Bowers & Wilkins, Rough Trade East and Mute Records event

Rough Trade East event with Mute Records

To celebrate our partnership, Bowers & Wilkins and Rough Trade are inviting you to join them on 6th December for a special evening of music from iconic British label Mute Records.

Confirmed DJs on the night include Mute founder Daniel Miller and Maps, aka James Chapman, with more to be announced.

Maps, aka James Chapman, released his Mercury shortlisted debut album, “We Can Create”, in 2007 followed by 2009’s “Turning The Mind” and is currently completing work on the new album, due out in 2013.

Everyone who registers to attend will receive a brand new track from Polly Scattergood – Disco Damaged Kid – the first taste of what’s to come from her forthcoming album, the follow up to the eponymous debut from 2009.

Not only that, but everyone coming to the event will be entered into a prize draw for a pair of award-winning Bowers & Wilkins P3 headphones, and will receive a Mute CD featuring tracks from 2012’s releases including VCMG, Yeasayer, Liars and Can, plus unreleased material from Polly Scattergood, Maps, Crime & the City Solution and Big Deal’s albums due out in 2013.

This unique event will be popular and places are limited so make sure you register your place as soon as possible to guarantee entry.

  • Thursday December 6th, 7 pm
  • Rough Trade East, Dray Walk, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

 

 

 

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