Two great British institutions have hooked up to bring us a night of electronic music and art. The always inspiring Tate Britain will be hosting the Warp Records crew this Friday night for an evening of performance and installations inspired by artist Jeremy Deller’s work ‘The History of the World’ (a big scribbly mind map about acid house and brass band music created in 1998). The Warp artists have picked out sections of the piece to work with; Oneohtrix Point Never does Melancholy, Hudson Mohawke is giving us Summer of Love, Rustie’s rave(ing), there’s a tribute to 808 and 303 from Hellicar & Lewis in collaboration with Arthur Carabott and John Nussey and Patten will be playing live. We’re not quite sure what to expect but we know it’s going to be damn cool whatever it is. The event is open 6.30pm-10.30pm and it’s free (niiice) and is on a first come first served basis, but the Tate Britains’s pretty big so we’re hoping there’ll be room for all us electronic music lovers. Probably best to get down there early if you can though. We’ll report back next week.