TOMORROW'S PEOPLE!

Autechre curate this year's event...

TOMORROW'S PEOPLE!
The first full details of the line-up for next year’s ALL TOMORROW’S PARTIES have been announced.

As previously reported on NME.COM, Aphex Twin, Fall and Autechre were among the first acts to be announced for the event, which is this year curated by Shellac.

While the UK event will revert to its original format of taking place over one weekend, having been extended to two last year, festival organisers plan to extend its presence in the USA next year, with 'The Simpsons'’ creator Matt Groening curating ATP in Los Angeles and Stephen Malkmus overseeing the event in New York. Last year saw the inaugural American event in Los Angeles. Details of who will appear next year are yet to be announced.

At the Camber Sands event, which runs from April 4 – 6, the initial slew of artists to be announced are:
A Guy Called Gerald
Aphex Twin
Baby Ford
Ned Beckett
Mark Broom
Cannibal Ox
Carl Craig
Coil
Drexicyan
DJ Stingray
Disjecta
Earth
EL-P
The Fall
Farmersmanual
G-Man
Russell Haswell
Thirstin Howl Iii
Hecker,
Kool Keith + Kutmaster Kurt
Lfo
The Magic Band
Graham Massey
Mira Calix,
Jim O'rourke
O.S.T
Andrea Parker
Bernard Parmegiani -Perfoming De Natura
Sonorum
Pita
Req
Rhythm And Sound (Dj Set)
Curtis Roads
Anthony 'Shake'
Shakir
Sluta Leta
Snd
Sonic Sum
Stasis
Sunn
Surgeon Yasunao
Tone
Venetian Snares
Zoviet France

Additionally the following will appear in the Skam Records Room:
Gescom
Bola
Team Doyobi
Meam
Push Button Objects
Wevie Stonder
Freeform
Tatamax
Quinoline Yellow
Alder and Elius
Made
NMB Allstars
MR 76
ZK
Skam DJ's
DJ Woody

Festival promoter Barry Hogan, said: "Autechre produced an amazing event in the UK last year. I have no doubt that next year’s will be our best yet. Shellac have put together an amazing line-up…we are not finished yet."

For tickets, call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.

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