|7 Dec 2012|
Friday 6th December
8pm The festival proper begins on Friday 7th December with the…
London Underground Film Festival Opening Night Party
Advanced, discounted tickets are available for £5 + booking fee at: www.wegottickets.com or for £8 at the door.
OPENING NIGHT! The London Underground Film Festival returns to the Horse Hospital with a hisssssssssss in 2012! Our opening night party this year will be a paroxysm of live music, readings, DJs, performance art, and…
A project of Robert M Fenner, formerly of noise project RMF-Noir and minimal synth two-piece No Kisses, Nurvuss returns for a rare live show! Analogue synthesizer-based yet ever-changing, with a lyrical focus on celebrities, consumerism, mental illness and having the nicest lawn on the block, Nurvuss had the honour of being the opening act for the 2010 Drop Dead Festival in Vilnius, Lithuania. His first 7″, aptly titled “American Made” is available now from:
Krista Papista is a musician/producer based in London who has been writing, producing and performing since the age of 14. Her main influences are: Sam Cooke, Billie Holiday, David Bowie, Chet Baker, Julie London, Greek Pop music, Manuka Honey, Carl Jung, John Cage and Albert Camus. Krista’s music comprise recurring themes of pleasures still un-tasted and invisible designs. Papista describes her distinctive sound as “Sordid Pop”, “Contrasting Panorama” or “Blues Fantastica”. She released her debut album “Krista Papista” in 2012.
Pulp novelist, theorist of plagiarism, and former magus and sole member of the Neoist Alliance: the author of Blood Rites Of The Bourgeoisie (2010), Blow Job (1997), and Red London (1994), Stewart Home will be reading at us.
The performance artist Stav B, who has performed at Behind Bars, Kaos, Brave Exhibtions, Act Art, the Hayward Gallery, and her own pop up cocktail bar, Stav B’s Liquor Bar, will be performing.
Wave, Body, Beat, Acid and beyond, with DJs from East London’s XENOGLOSSY.
London based electronic outfit NÓI KABÁT draw on inspiration from constructivism, futurism, 70s science fiction and noise theory to create a sound reminiscent of the early industrial pioneers.
Projections will be courtesy of the London-based artist, Stuart Pound, who has been working with film and video since the early 1970s.
The Opening Night Party will also be the launch of an exhibition of new works by Justyna Burzynska. A mixed media display of post-humour cyber folk. Unknown memes, neurotic graphics, visual poems and old fashioned illustration.