The celebrations start at Village Underground with an opening party featuring Ben Lukas Boysen, Daniel Brandt, Immix Ensemble and Vessel.
Initially founded by German-born Robert Raths in 2007, the London-based label has grown and extended across the world with satellite offices in Los Angeles and Berlin. Spanning over ten years, Erased Tapes has nurtured avant-garde artists from all around the world whilst remaining genre-defying and truly independent.
Berlin-based producer Ben Lukas Boysen kicks off the Erased Tapes ten year celebrations with his first ever live performance here at Village Underground. Alongside him we have a London premiere from his fellow countryman Daniel Brandt and Eternal Something, plus a live collaboration between Liverpool’s Immix Ensemble and Bristolian electronic composer Vessel.
Erased Tapes continues to celebrate its tenth birthday throughout September with a weekend takeover of the Royal Festival Hall by label artists including Kiasmos, Penguin Cafe, Lubomyr Melnyk, Dawn of Midi, Rival Consoles, Peter Broderick & friends.
16+ Each under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
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