W-E-Corp versus the World!
Drive-in after party with James Lavelle, Cottam and Beats of Rage
Preston Guild Hall Foyer 10pm-3pm
£10 advance £12 door
On Saturday 24th September They Eat Culture will invite the general public and movie fans from that evening’s drive-in screening of The Man Who Fell to Earth to a unique after event at Preston Guild Hall’s foyer.
Electronic music legend James Lavelle headlines, with support from DJ Cottam (Warehouse Project) and local boys Beats of Rage,
Entitled ‘W-E-Corp Versus the World‘, this after party also incorporates an element of theatre inspired by conspiracy theories and the paranormal. As the night progresses, partygoers will encounter members of a mysterious group known as WE-Corp.
A gig-cum-immersive-experience, the public will be led to the venue by following instructions spread by text message and flyer.
This event is produced by They Eat Culture for the Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival that will be taking place in Preston 23rd and 24th September.
The Guild Hall Foyer, The Guild Hall, Lancaster Road, Preston PR1 1HT
For further info contact Robyn Talbot, press and marketing coordinator email@example.com 07976 936 219 / 01772 499207
www.level7.eventbrite.com and over the bar at The Continental, South Meadow Lane, Preston, PR1 8JP
Info about AND Festival Drive-In - http://www.newcontinental.net/whats-on/w-e-corp-versus-world-drive-and-level-7-after-party-james-lavelle
Legendary as a producer and one half of electronic music outfit UNKLE (the other half being DJ Shadow), James Lavelle recently headlined the dance tent at Leeds / Reading. He headlines our event with this DJ set that will go on into the early hours. Over the course of his career this great performer has provided the soundtrack to Sexy Beast, collaborated with Thom Yorke, Josh Homme, 3D of Massive Attack and many more and remixed tracks for a host of artists including Garbage, The Verve and Beck.
Preston’s very own superstar DJ and producer. With releases and remixes on Delusions of Grandeur, Quintessentials, Phonica, Wolf Music, Use of Weapons, Story, Fina and Aus Music Cottam’s DJing style combines techno with deep jacking house.
The Filth Wizard / Beats of Rage
Preston’s dirty rave-up merchants complete the musical line-up.
Meanwhile, W-E-Corp bring their brand of ‘performance warfare’ to the party. Keep your eyes on www.wecorpinc.com for more information and renegade transmissions.