Erased Tapes have announced plans for a full Southbank takeover.
The label was founded back in 2007, and aims to spend this year celebrating the past while steering a path to the future.
The imprint is set to host a series of events this September, opening with Ben Lukas Boysen completing his first ever live performance at London's Village Underground on September 6th.
Erased Tapes' attention then turns towards the Southbank, with Kiasmos, Dawn Of Midi, Rival Consoles, Lubomyr Melnyk, Penguin Cafe and more performing on September 7th and 8th.
Robert Raths, founder & director of Erased Tapes, said: “I can’t think of a better place to stage our 10th anniversary celebrations than Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall. It has unique acoustics and architecture and is one of London’s most prestigious live venues.”
“We will be commencing the festival with a special opening party at the Village Underground who continue to provide a platform in the club scene for many of our artists. We’re extremely excited that for the very first time we’re able to bring together nearly every artist on the label to share this special experience with the people that have been a part of this 10-year journey.”
Erased Tapes will host their 10th anniversary shows on September 6th - 8th.
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