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All Tomorrow's Parties curated by TV On The Radio festival

Friday, May 10, 2013 12:00p to 11:59p
Pontins Camber Sands Holiday Park East Sussex, England

Hailing from Brooklyn and responsible for some of the most mind-blowing, genre-exploding music of the last decade, ATP are extremely happy to invite TV On The Radio to curate and headline the first 2013 weekend. Their event takes place at Pontins, Camber Sands from Friday 10th - Sunday 12th May 2013. The curators will headline and choose the rest of the 35 band bill playing across their event on the venue's indoor stages feat. award winning sound, also featuring DJs until late, Cinema and more!

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Performers at this Event
De La Soul
De La Soul Remove performer from this event
Lyrically keen and idiomatically diverse alternative rappers, who gained critical and commercial success with their debut, 3 Feet High and Rising. ~ Rovi
MF Doom
MF Doom Remove performer from this event
One half of the short-lived yet influential Long Island, NY rap duo K.M.D., MF Doom, then Zevlove X, was m.i.a. for several years following the tragic death of his brother (K.M.D. DJ Sub Roc) in 1993....
Saul Williams
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First establishing himself as an influential poet, and then as an award-winning screenwriter/actor, Saul Williams then went on to establish himself as an MC. His approach to MC'ing, though, wasn't exactly in line with the traditional school of hip-hop....
El-P Remove performer from this event
El-P, aka El Producto, is one of hip-hop's most obstinate and adventurous pioneers, combining a lo-fi old-school aesthetic with a progressive rock musician's inclination to push boundaries....
Daniel Higgs
Daniel Higgs Remove performer from this event
With the appearance of a heavily bearded tattooed prophet, Daniel Higgs emerged from the early-'80s Baltimore/D.C. hardcore punk scene as an underground icon with a near-mythological status....
Bouquet Remove performer from this event
With their 1991 start as an acoustic two piece, Neil Shumsky (vocals/ 12 string guitar) and his friend Rachel (vocals/ guitar) went under the moniker of Bouquet as they brought on their sincere pop of minimal innocence....
!!! Remove performer from this event
After last year’s release of their fourth album, Strange Weather, Isn’t it? and having just come off a strong performance at Coachella this past April we are looking forward to hosting Sacramento based dance-punk act, !!! at this year’s Pacific Festival....
Tinariwen Remove performer from this event
Formed in the Tuareg rebel camps of North Africa, Tinariwen are, literally, a band of refugees playing a politically charged style of the "desert blues" associated with the region. The band formed in 1982 and began mixing traditional Tuareg music with more Western-derived guitar-based styles, releasing their first widely available album, THE RADIO TISDAS SESSIONS, in 2002....
TV On The Radio
TV On The Radio Remove performer from this event
Acclaimed New York City art rockers with a musical compound of glitchy electronic noise, soulful vocals, and lo-fi indie rock. ~ Rovi
Celebration Remove performer from this event
After the demise of their band Love Life, singer/percussionist Katrina Ford, guitarist and keys player Sean Antanaitis, and drummer David Bergander formed Celebration, and began playing in and around their native Baltimore....
Spank Rock
Spank Rock Remove performer from this event
The future of hip-hop? Who cares? Shelf-life aside, though, Baltimore club/hip-hop group Spank Rock have made some of the most original, thoroughly insane dance music of the early 2000s....
Dragons of Zynth
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Afro-psych progenitors emerge from trendy Brooklyn scene, make friends with TV On The Radio, and become recipients of avant-acclaim.  ~ Rovi
Thee Oh Sees
Thee Oh Sees Remove performer from this event
Neo-psychedelic garage rock purveyor John Dwyer has been in several bands throughout the years, most notably the Coachwhips. But Thee Oh Sees are the legacy of a project that began as OCS and then the Ohsees....
Talibam! Remove performer from this event
Together since 2003, the New York-based experimental duo Talibam! is made up of Matt Mottel on synthesizer and Kevin Shea on drums. Talibam! play an anarchic brand of electronic free jazz that has caught on with fellow musicians and audience alike....
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Unknown Mortal Orchestra Remove performer from this event
After disbanding New Zealand’s the Mint Chicks, Portland, Oregon’s Ruban Nielson planned to quit music and take on a day job. For a hobby, he started making psychedelic demos in his basement, using samples....
Light Asylum
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A commanding duo that evokes the intensity of Ian Curtis and Grace Jones, among others, Light Asylum is the project of vocalist Shannon Funchess and multi-instrumentalist Bruno Coviello....
CSS Remove performer from this event
São Paulo, Brazil's provocative, freewheeling dance-rock sextet CSS take their name from an abbreviation of "cansei de ser sexy," which is Portuguese for "tired of being sexy" (though, considering that the lead singer goes by the name Lovefoxxx, it's arguable how much that phrase actually applies to the band)....
Why? Remove performer from this event
The CCM band Why? was formed in London by 1990 by singer/guitarist Ant Parker and bassist Jeff Whiley; the latter quit the following year after recording the LP Rachel's Lovely Jumper, the first in a series of seemingly countless line-up changes to follow in the years to come....
Shabazz Palaces
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The first hip-hop crew signed to the Sub Pop label, Shabazz Palaces is the brainchild of Ishmael "Butterfly" Butler, although the Digable Planets member wasn’t so quick to admit it. In 2009, Shabazz Palaces released two EPs -- one self-titled, the other titled Of Light -- but Butler's name didn't appear on either....
Doseone Remove performer from this event
Doseone (born Adam Drucker) is American rapper, producer, poet and artist. He is a co-founder of indie hip hop record label Anticon. He has also been a member of numerous groups including Deep Puddle Dynamics, Greenthink, Clouddead, Themselves, Subtle and 13 & God.
Antibalas Remove performer from this event
New York-based Antibalas were formed in 1998 by musicians from King Changó, the Soul Providers, and the Daktaris. Influenced by Nigerian Afro-beat, American soul, and Latin dance grooves, Antibalas started playing at clubs around New York, hosting a weekend party called Africalia, giving them the opportunity to perform their particular style based on the combination of different cultures immersed in the band....
Location & Nearby Info
Pontins Camber Sands Holiday Park
New Lydd Road
Camber, Camber Sands
East Sussex, England TN31 7RL
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Reviews & Comments
Dec 04, 2007 - akamai on Spank Rock
up and coming. fast.

Nov 14, 2007 - akamai on TV On The Radio
Like nothing you've ever experienced...in a good way.

Collabs and contributors include David Bowie, Nick Zinner (of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Katrina Ford (of Celebration) and the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra.

If you haven't yet heard their 2006 album 'Return to Cookie Mountain' you're missing out...

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