Bristol noise duo Giant Swan (pictured), hip-hop/electronic soloist Coby Sey and composer Shiva Feshareki are among the talent slated for the Southbank Centre’s new electronic music night.
The Concrete Lates event, which takes place in the foyer of Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, will kick off on 13 April with Pan Daijing, JASSS and Giant Swan.
The follow-up on 27 April, will be headed up by Feshareki and reimagines musical works by pioneering electronic composers. M.E.S.H., Coby Sey and E.M.M.A. will also appear.
Bengi Unsal, Southbank Centre’s senior contemporary music programmer, said: ‘Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room have always been spaces for audiences to discover and enjoy music that’s cracking open the status quo.
‘Concrete Lates brings that bang up to date, with a programme of artists who are among the most celebrated and progressive musicians working in experimental electronics today, and giving a platform to incredible and often underrepresented female talent.’
Tickets for Concrete Lates are on sale to Southbank Centre members now and will go on general sale on 21 March via the Southbank Centre website.