The intimate show is in support of forthcoming album The Triad.
FACT will celebrate the re-opening of Camden’s Jazz Café by hosting a gig with electronic artist Pantha Du Prince.
Taking place on June 3, the gig follows the release of the artist’s forthcoming album The Triad, which follows the relative solitude of 2010’s Black Noise with an LP composed through “more human ways of interacting.”
Pantha Du Prince releases The Triad through Rough Trade on May 20, but you can watch the video for ‘The Winter Hymn’ and explore the album’s sounds with a soundboard website filled with samples from the LP.
The gig will be one of the first to take place at the iconic venue after its refurbishment by the team behind London venues XOYO, The Nest and Phonox with a new layout and sound system.
As well as FACT’s gig with Pantha Du Prince, the first few weeks of the new Jazz Café will see appearances from Al Dobson Jr, Darkstar, Kutmah, Dâm-Funk, Egyptian Lover and Breakbot. You can buy tickets for all events at the Jazz Café website.