Before Unsound sets up for its annual October festival in Krakow, Poland, the organization has announced plans for a September visit to London.

With nearly 50 percent of passes for the Krakow festival already sold, organizers in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute in London and Fundacja have announced dates set for September 26-29. The event will take place across the city, at BFI Southbank, Barbican Centre, and Dalston's Cafe Oto, presenting collaborative audio-visual performances.

On the decision to expand to London, Unsound Artistic Director Mat Shulz stated, “Unsound London is a great opportunity to make the link between Poland and the UK developed via our festival even stronger, as well as bring artists or projects to London that wouldn’t usually appear here, especially in such combinations. The Polish contemporary music scene is very strong right now, but too often overlooked, so we’ve given it particular attention throughout the program.”

For more details on the event, head to Unsound, which also contains ticket information.