Noise of Art DJs: Bratri, Floex & Ben Osborne

Noise of Art’s European new music platform, Music Sans Frontier, is contributing three live broadcasts to this year’s First Light festival; two from Prague and one from First Light’s secret HQ in the UK.

Featuring a full live drum kit and live synths and electronics, Bratri (Czech) are identical brothers who create synapse snapping live techno reminiscent of Orbital and Booka Shade.

Floex (Tomáš Dvo?ák) is a clarinettist, composer and multimedia artist from Prague, who creates an atmospheric universe, exploring the coexistence between electronic and acoustic sound.

Described as a “polymath” (Time Out), Ben Osborne (UK) is a DJ, writer, producer and founder of Noise of Art, a pioneering collective connecting “music with the arts, film and other media” (M Magazine). He DJs internationally and his projects are performed in diverse settings, from festivals and nightclubs to art galleries and bespoke spaces such as BT Tower for the London Olympics, where he played for the stars of UK atheletics. Time Out describes “shimmering electronic delights” and “dancefloor bombs” in his eclectic sets.

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