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Grade II listed, Art Deco venue – Islington Assembly Hall to host EMERGENCE


An immersive audio and visual experience of Max Cooper’s latest album. Max has synthesised his skill as a producer and his deep interests in science to create a Hadron Collider-grade ambient techno world, in the lineage of The Future Sounds of London’s ‘Lifeforms’ for 2016. It’s also one of the most beautiful records you’ll hear all year.

Islington Assembly Hall was built in 1929 and its charisma and charm will provide the perfect ambience for Max’s live show.

Fast forward to today and many of the original features are still there, with some modern to the art deco interior, giving a unique touch. With an original sprung dancefloor in there, it won’t take much to get your feet moving if you’re in the standing area. If you’d prefer to experience EMERGENCE in a different way, then the seated area might be for you. With greater views of the visual show, and the buildings architecture you can chill out in comfort and enjoy the show this way if you prefer!






Join Max Cooper on Dec 2nd – Full details HERE