ATP announce North Wales weekender with The Notwist, Ought, Blanck Mass

Feature by News Team | 18 Mar 2015
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All Tomorrow’s Parties have announced their first UK holiday camp weekender since 2013, with a Chapman Brothers-curated line-up set for Prestatyn, North Wales in November.

German avant-garde group The Notwist, Canadian post-punks Ought and electronic producer Blanck Mass (AKA Fuck Buttons' Benajmin John Power) are among the initial announcements for the festival, alongside Power's bandmate Andrew Hung, and many more – the full list of confirmed artists is below.

The weekend is curated by Turner Prize-nominated artists Jake and Dinos Chapman, who curated ATP’s Nightmare Before Xmas weekender in December 2004. Their 2004 line-up featured Lightning Bolt, The Fall, Aphex Twin and ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.

ATP 2015 is at Pontins in Prestatyn, North Wales, from 27-29 Nov. ATP Iceland, featuring Public Enemy, Iggy Pop, Drive Like Jehu and Godspeed You! Black Emperor, takes place at Asbru near Reykjavik from 2-4 Jul.

ATP 2015 line-up in full:
The Notwist (performing Neon Golden), Max Richter (performing The Blue Notebooks), The Album Leaf (performing In A Safe Place), Death, Loop, Ought, Holly Herndon, Andrew Hung, Blanck Mass, Iceage, Dinos Chapman, Sculpture, Younghusband, Vision Fortune, Grimm Grimm.


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