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By combining audio, light and visual projection mapping, The Playground experience engages freedom, engulfing all senses without limitations. The momentum plunges you into fearlessness, back from the leap for a free-fall experience from the high-rises of dependability. Headliners The Orb (live), Pantha Du Prince (live) will be joined by a the legendary Wolfgang Flur (ex Kraftwerk) along with Luke Vibert of Warp Records and up and coming experimental artist Nathan Fake at KOKO on Saturday the 13th July.

We are proud to present the groundbreaking electronic duo The Orb as their headliners for the show. Since the release of their incredible debut album ‘Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld’ more than twenty years ago, The Orb have been one of the most innovative and awe-inspiring electronic outfit in recent times. The pair are currently working on a second collaborative album with dub legend Lee Scratch Perry and rumours have begun to fly over a new tag-team with the electronic hero John Foxx. Needless to say, The Orb’s performance will definitely come with surprises. To complete the top of Saturday’s line up billing with some of the most inspiring and influential artists in the world. Including German-born Pantha Du Prince, a staple of Europe’s ambient techno scene whose new collaborative album with The Bell Laboratory ‘Elements Of Light’ is looking to be one of this year’s most anticipated new releases. Also added to Saturday’s bill will be on of the founding members of electronic pioneers KraftwerkWolfgang Flur. Flur left in the group in the mid 80s to pursue other projects that have seen the producer create a number of unique and diverse productions right up to the present day. With further support from Nathan Fake, Luke Vibert, Molo, Daktyl and Maxx expect a night of the most cutting edge beats until the late hours of the morning.

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Room 1: The Orb (LIVE), Pantha Du Prince (Live), Wolfgang Flur (ex Kraftwerk), Luke Vibert (WARP Records), Nathan Fake      Room 2: hosted by Birth Records: Molo, Daktyl, Maxx Baer

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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