, the label is set to showcase it's wares at the Tate Britain on December 6th.
Part of the Late At The Tate series, it finds Warp presenting an evening of performance and installations inspired by Deller's work 'The History of the World'.
Live performances include Jeremy Deller and Acid Brass, while rising London producer patten is also due to appear live. The installations include special contributions from Rustie ('Rave') and Hudson Mohawke ('Summers of Love') while the night will also boast 'A tribute to 808 and 303'.
The best part? Entry is completely free.
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