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DJ Ben Osborne | National Portrait Gallery London  | Fri 9th August 2019 Lineup

DJ Ben Osborne

National Portrait Gallery in London

Friday 9th August 2019

6:00pm til 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

DJ Ben Osborne plays a set inspired by the portraits at Central London's iconic art gallery.

 
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DJ Ben Osborne on Friday 9th August 2019

DJ Ben Osborne plays a set inspired by the portraits at Central London's iconic art gallery. Spinning a set spanning everything from classic techno, punk-funk, galactic house, to deep down funk, soul and cosmic disco.



https://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/friday-lates/guest-dj-09082019

Ben Osborne is a DJ, musician, writer and broadcaster who appears internationally at prestigoius and underground venues. He’s an award wining creative director and the founder electronic music and art collective Noise of Art and London’s Slipped Disco, Camden Underground and other clubs.

Time Out has described Ben’s DJ sets as “techno, funk, galactic house, deep down and dirty disco and other dancefloor dynamite' and a Guardian review described Noise of Art as “an actual cathedral of Sound”. He's presented shows on Xfm, NME Radio and Totally Radio and has worked at the forefront of digital music. He’s made music for a wide variety of projects and performances and has written extensively about music for newspapers and magazines. His books include an Arctic Monkeys biography and his book on the development of electronic music and club culture has been described as 'essential' by Gilles Peterson.

https://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/friday-lates/guest-dj-09082019

Music Genres: 

Acid House, Disco, Electro, Funk, Jazz

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