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In an effort to be more sustainable, we're trialling discontinuing our printed freesheets at gigs.
Read tonight's programme now including running times, venue information and what else is happening at the Barbican while you're here.
Start time: 7.30pm
music for percussion: 50 mins
Interval: 20 mins
datamatics [ver. 2.0]: 55 mins
As a guide, please note that events usually finish by 11pm at the latest
Please note all timings are approximate and subject to change
Tokyo-based journalist Ian F Martin looks back through the decades to see who was responsible for the genre-defining music emerging from the Japanese underground scenes over the past 40 years.
Listen: Japanese Innovators on Spotify
Listen to our Japanese Innovators playlist, featuring artists from Japanese underground scenes responsible for genre-defining music over the past 40 years.
Listen: Ryoji Ikeda's Music for Percussion
Ryoji Ikeda collaborates with The Vinyl Factory on a remarkable vinyl-only release housing 10 locked grooves, each consisting of a unique sine wave with a different frequency correlating to a different planet in the solar system.
Listen: Barbican Recommends
Not sure what to listen to? Every month we update our Barbican Recommends Spotify playlist with what we've been listening to in the office. Expect everything from Actress and Arcade Fire to Kamasi Washington and Omar Souleyman.