Further at the Portico Gallery, November 18th

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DJ Food & Pete Williams present the second of their irregular evenings at the Portico Gallery by creating a temporary audio visual space to enjoy. Films, slides, oil projections, food, drink and plenty of seating form the environment to soak up the sights and sounds of Further.

7.30 – 8.30: Doors open, there will be a record stall with stock picked to compliment the evening by Micheal Johnson from the nearby Book & Record Bar and delicious food served alongside the fully licensed Portico bar stocked with local beers and ales.

8.30 – 9.15: Simon James – former Simonsound and Black Channels member and one of the foremost exponents in today’s modular electronics scene – plays a rare live set with his Buchla easel system.

10.00 – 10.45: Sculpture bring their incredible live show to West Norwood via Dan Hayhurst’s tape loops and electronics and Rueben Sutherlnd’s zoetrope turntable visuals
10.45 – 12.00: DJ Food & Pete Williams (Further) will open and close the evening with their multi-projection Light & Sound Designs.

An Ambient Evening with The Orb & Friends Electrical

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The Orb, aka Alex Paterson and Thomas Fehlmann are joined by their friends: DJ Deeon, DJ Dadaist, DJ Food, Gaudi, King Michael, Metamono, Pete W. Rev Eno, Roney FM and Youth.

The duo play an ambient selection of tracks from their first album UltraWorld, with guest appearances from Youth and Gaudi, followed by album COW (Chill Out World) in its entirety with guest Youth and Rev Eno.

Visuals in the auditorium are created by Deep Visuals, The Orb’s long-term video partner, and on level 5 by Further

Before the event, there is a screening of Lunar Orbit, Patrick Buchanan’s feature documentary that explores The Orb’s unique creative process and delves into the story behind the music. This takes place as Friday Tonic at 5.30pm, and is followed by a Q&A.

Tickets here!