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Neneh Cherry, Darkstar and Tim Head – a sonic and visual performance for Art of Patrón this Thursday in London

April 12, 2016

ArtsGroup Exhibition | by Harry Seymour

Patrón Tequila have come together with the legendary musician Nenah Cheery, electronic music duo Darkstar and digital visual artist Tim Head to curate a one off unique night of audio and graphic entertainment this Thursday in London. Highlighting some of the best artistic talent the city has to offer, the Art of Patrón hosts the night at Village Underground in Hackney, whilst also bringing together some of London’s best cocktail makers to provide the audience with drinks.

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The Art of Patrón

Neneh Cherry, the singer-songwriter, has been known for tearing up the rulebooks when it comes to music and art since the 80s. Her unique sound never staled and always gets the party started on the decks. Joining her will be electronic dance duo Darkstar, who will fill the Shoreditch warehouse with their unique sound. Accompanying them is legendary visual artists Tim Head, who has a unique blend of digital video art which will bring the music to the eyes of the audience in a brand new piece by the artist. There are also a range of Patron Tequila artist designed bottles which will be on show.

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The Art of Patrón

Further music will be provided by F A M, the London based creative collective of artists, musicians, producers and DJs, and musician, producer and DJ CKtrl, who will be bringing music inspired by the sights and sounds around him through his powerful detailed instrumentals, as well as the raw talent that is James Massiah will be mixing poetry and music. The crowd can meanwhile enjoy specially-created Patrón cocktails from four different bars, hosted by Aqua Shard, Callooh Callay, London EDITION Punch Room and Trailer Happiness. This will be one night of art and music to not miss.

By Toby Mellors

For guest list, email ArtOfPatron@thrsxty.com

Art of Patrón, London, Village Underground, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3PQ, Thursday 14 April, 2016, 8.30pm – late.