After years of financial troubles and cancelled events.
All Tomorrow's Parties
After a shaky few months, All Tomorrow’s Parties have reconfirmed their intentions to return to Iceland next year. Their impressive first lineup was headed up by Belle and Sebastian, and organisers have now added Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Run The Jewels and Deafheaven, among others, to their 2015 event. The festival will be heading back
London electronic trio Eaux and British independent record label All Tomorrow’s Parties have enlisted the help of a research and sound engineer to create a track specifically designed to hack your brain. The “binaural remix” of the track, Head, released from the outfit’s new album Plastics, has been sequenced by Belgian sound designer Dr Stéphane
When All Tomorrow’s Parties announced their last ever holiday camp event, dubbed End Of An Era, they recruited Melbourne’s Civil Civic to share the stages with Mogwai, Ty Segull, and Fuck Buttons. Asked why, co-organiser Deborah Kee Higgins explained, “’cause they’re awesome.” “We first played an ATP event in Melbourne on invitation from The Drones
The line queued in front of St. Kilda’s mighty Palais Theatre, stretching past the booming, metropolis-like car park, moved briskly. Punks were slotted between goths, stoners pinched between metal heads, a quintet of rockabillies made smalltalk with a bearded albino in a three-piece suit, whose girlfriend look like a goth Julia Gillard. Above them the
It’s almost time for St Kilda to get spooky, with All Tomorrow’s Parties’ Halloween extravaganza, Release The Bats, taking place tomorrow, but not without a little bit of last minute controversy in the form of changes to the bill. English producer Forest Swords, aka Matthew Barnes, has sadly pulled out of the event, citing medical
Organisers behind All Tomorrow’s Parties‘ second festival for 2013, Release The Bats, have announced that the event will no longer be taking place at Westgate Centre, Altona, and in fact will no longer be taking place at any one venue. Instead, the event has been moved to St Kilda and split in half, with the
Already with a worthy assembly of artists set to perform at their Release The Bats Halloween party, the cats behind All Tomorrow’s Parties have injected even more awesomeness into the event, bringing three new acts into the fold. The first of the new additions for today are New York rockers Television who are presently enjoying
After the success of I’ll Be Your Mirror, All Tomorrow’s Parties have made the incredibly sensible move of bringing yet another festival to Australia for 2013 – the Halloween-themed Release The Bats festival will be hitting Melbourne in October and, in conjunction with RRR, ATP will be bringing none other than The Breeders, The Jesus
If you had a blast at All Tomorrow’s Parties‘ I’ll Be Your Mirror event in Melbourne last weekend – this news will be music to your ears.
Earlier in the year, Feeds reported on news that All Tomorrow’s Parties, would not be returning to Australia due to a dismal run of the festival on Aussie soil back in 2009. Though word on the streets is that ATP might in fact be coming back down. As Mess+Noise has it, Australian rock royalty Spencer
Back in April this year, Music Feeds reported on the significant financial hit taken by travelling festival All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP) when it visited Australia in 2009. ATP, which allows the headlining act to select the festival’s lineup, was curated by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds when it visited Australia, but unfortunately it suffered
It seems we won’t be seeing All Tomorrow’s Parties return to Australia anytime soon because they lost “loads of money” last time.
All Tomorrow’s Parties are very pleased to present new line-up additions chosen by Matt Groening, genius behind the Simpsons and Futurama, for his ATP festival weekend at Butlins, Minehead on May 7th – 9th 2010.
If you’re anything like me, when you first heard that All Tomorrow’s Parties was coming to Australia, you had to make a run for a change of pants.
Following MUSIC FEED’s recent coverage on the festival fuckwit, it’s appropriate to transcend word limits and traditional attention spans by bringing you another insight into his festival-filled fuckwit life. MALCOLM GURNPULL regrettably brings you up to date on his final adventures.