Magnetic Man and Aphex Twin for Bloc 2011 - ticket details

The event takes place in Minehead on March 11-13

Magnetic Man and Aphex Twin for Bloc 2011 - ticket details

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Magnetic Man and Aphex Twin have been confirmed for next year's Bloc festival.

The event takes place at Butlins in Minehead on March 11-13.

Other names already set to appear include LFO, Moderat, Four Tet, Vitalic, Joy Orbison, Beardyman and Toddla T.

For more information, visit BlocWeekend.com.

The line-up so far for Bloc is as follows:

Aphex Twin
Magnetic Man
LFO
Moderat
Four Tet
Vitalic
Visionquest
Joy Orbison
Claude Von Stroke
Speedy J
Mala [DMZ]
Beardyman
Dopplereffekt
Venetian Snares
Drop The Lime
Toddla T
Black Devil Disco Club
King Midas Sound
L-Vis 1990
dOP
Floating Points
Pinch
Daedelus
Shackleton
Soul Clap
Loefah
DJ Pete
Will Saul
SDC
Addison Groove
Roska
Jimmy Edgar
Al Tourette's
Mary Anne Hobbs
Alva Noto
Global Goon
Legowelt
Orgue Electronique
Mark II [Altern-8]
Placid
AGT Rave Cru
Gemmy
Guido
Untold
B12
Posthuman
Union
MAH Presents
Overkill
Mulletover
Subloaded
Resident Advisor
Bodyhammer
I Love Acid


To check the availability of Bloc 2011 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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