Ben Osborne is a writer, DJ, curator, and driving force behind London's Noise of Art, a collective which marries electronic music with the performing arts, film and other visual media. He is a musician and producer and DJs internationally. He presents radio shows and has written a book on the history of electronic music and the Arctic Monkeys biography. He was the founder of the long running Slipped Disco Club and currently holds two London residencies.
Amongst the venues he’s played are Queen Elizabeth Hall, Tate Britain, Tate Modern, The Roundhouse, Brighton Dome, National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh Corn Exchange, Glasgow Art School, Volks Buhne Berlin, Brighton Dome, Chateau Du Pompiers Canal St Martin, Paris, British Film Institute, as well as festivals such as Latitude Festival, Big Chill Festival, Great Escape Festival, Spot Festival, Brighton Festival, Sonar opening party, Ether Festival and many club venues and warehouse parties. He has presented dance music radio shows for Xfm, NME Radio and Totallyradio.
VIP parties he's played at include the launch party for The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour - attended by Sir Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Paul Weller and members of the Monty Python cast - the official pre-Olympics party at the top of BTTower, The Digital Music Awards with Ed Sheeran and Virgin MediaAwards at BFI Southbank.
He has DJed in, and taken Noise of Art to, countries such as France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Czech republic, Hungary, Switzerland, Slovenia, Abu Dhabi and China.
He has residencies in London and Suffolk and plays everywhere.