October 28, 29, 30 Asheville, NC.
This is probably half of the final lineup. There's some good names, some not good names and some names I need to learn
I like that lineup, though I doubt that I will be able to swing it this year.
This is the initial Line up....A lot I need to learn on there, and I'm pretty excited to see what get's added.
Some really good stuff, despite some of the bigger unexciting names.
Most likely attending again, it's a great festival.
Minus the extreme lack of EDM this looks like a great small lineup for me. Not sure how it could fit 3 days though even if they double the names
Edit: It's really good. The 15 acts I know I like! And the other acts (around 15) I have never heard of em so it's a possibility I could like them. Sucks this is so far
They will double the names.
Last year had 60~ acts, this announcement had 29.
The initial line up is nice, and it being in Asheville makes it even better. I'm only 2 hours away, so I'll be there.
Huge UM fan, and looking forward to the stuff that's "newer" to me. The Asheville streets have to be a site to see during this.
Solid Line-up. I'm sure they will beef up the edm.
I really like the poster layout.
I can't make it, but this lineup fucking rules so far.
TANGERINE DREAM!!!!!!! I cannot believe it! I expected GV to bring them before some smaller fest. I must attend this.
Wow. This is quite the line up. Very impressive indeed.
Suicide, Tangerine Dream, Battles, m83, Flaming Lips, Brandt Brauer & Frick, Gold Panda.... I may have to check this out.
Checking out some M83....this has me even more excited to go.
No thanks on Passion Pit, Ghostland Observatory, Chromeo, Umphrey's McGee but M83, Little Dragon, Flaming Lips, Suicide, Battles, Oneohtrix Point Never, Twin Shadow, Holly Fuck, Austra for the win.
Wow I just now noticed Tangerine Dream is playing.
Love me some Umph.
M83 playing shows again huh?
It's hilarious to see Passion Pit billed that high. But whatever.
Also, which "Suicide" album is this? Don't they have 2 albums named "Suicide"?
What. The. Fuck. This line up is like peanut butter and motor oil sandwich. If you're excited about Tangerine Dream, you should be paying special attention to Roedelius too.
What a sick lineup! I'm jealous.
What happened to Moofest?
I was totally unaware until this article was posted that CANT was Chris Taylor's solo project with George Lewis Jr. of Twin Shadow.
Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor Unveils Solo Album
Collaborates with Twin Shadow on debut CANT album
In 2009, Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor released a solo single under the moniker CANT, "Ghosts", on his Terrible Records imprint. Now, CANT is back, and with a full-length in tow: Dreams Come True, due September 13 on Terrible Records (Warp will handle the release outside North America, where it will be released September 12). Taylor collaborated with George Lewis Jr. of Twin Shadow on the album.
Check out the tracklist below:
Dreams Come True:
01 Too Late, Too Far
03 The Edge
06 She's Found a Way Out
08 Dreams Come True
09 Rises Silent
This lineup has grown on me so much over the past couple weeks.
I can't wait for this festival.
was just posted on their Facebook page, with official adds being announced tomorrow at 10am.
Here's the breakdown of the adds.
For those of you waiting patiently for MF Spaceman to make his glorious return, the time is now! Check out the new video announcing the second round of fantastic new acts for our second Moogfest lineup announcement! So hold on to your spacesuits, Moogheads, we've got some seriously awesome additions!
Joining the lineup will be Moby (with full band!) , Amon Tobin - bringing his incredible ISAM: Live that debuted at Mutek in June, Dan Deacon, Kode9, The Antlers, Atlas Sound, Glasser, Beak> (a second project from Portishead's Geoff Barrow), Stickmen (Tony Levin & Pat Mastelotto of King Crimson fame), Lunzproject, a rare live performance by two greatly influential musicians, Tim Story and Hans Joachim-Roedelius, and Wham City Comedy Tour. And needless to say, there are many stellar additions to come!
The final Moogfest 2011 lineup will ultimately feature performances by over 60 internationally acclaimed artists in numerous venues throughout downtown, including the Asheville Civic Center Arena, the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, and world-renowned Orange Peel Social & Pleasure Club. The festival will also host workshops, talks, interactive experiences and art exhibitions and installations.
The full lineup can be viewed at moogfest.com. To get your passes today, visit moogfest.com.