my bloody valentine Godspeed You! Black Emperor Swans The Dead C Oren Ambarchi Ben Frost HTRK Thee Oh Sees Sleepy Sun Civil Civic New War Standish/Carlyon Strangers From Now On
Sunday February 17th curated by The Drones
The Drones Beasts Of Bourbon (original line-up) Einstürzende Neubauten Pere Ubu performing 'The Modern Dance' Crime And The City Solution Kev Carmody Dan Kelly Dream Band The Stickmen Don Walker My Disco Lost Animal Harmony Cam Butler & The Shadows Of Love
TV On The Radio De La Soul DOOM Spank Rock El-P Saul Williams Tinariwen CSS Doseone Shabazz Palaces Thee Oh Sees Daniel Higgs (Lungfish) Dragons Of Zynth Celebration Talibam! Dark Dark Dark Lone Wolf And Cub North America Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Deerhunter - Performing Cryptograms, Microcastle & Halcyon Digest The Breeders - Performing Last Splash Tom Tom Club Atlas Sound Rhys Chatham with Oneida Panda Bear Kim Gordon & Ikue Mori James, Roj & Julian [Broadcast and Ghost Box] William Basinski - Performing The Disintegration Loops Avey Tare Pere Ubu Dan Deacon Tim Gane Laetitia Sadier No Age Black Lips Ex Models feat. Kid Millions Samara Lubelski Blues Control with Laraaji Eric Isaacson (Mississippi Records founder)
Post by garageland on Sept 29, 2012 13:56:24 GMT -5
That's part of it, dave. They will do more than one curator at a time, too. Last years NBC event had three, Les Savy Fav/Battles/Caribou. That's been one of my favorite line ups in recent memory. Usually if there is a name on it you don't know, chances are you should.
They stumped me this year with Beasts Of Bourbon. I had no clue who that was till a few weeks ago.
This October All Tomorrow's Parties will be launching a new weekly gig series at the Sebright Arms, London. This will be an opportunity for you to check out new bands, many of whom will be making their first London appearances, at a low ticket price and we'll also be bringing in a mixture of guest DJs, and each night could feature anything from visuals to film to cabaret each time to make it a great regular fixture on the London live music calendar.
How fucking cool is that. They are making it hard for me not to justify just moving to London.
ATP announced the first round of artist for the tv on the radio and deerhunter editions. The deerhunter one looks great tvor one make me feel like I need to do research.
I'm actually looking into the feasibility of it. If it were done I'd have to do Primavera and relax a few weeks before going. We will see. No way can I do two trips in one year. That Deerhunter one is gonna be insane.
TVOTR: TV ON THE RADIO SPANK ROCK EL-P SAUL WILLIAMS TINARIWEN SHABAZZ PALACES THEE OH SEES CSS DANIEL HIGGS (LUNGFISH) CELEBRATION TALIBAM! NORTH AMERICA
Deerhunter: DEERHUNTER performing Cryptograms, Microcastle & Halcyon Digest ATLAS SOUND PANDA BEAR AVEY TAREY PERE UBU DAN DEACON TIM GANE LAETITIA SADIER NO AGE BLACK LIPS (officially pardoned by ATP)
Post by JudgementalGenXwook76 on Nov 20, 2012 9:30:06 GMT -5
Even doing the two that are week apart in early december, it hard to justify dropping 2k+ on a plane ticket for it (even if you had a free place to stay over there).
One year after the student loans are paid off and I can actually start saving money, I want to go over there for Download Fest and not leave until Glastonbury is over with. Maybe an ATP will fall in between them. 2020 - the midlife crisis overseas fest tour
4/27: Dean Ween Group 5/10: The Cure 5/11: The Cure 5/12: The Sword 5/13: Torche 5/18: Deftones 5/31: Buckethead 6/7: Weird Al 6/24: The Cure 7/7: Inter Arma 7/11: Flight of the Conchords 7/31: GNR 9/9: Kraftwerk
Post by bansheebeat on Nov 20, 2012 10:38:05 GMT -5
Wow, the Deerhunter curated one is amazing. Deerhunter, Panda Bear, Avey Tare, Dan Deacon, No Age, and Laetitia Sadier is just ridiculous. I'd love to make it to one of these eventually, but that just isn't going to be possible for a few years.