August 19, 2010 16:12

Egyptian Hip Hop, Islet and more added to Swn Festival line-up

Cardiff event returns in October

Egyptian Hip Hop, Islet and more added to Swn Festival line-up

Photo: Andy Willsher/NME

Egyptian Hip Hop, Islet and Pull in Emergency are among the latest acts to have been added to the line up for Cardiff's Swn festival, set for this October.

Taking place at various venues in the Welsh city from October 21-23, other acts playing Swn include Perfume Genius, Samoans and Swans.

The Swn line-up so far is:

Al Lewis
Arabrot
Bellini
Bryn Fon A’r Band
Colorama
Crash. Disco!
Evening Chorus
Fiction
Happy Birthday
Huw M
Joe Worricker
John Mouse
Kutosis
Paul Heaton
Perfume Genius
Right Hand Left Hand
Spectrals
Standard Fare
Sun Drums
Swans
T3eth
The Ex
The Last Republic
Violas
We//Are//Animal
Wickes
Y Niwl
Egyptian Hip Hop
Samoans
Melys
Drains
Circa Regna Tonat
Mitchell Museum
Masters In France
Brandyman
The Gentle Good
Tom Williams & The Boat
Young Rebel Set
Truckers Of Husk
Among Brothers
The Keys
Attack + Defend
Dog Is Dead
Throats
Bare Left
Quinoline Yellow
Y Bandana
Pull In Emergency
Pete Lawrie
Dry The River
The School
Islet
Tall Ships
Mimas
Talons
Dad Rocks
Stricken City
H Hawkline


To check the availability of Swn tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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