An atmospheric a/v experience from the London-based electronic duo

31 May 2013 / 20:00
LSO St Luke’s


Red & Orange Members enjoy 20% off ticket prices for this show (subject to availability)

£2 online booking fee, £3.50 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees

 Sold out

This event is now SOLD OUT. Don't miss out on your favourite artists - sign up to our Contemporary Music emails or join our Facebook page.

An evening of relentless rhythmic cycles, intricate, shadowy sounds and hypnotic visuals from London-based electronic duo Raime, in the atmospheric surroundings of LSO St Luke’s – a deconsecrated 18th-century church.

This special audiovisual show is Raime's first London appearance since the release of their debut album Quarter Turns Over A Living Line – a record which weaves together disparate skeins of sound; atomised elements of industrial music are suspended alongside spare vestiges of jungle's rhythmic dynamism, together with hints of doom metal, techno, modern composition and dub.

The visual element of the set, shot by Dakus Films in collaboration with Raime, features Portuguese dancer Romeu Runa. The video was shot in super slow motion in an enormous disused ironworks factory on the outskirts of Lisbon and then edited for the arresting film that unfurls behind the duo as they perform.

‘Its pleasures are those of the violent hollowing out of dancefloor forms, of the exhaustion that waits at the end of the night … they've made something deeply essential for the moment’ The Wire

‘It's dark and it's challenging, but that's precisely why it works’ Guardian

We are pleased to announce that support will come from Mohammad.

RSVP to this event on Facebook now!

This event is part of:
Contemporary Music concerts

Produced by the Barbican in association with BleeD Music

Barbican Contemporary Music
London’s home to the boldest new jazz, world, folk, contemporary classical, rock, pop & electronic music from across the globe.


why not try

Afternoon Tea in the Conservatory
18 Jun 17 - 17 Sep 17 / Conservatory Level 3
Information info

Into the Unknown
3 Jun 17 - 1 Sep 17 / The Curve
Information info

Trajal Harrell: Hoochie Koochie
20 Jul 17 - 13 Aug 17 / Art Gallery
Information info