This Friday (December 6th), Tate Britain will be host to installations inspired by Jeremy Deller's The History Of The World, with specially-commissioned soundtracks by Warp Records artists Hudson Mohawke, Rustie, and Oneohtrix Point Never.
For anyone who can't reach the Tate because of things like oceans and time, Dazed Digital are hosting a series of short films that give a taster of the event. Two videos in particular are worth looking at, as they feature Rustie and HudMo's contributions to the installations, titled Rave and Summers of Love respectively. Both are directed by excellent video guy Rollo Jackson.
You can watch the two videos below, and you should head to the Dazed Visionaries site to see further videos, including a short clip soundtracked by (recently profiled LuckyMe artist) Claude Speeed, the video for new Warp signee patten's Aviary, and Jon Rafman's now-notorious clip for Oneohtrix Point Never's Still Life (Betamale).
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.