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CSM and MKX present Metaphonica IV: The House of Beyond Sound

Event date
1 November 2018 (6pm to 11pm)
CSM and MKX present  Metaphonica IV: The House of Beyond Sound

A night of musical experimentation, noise, performance, sound and silence, Metaphonica IV is a collaboration between Central Saint Martins and Mercury KX – the new record label resident in King's Cross.

Art school is a place for risk taking and rule breaking. Fostering this instinctively rebellious and progressive culture, Metaphonica provides a platform for bold and fearless creative, musical practices. It offers a space for experimentation, resulting in cross-disciplinary forms which blur the boundaries between music, sound, performance and art.

Now in its fourth year, Metaphonica is set to be bigger than ever before, bringing together a host of emerging talents and established artists whose practices blur and disrupt disciplines, exploring new territories between contemporary art and music culture.

Watch this space for a full line-up announcement in early October.


UAL Students and Staff 
Early Bird, available until 22 October:  £5 + one free drink (one free drink)
Standard: £5
UAL cards will be monitored on the door. 

General Public
Early Bird, available until 22 October: £15 
Standard: £20

Visit CSM Ticketing to book. 


Please note:

  • This event may include strobe lighting
  • This event may contain content of an adult nature and is not suitable for persons under 16 years of age. Those under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  • Bag searches will be in operation
  • Photographs and footage will be taken throughout this event.



Mercury KX is a new label within the Decca Records Group. It crosses borders between electronic, modern, classical, alternative and ambient music, and is home to artists including Òlafur Arnalds, Solomon Grey, Luke Howard, Guy Sigsworth, Sebastian Plano and Lambert. Find out more at

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