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DJ Food—Kraftwerk: Klassics, Kovers & Kurios

Friday 2 August 2019

The Ninja Tune and Solid Steel legend presents a show that takes Kraftwerk's various eras, looks and line ups and combines them into a 90 minute collage of electro and techno—a visual history of the groundbreaking electronic group.

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Bar opens 8:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Early Bird £12.00
Advance £15.00
On the door £17.00

10% off for members

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Tickets available in person from Lyme Regis and Bridport Tourist Information centres and over the phone on 01297 442138.

Booking fee may apply.

The Ninja Tune and Solid Steel legend presents a show that takes Kraftwerk's various eras, looks and line ups and combines them into a 90 minute collage of electro and techno—a visual history of the groundbreaking electronic group.

From 1995’s ‘Recipe For Disaster’ onwards, DJ Food has mixed 100s of hours of audio for compilations (Including Coldcut’s Journey’s By DJ mix), radio and the web using his vast experience and record collection. Now Listen! is one of his most famous records. Rescoring The Monkees’ cult classic film ‘Head’ on turntables or inviting Paul Morley to narrate a history of cut and paste music on his ‘Raiding the 20th Century’ mix are just two examples of personal projects he created during the 2000s.

In tandem he has enjoyed a career as chief designer for Ninja Tune since the early 90s, running parallel with his music making. In 2010 he was responsible for the entire look and design of the Ninja Tune XX campaign and releases that celebrated 20 years of the label.

His last album, 2012’s ‘The Search Engine’, featured JG Thirlwell (Foetus), The The’s Matt Johnson and Natural Self across several vocal cuts. The launch party was conducted in the London Planetarium with a 50 minute 360 degree full dome visual showcase made by Kev in conjunction with their astronomers.

With support from DJ James Baker