Oasis' Noel Gallagher is to join psychedelic group Amorphous Androgynous for a one-off special live show in London.

The gig, which is billed 'a monstrous psychedelic bubble exploding in your mind', takes place Sept.17 at London's 2,600-capacity Matter venue - part of the AEG-owned O2 arena complex.

The concert will see Gallagher join Amorphous Androgynous -- the psychedelic side project of Future Sound of London's Garry Cobain and Brian Dougans -- for a one-off performance of the 2009 Oasis single "Falling Down."

Other artists included in the bill include psychedelic veterans Hawkwind and the recently reformed prog-folk group Comus. Cranium Pie and Nick Nicely & The Lives Unlived are also included on the bill.

The one-off live show has been programmed to mark the launch of "Vol. 2 -- Pagan Love Vibrations" a psychedelic compilation compiled by Amorphous Androgynous, which is due to be released Oct.26 in the U.K. through Porcupine/Platipus Records.

Tickets cost £25 ($40) and are on sale now via a range of ticket retailers.