November 13, 2001 11:11


But it's not all 70s rock, honest...

SHELLAC have confirmed more bands who will appear at ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES 2002.

As previously reported, next year's event takes place at Camber Sands Holiday Park over two weekends (April 19-21 and 26-28) and includes a rare UK appearance from The Breeders.

The festival is curated by Steve Albini's Shellac, who will perform live three times each weekend.

The group have now announced that Tom Verlaine of last year's headlining act Television will appear, as will veteran rockers Cheap Trick, alongside Blonde Redhead and the Japanese group Melt Banana.

The confirmed bands so far are:: Tom Verlaine
The Breeders
Cheap Trick
Robbie Fulks
The Upper Crust
Shannon Wright
Bonnie Prince Billy
Nina Nastasia
Danielson Famile
Threnody Ensemble
Shipping News
P.W. Long
Brick Layer Cake
The Lonesome Organist
The New Year
The Ex Orkest
Shellac of North America
Mark Robinson
Blonde Redhead
The Fall
Melt Banana

The first US leg of All Tomorrow's Parties takes place over the weekend of March 15-17, and is curated by Sonic Youth. Acts confirmed to appear include Aphex Twin, Eddie Vedder and Television.

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