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BUG Ninja Tune XX special at onedotzero
BUG Ninja Tune XX night is part of this year's onedotzero festival and is happening this Friday, November 12th at BFI Southbank - hosted as usual by Adam Buxton.
There will be twenty years of classic music videos and audio-visual wonders from the groundbreaking British label celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year - and Ninja Tune founder and Coldcut stalwart Matt Black will be Adam's special guest on stage, talking about the music video output of the label in general and Coldcut in particular.
BUG Ninja Tune XX is now fully booked, but there are lots of other cool events happening at this year's onedotzero, that runs from tomorrow, November 10th to the 14th.
To check out the full programme go to the onedotzero website, and visit the BFI website for listings and to book tickets.
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