Camden Crawl 2014 Announces Lineup Additions Laurel Halo, Phil Hartnoll (Orbital) Plus Many More

14 Apr 2014
Camden Crawl 2014 Announces Lineup Additions Laurel Halo, Phil Hartnoll (Orbital) Plus Many More

Camden Crawl 2014 Announces Lineup Additions Laurel Halo, Phil Hartnoll (Orbital) Plus Many More

Reflected in this month's exciting new lineup additions is #CC14's diverse selection of talent; from acclaimed guitar-driven acts Arrows of Love and Paws, to the crew of bass and techno purveyors including Mumdance and Livity Sound.

This summer, the multi-award winning festival is back after an extended break, bringing a brilliantly varied and colourful roster to Camden on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st June.

New lineup announcements:

On an electronic tip, CC14 are proud to announce new headliner, Orbital's Phil Hartnoll. Perennial tastemakers Dummy will also be presenting an array of innovative talent; with a Wire record of the year under her belt, Hyperdub darling, Laurel Halo, Keysound signing E.M.M.A and her unique mix of 8-bit synths, futuristic rhythms and unexpected melody, Greek-born producer and percussive dance experimentalist, Larry Gus (DFA) and West London beatmaker and new Mad Decent signee Cadenza.

Another Mad Decent act, Mumdance has been added to Last FM's bill, and is sure to be a must-see, combining UK club sensibilities with global sounds such as kuduro, funk carioca, tribal gurachero, soca, batucada carnival music and gagaku. Bass trio, Livity Sound will also bring their futuristic forms of techno, grime and jungle rooted in Bristol's rich soundsystem heritage to Crack Magazine's stage.

Meanwhile, on a more experimental tip, we have the euphoric sounds of Manchester's D/R/U/G/S, The Physics House Band set to dazzle audiences with their jazz and post-rock infused psychedelia, along with Bella Union's shimmering Great Yteve who join the Bird on the Wire stage at Camden Town Brewery.

In addition, synth fans will undoubtedly be thrilled with what's on offer at the festival, with swoonsome, hotly tipped newcomers Rainer joining the likes of already confirmed new wave legends, ABC and Hot Chip's Alexis Taylor, who will be playing material from his much anticipated sophomore record "Await Barbarians".

Championing lo-fi for the event, new additions include the dark, dangerous and gloriously chaotic, Arrows of Love on the 1-2-3-4 stage, no-prisoners punk heros Paws playing for Drowned in Sound, thunderous krautrockers, Traams and pitted as one of the most bombastic and viscous British live acts around, Bad for Lazarus for Rocklands. Fans of this kind of aural attack can also enjoy previously announced acts such as Atari Teenage Riot and Yuck.

Artists like progressive psychedelic folk four-piece, Wolf People (now added to Artrocker's lineup) and melancholy and timeless We are Catchers (who has his London exclusive on the Rough Trade stage) join the folk camp of performers this year along with the likes of Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams.

CC14 ANNOUNCES NEW LINEUP ADDITIONS:
Arrows Of Love
Bad For Lazarus
Black Moth
Boxed In
Cadenza
Cappo
Crows
D/R/U/G/S
Dancing Years
Desperate Journalist
E.M.M.A.
Seams
Eyez
Farao
Genesis Elijah
Great Ytene
Lady Lykez
Laetita Sadier
Larry Gus
Laurel Halo
Little Simz
Livity Sound
Mokadem
Mumdance
Paws
Parlour
Peter Bruntnell
Phil Hartnoll
Pins Johnny Foreigner
Puzzle
Rainer
Rob Pursey
School Is Cool
The Physics House Band
Traams
Violet Skies
We Are Catchers
Wildflowers
Wolf People
Zaiio

Full Line-up So Far
Akiine
Anneka
Arrows Of Love
Autobahn
Bad For Lazarus
Bad Wolf
Bird To Beast
Boxed In
Brawlers
Brolin
Brontide
Cadenza
Cappo
Cattle & Cane
Charles Howl
Claw Marks
Cocos Lovers
Crows
Crushed Beaks
Cut
Dancing Years
Desperate Journalist
Dignan Porch
Dj Big Ted
Dj Emily Rawson
Dj Shorteeblitz
E.M.M.A
Early Ghost
Ed Dowie
Eighteen Nightmares At The Lux
Eyez
Farao
Felt Tip
Femme
Fis
Gaps
Genesis Elijah
God Damn
Great Ytene
Grumbling Fur
Haiku Salut
Halls
Henry Blacker
Hot Feet
Jack Cheshire
Jamie Doe
Jay Prince
Joel Baker
Katie Kim
Kinnie The Explorer
Lady Lykez
Larry Gus
Longfellow
Max Marshall
Michael A Grammar
Mickey Lightfoot
Miraculous Mule
Mokadem
Moon Ate The Dark
Moon Gangs
Mourning Birds
Nick Brewer
Novella
Pale Seas
Parlour
Paws
Peter Bruntnell
Pins
Primetime
Prose
Puzzle
Rachael Dadd
Rainer
Rhiannon The Nightmare
Rob Pursey
School Is Cool
Seams
Shopping
Slaves
Soccer 96
Society
Spit Shake Sisters
The Drink
The Fauns
The Physics House Band
Theo Verney
Thought Forms
Tout
Traams
Violet Skies
Washington Irving
We Are Catchers
Whistlejacket
Wildflowers
Will Varley
Woahnows
Younghusband
Zaiio




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Tags: Camden Crawl - Arrows Of Love - DRUGS - Paws - School is Cool - Traams - Wolf People

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