Warp Records and Jeremy Deller – the rave-obsessed artist responsible for the British Council's 'English Magic' pavilion at this year's Venice Biennial – have put together the latest of the Tate's 'Late at Tate Britain' series. Appearing live are Deller's Acid Brass project – a traditional brass band performing arrangements of classic acid house and techno tracks – and Warp producer Patten with an audiovisual set. Around the galleries there'll also be newly commissioned installations by electronic artists Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie, as well as a tribute to '808 and 303' – the drum machine and bass synth popularised by acid house – and more surprises from Deller. Entry is free and open to everyone.
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