The Tate Britain reopens its front doors today, the culmination of a full-scale transformation that's been three years and £45 million in the making. This winter, the pioneering Late at Tate series also kicks off with an after-hours evening of performance and installation from Warp Records and Jeremy Deller, with sound installations from Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie.
Ahead of its public relaunch, we've teamed up with the Tate Britain to produce a feel-good, all-British playlist of music from some of our favourite Warp artists and a few Dazed favourites. We've got classics from LFO, Aphex Twin and James Blake, slow jams from FKA Twigs and Jai Paul, as well as new tracks from Warp artists like Darkstar (who also recently streamed their two-hour NTS mix with us). Consider it a magical mystery tour through the leftfield, experimental depths of British music. Enjoy.
To celebrate its revamp, Tate Britain will host a Housewarming Party this Saturday, 3-10pm. The Late at Tate evening will take place on Friday 6 December. Details at: tate.org.uk