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Space Rocks: Band Arcane Roots joins set of new space and music event

25 Mar 2018, 16:35 UTC
Space Rocks: Band Arcane Roots joins set of new space and music event
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One of the most exciting and innovative live bands to come out of the UK in recent years Arcane Roots, will be performing a unique synth set exclusively at Space Rocks, an incredible live show that unites space with the art, music and culture it inspires. Space Rocks, which is in association with the European Space Agency (ESA), will be taking place at the indigo at The O2 in London on 22 April and hosted by Dallas Campbell.
Arcane Roots, who have been compared to the likes of Biffy Clyro, Sigur Rós and Radiohead, will be joining a plethora of stars including the Discovery Channel’s Meteorite Men Geoff Notkin and Steve Arnold, musical polymath and Ash guitarist Charlotte Hatherley, Lonely Robot, bestselling science-fiction author Alastair Reynolds, Rosetta comet-lander project scientist Dr Matt Taylor, astrophysicist Dr Maggie Lieu and ESA astronaut Tim Peake.
“We’re extremely proud and very excited to be playing a special set at the first-ever Space Rocks on 22 April. Having visited the European Space Agency (ESA) recently, we potentially have some more collaborations with them soon and hopefully, it’s the beginning of a very cool relationship,” says Arcane Roots’ Andrew Groves. “We can’t wait to see what ...

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