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Aphex Twin’s first London club show in over 10 years to be live streamed

Red Bull's Printworks stream will utilise 10 cameras across the venue

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Aphex Twin's first London club show in over 10 years is to be live-streamed.

On Saturday, 14th September, Richard D James' sold-out set at Printworks will be live-streamed by Red Bull. The performance will feature visual effects from RDJ's long-term collaborator Weirdcore. Ten cameras will be utilised throughout the venue: eight in fixed positions, while one roaming camera in the crowd will offer a 360 experience of the custom-built stage, which features 306 LED panels and lasers.

Taking part of Red Bull Music Festival, which runs across London until 14th September, the event will feature support from artists including Afrodeutsche, Caterina Barbieri and Ugandan drum troupe Nihiloxica. You can watch the live-stream from 10pm here.

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