London's Southbank Centre has announced its spring electronic music programme, with participating artists including Goldie, Gwilym Gold, Surgeon, Perfume Genius, and more.
Goldie will be performing his album 'Timeless' live with the Heritage Orchestra, while Gwilym Gold will be performing new material as well as discussing the forward-thinking Bronze app, which he used to release his adventurous, constantly-mutating album 'Tender Metal' in 2013.
Meanwhile, the Bleep43 collective will premiere a new collaboration featuring music from Surgeon, Ali Wade, Jo Johnson, and Plant43, and there will be a special live performance from Perfume Genius at the Royal Festival Hall.
The events follow a 2014 season that saw Jon Hopkins and Underworld play sold-out shows.
Peep the full list of events, taking place between May 20th and July 23rd, below, and head over to the Southbank Centre's website for a full breakdown of what each event will entail.
Southbank Centre – Electronic Music Programme 2015:
May 20th: Wild City Night – part of Alchemy, The Front Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall
May 25th: Bishi – part of Alchemy, Queen Elizabeth Hall
May 28th: Bleep 43 – part of Web We Want, Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall
May 30th: Gwilym Gold – part of Web We Want, Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall
June 10th: Perfume Genius, Royal Festival Hall
July 22nd: Goldie – Timeless (Sine Tempore), Royal Festival Hall
July 23rd: Goldie – Timeless (Sine Tempore), Royal Festival Hall