Hudson Mohawke, Rustie and Oneohtrix Point Never to soundtrack new Tate Britain installations

Warp Records' brightest stars will soundtrack work inspired by Jeremy Deller's 'The History Of The World' next month.


Some of Warp Records' brightest stars of today will soundtrack and perform at installations inspired by conceptual artist Jeremy Deller's The History Of The World at Tate Britain next month.

As part of the gallery's Late at Tate evenings, Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke, and Rustie will present specially commissioned soundtracks. Some of the names are intriguing enough in themselves: HudMo's is called Summers Of Love and Rustie's is called Rave, while OPN goes for the slightly more sombre Melancholy.

In addition to this, there will also be a couple of live performances – one from Deller himself (presenting Acid Brass), and one from Dummy fave and new Warp signee patten's live AV show (which, as anybody who attended our AGM can attest, absolutely destroys).

There will also be further contributions from Jeremy Deller, and a tribute to the TR-808 and TB-303.

Best of all, the night will be free.

Late at Tate will host Warp x Tate at Tate Britain on Friday December 6th from 6.30pm 'til 10pm. For more information, head here.

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