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ATP Concerts Presents: Made In Japan - A Benefit Concert For The Victims of the Japan Disaster: Squarepusher, LFO, F*** Buttons, Declan Allen, N>E>D
The thoughts and prayers of everyone at ATP are with our Japanese friends both new and old as they recover in the aftermath of the recent disaster. ATP urges you to support the victims of the Japanese disaster - all of the profits from this event will go to the Japanese Red Cross and will be used towards helping the Japanese people recover from this devastating natural disaster over the coming months and years.
The event has a stunning line-up featuring Squarepusher (playing a special improv/jam set), LFO and F*** Buttons, as well as guest DJs Declan Allen and N>E>D>.
Everyone who buys a ticket to the benefit, will receive a code to receive a new exclusive Autechre track, '6852'. Codes will be sent out from Monday onwards with details on how to redeem it.
Art for this event has been generously donated by Tim Biskup - giclee posters (produced free of charge by www.jealousgallery.com) will be on sale at the event with all profits going to the Japanese Red Cross.
At the show there will also be a raffle in which prizes like ATP festival chalets, Spiritualized box sets and other ATP prizes, plus music from labels including Warp, Matador and EMI will be up for grabs - every raffle ticket bought wins a prize and all proceeds go to the Red Cross.
Weird journeys through the realms of electronic drum'n'bass that would make Aphex Twin run away and hide under the covers.
Alter ego of Tom Jenkinson.
Squarepusher tour dates
Now a solo project of Mark Bell, anyone who remembers the halycon days of the techno and rave uprising in 1990 will remember the acid beeping hook, swirling synths and rib-shaking bass throbs that made up LFO's biggest ever hit (also named LFO!).
LFO tour dates
F*ck Buttons bring new sensibilities to the obscure art of noise. Using severely distorted children's keyboards, guitar, vocals and piezo contacts on metallic surfaces, they create a searing, painful yet passionate sound with interesting underlying aesthetics and a compelling stage presence.
F*** Buttons tour dates