16.12.15 Santas in Space
We return to the most spectacular venue in London to bringing our unique brand of Fuzzy Feeling to the 376 feet high platform of the Arcelormittal Orbit.
24/05/2014 Colleen & Ex-Easter Island Head
A double bill of musicians renowned for manipulating your expectations as much as they do their instruments; creating hypnotic minimalist music from simple arrays of strings, percussion and even just vocals.
20/02/2014 Gill Sandell & Chris T-T
Album launch and debut performance for two acclaimed alt-folk artists and old friends, launching their first ever collaborative work.
Haiku Salut Lamp Show 11/10/2014
Haiku Salut bring their spellbinding lamp show to the atmospheric surroundings of St John on Bethnal Green.
14/09/2014 Kings Place Festival 2014
So as part of Kings Place Festival 2014 we bring you two of our Daylight Music favourites to the venue. These are free stage performances.
12-09-2014 Daylight Music 5th-Birthday
A special birthday concert on, just for a change, the evening of September 12, featuring Frank Chickens, Chaps Choir, Chris T-T, Gill Sandell, Samantha Whates and Oliver ‘Dollboy’ Cherer.
08/08/2014 Space in This Place
Arctic Circle is proud to present Space in this Place – an immersive evening of space-themed sounds which will permeate the twisting red steel structure of the incredible ArcelorMittal Orbit.
21/06/2014 Camden Crawl
The Camden Crawl returns from an extended break with a fresh look, new dates and a bit of rejuvenation for the 2014 edition of the renowned event set to take place on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st June throughout London’s NW1 & NW5 postcodes.
21/02/2014 Haiku Salut & Ed Dowie
Haiku Salut are an instrumental trio from the Derbyshire Dales who describe themselves as a 'Baroque-Pop-Folktronic-Neo-Classical-Something-Or-Other
11/12/2013 Welcome to ANB / Christmas Broadcast
Our annual Christmas shingdig/pocast now with added wonder and magic thanks to the Age of Not Believing.
27/10/2013 Origamibiro & Moon Ate the Dark
Audio visual collective Origamibiro perform merging found objects, unorthodox contraptions, multiinstrumentalism and persistence of vision to create an atmosphere both nostalgic and otherworldly. They are joined by Moon Ate the Dark to open.
21/11/2013 Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo
"For about 8 years now it's been my dream to one day headline at The Union Chapel after seeing one of my favourite bands 'Low' play there back in the early 2000's." - Emily Barker