Unsound is coming to London!

22.07.13 Words by: Aimee Cliff

In the weeks before the annual shape-shifting electronic music festival Unsound in Poland this October, the festival will also – for the first time ever – be landing in London. Spanning four days in September with events at the BFI Southbank, the Barbican and Cafe Oto, as well as a night hosted with techno lovers BleeD, the mini-festival features a range of A/V immersion and experimental collaborations, the likes of which have always defined the forward-thinking annual event. 

On 26th September, Unsound London will open at the BFI with 'Concealed', a collaborative project from Demdike Stare, cellist and composer Danny Norbury and visual artist Michael England (who is also set to debut a new piece with Andy Stott at the main leg of the festival in Krakow in October). The following night will see Brian Williams, aka Lustmord, make his first ever London appearance with an A/V set at the Barbican Centre, while Forest Swords will also make a long-anticipated, much-appreciated London headline debut on Saturday 28th September.

For the full programme and ticket information see below, and check the official Facebook page for updates.  

Thursday 26th September, 8.30pm
BFI Cinema 
Presented with Sonic Cinema
Tickets £15
Anna Zaradny (PL)
Demdike Stare and Michael England present: Concealed, with Sinfonietta Cracovia (UK/PL) 
Tickets – Booking opens for BFI members 6th August, 14th August for non members.

Friday 27th September, 7.30pm
St Luke’s 
Presented with The Barbican
Tickets £20
Pianohooligan presents: Experiment: Penderecki (PL) 
Lustmord (UK) 
Tickets here.

Saturday 28th September, doors 7pm / start 8pm
Venue TBC
Presented with BleeD
Tickets £12.50
Forest Swords (UK) 
Durian Brothers (DE) 
Robert Piotrowicz (PL)
+ special acts to be announced
Tickets here.

Sunday 29th September, doors 8.00pm / start 8.30pm
Cafe Oto
Presented with Cafe Oto
Ticker £8 adv / £10 on the door (if available)
Nicholas Bullen (UK) 
Innode (AT) 
Stara Rzeka (PL)
Tickets here.

Read our review of last year's Unsound festival here.

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