Klein, Mark Fell and The Death of Rave announced for London Contemporary Music Festival 2018
LCMF announces a host of FACT favourites for its 2018 edition.
London Contemporary Music Festival has unveiled its program for 2018, with artists including Klein, Mark Fell and Mark Leckey set to perform at the six-day multidisciplinary music and arts event.
LCMF has partnered with the Serpentine Galleries, Manchester label The Death of Rave, experimental ensemble Apartment House and choir collective Musarc, which takes place in the first two weeks of December across various London venues, including Ambika P3, Second H0me Spitalfields and Bloc in Hackney Wick.
Klein will perform a multimedia collaborative show with artist and set designer Club Couture during the ‘I contain multitudes’ event on December 15, which also features the UK premiere of minimal composer Julius Eastman’s The Holy Presence of Joan D’Arc, as well as a performance of composer Annea Lockwood’s Gone.
On December 13, Mark Leckey’s cyborg statue Nobodaddy will perform with a live band during the ‘New Intimacy IV’ event, whilst on December 14, LCMF will host the world premiere of a new commission from computer musician Mark Fell.
Also taking place on December 14 is a club night hosted by Manchester label The Death of Rave at Autumn Street’s Bloc that boasts a monumental lineup featuring JASSS, Gábor Lázár, Howard Thomas, Teresa Winter, Black Mecha, Beatrice Dillon, Croww and Conor Thomas.
Tickets for the 2018 edition of London Contemporary Music Festival are on sale now. For more information regarding the LCMF program and events, head to their website. Check out the lineup below and revisit FACT mixes from JASSS and Beatrice Dillon for a taste of what to expect.
London Contemporary Music Festival 2018 lineup:
Carlos María Romero
The Death of Rave
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