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The ICA present a night with Jana Rush, Zoë Mc Pherson, Ans M

Following their 75th anniversary celebrations, The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London line up a sizzling genre-fluid programme of events to take place between the months of June to December.

Now in their second year of operation under the direction of Bengi Ünsal, the ICA continue to focus on championing the most challenging and vital artists in the contemporary sphere through a series of events, giving equal emphasis to music, film, moving image, visual arts, performance and much more.

Friday 23 June sees the ICA host an evening of hotly tipped footwork action courtesy of Chicago-based producer and Planet Mu signed artist Jana Rush, alongside a live set from Berlin-based multimedia artist, performer, sound designer and producer Zoë McPherson, bolstered with DJ support from London-based Scorpio Red label co-founder Ans M.

For a taste of the action, take a listen to Jana Rush’s podcast for our sister mix series Newtype Rhythms. The event kicks off at 21:00, tickets linked below.

Flyer 23 June Jana Zoe Ans M

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