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Short Circuit presents Mute (13 + 14 May 2011)

| On 02, Dec 2010

SHORT CIRCUIT presents

MUTE

2 DAYS OF MUTE AT THE ROUNDHOUSE LONDON

13 + 14 MAY 2011

TICKETS ON SALE ON FRIDAY 3 DECEMBER 2010

Mute will host 2 days – 13-14 May 2011 – at London’s historic Roundhouse as part of the annual Short Circuit Electronic Music Festival.

Featuring performances and unique collaborations from Mute artists past, present and future alongside talks, workshops, screenings and installations, the occasion will celebrate Mute’s unique and influential work as a label.

Tickets go on sale on Friday 3 December and will include a limited premium ticket, which will give access to both Mute days, entry to an exclusive aftershow party, as well as specifically created Mute objects that will only be available with this ticket.

Tickets will be available from http://www.roundhouse.org.uk/short-circuit-presents-mute and are priced as follows:

Fri 13 May – £30 (6pm-1am)

Sat 14 May – £45 (12pm-12am)

Fri & Sat – £65

Limited Premium Ticket – £100

Mute was founded by Daniel Miller in 1978, and since then has signed and developed some of the world’s most influential recording artists – including Depeche Mode, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Goldfrapp, Erasure, Moby and Richard Hawley – and become home to a crop of emerging talent and recent signings such as Josh T. Pearson and Liars.

Whilst maintaining a firmly eclectic roster, from the earliest days of The Normal, Fad Gadget and DAF through to the techno era with artists such as Plastikman / Richie Hawtin and Speedy J, and to the present day with hybrid electronic artists such as Yeasayer and S.C.U.M, the label has always been a champion of electronic music.

Mute also looks after a catalogue of seminal electronic artists such as Can, Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire and Kraftwerk.

Short Circuit pays tribute to the key Pioneers of Electronic Music, recent festivals have hosted performances from artists such as the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Holger Czukay, John Foxx, Jeff Mills and Gavin Bryars.