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Club music heavyweights Ed Banger Records recently celebrated 10 years in the business, wrapping up a decade of ear-bleeding, but nonetheless awe-inspiring electro. While Busy P stands as head honcho, any visual onslaught from the label – music videos, T-shirts and sleeve designs - doesn’t see the light of the day without final approval from art director and on-the-go shutterbug So Me. Adding his own sentiments to the commemoration, the French artist rummaged through his photographic archives to hallmark the label’s decade. Titled ”Travail Famille Party,” the exhibition launched on April 1 at the Red Bull Space, exhibiting swathes of images that capture the collective’s finest moments in the studio, touring and inevitably, partying. Blending in sentiments both personal and chaotic, the exhibition displayed a genuine portrayal of one of the most influential dance labels in electronic music. ”Travail Famille Party” will be showing until April 5; for those who can’t attend all images will be documented for posterity via book form. Stay tuned for more on the release.
Red Bull Space
12 rue du Mail