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Rock and dance collide at Whitechapel's Rhythm Factory

PUBLISHED: 12:00 30 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:10 05 October 2010

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XFM cult hero Eddy Temple Morris comes to the East End tonight (Friday) for the relaunch of Friday Night Noise. As a DJ, Eddy specialises in blowing apart the lines between dance and rock. Now, after rocking new superclub Matter with his bimonthly The Rem

XFM cult hero Eddy Temple Morris comes to the East End tonight (Friday) for the relaunch of Friday Night Noise.

As a DJ, Eddy specialises in blowing apart the lines between dance and rock.

Now, after rocking new superclub Matter with his bimonthly The Remix All Nighter, Eddy comes to Whitechapel to headline the relaunch of Friday Night Noise in its new home at the Rhythm Factory.

Moving after two years at 333 in Shoreditch, Friday Night Noise is playing host to Eddy's eight-hour eclectic mash up of indie, rock 'n' roll, electro, dance and punk.

There will also be a live set from Kid Carpet who makes peculiar disco punk music with Casio keyboards, things that other people have thrown away, plastic guitars and shouting.

More live music will come from Exile Parade, Starlings, Heads.Hearts and Amoriste as well as DJ sets from Laissez Faire Club and Stop and Play.

Tickets cost £7 from www.wegottickets.com or £9 on the door. The night runs from 9pm-6am.


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