Brit acts line up for Dutch online festival...

DOVES, BROADCAST, THE BLUETONES, TERRIS, CHICKS ON SPEED and FEEDER are amongst more than a dozen acts to be broadcast live on the internet this weekend (April 21 & 22) for Dutch festival to be braodcast on the web.

The bands will be performing live at the London Calling Festival at the Paradiso in Amsterdam. The gigs will start at 8pm (CET) on each of the evenings with a live stream of the shows running for four hours between 10 pm and 2am (CET) on Fans can also catch interviews and reviews on the site.

London Calling, co-promoted by VPRO 3FM, the Dutch equivalent of BBC Radio One, is now in it's ninth year. Since 1992, artists such as Blur, Ash, Catatonia[b] and [b]Travis have appeared.

The full line-up for the festival this year are as follows:

Seafood, 20.00-20.45; Ben Christophers, 20.45-21.30; Echoboy, 21.30-22.15; Velvet Belly, 22.15-23.05; Feeder, 23.05-23.55; Chicks on Speed, 23.55-00.55; Tocotronic 00.40-01.40 (April 21).

Seafruit 20.00-20.30; JJ 72, 20.30-21.00; Autopulver, 21.00-21.45; Doves, 21.45-22.30; Beulah, 22.30-23.10; Broadcast 23.10-00.00; Terris, 00.00-00.35; and The Bluetones, 00.35-01.30 (April 22).

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