Jabberwocky Festival further line up announcements,15th -16th August 2014, Excel Centre, London

Jabberwocky Festival further line up announcements,15th -16th August 2014, Excel Centre, London

Conceived and brought to life by the industry powerhouses ATP, Pitchfork & Primavera, Jabberwocky Festival has unveiled even more names adding to an already unparalleled lineup.

Dutch Brooklyn-based minimalist composer and Cannes Soundtrack Award winner Jozef Van Wissem will be performing his heavy and hypnotic music at the ExCeL on Friday as well as joining the Frabjous Sunday line up.

Saturday will also see sets from Reykjavik-based Aussie Ben Frost, whose simultaneously unforgiving, heavy and alluring sound embraces minimalism and electronica as much as punk and metal. Connoisseurs of baroque indie pop won’t be dissappointed by Mutual Benefit’s Jordan Lee addition to the festival bill, and Canadian post punk outfit Ought have already been labelled ‘Best New Music’ by Pitchfork.

But that’s not all! Make sure you check the news on July 21st for the big Surprise Act announcement.

Jabberwocky 2014 line up | The ExCel Centre, London
15th August:
James Blake / Darkside / Thee oh sees / Panda Bear / I Break Horses / Deafheaven / Kode9 / Chelsea Wolfe / Perfect Pussy / Clipping. / Amen / Dunes / Patten / Paus / Untold / Mick Turner / Big Ups / Josef Van Wissem / Ought

16th August:
Neutral Milk Hotel / Caribou / Kurt Vile and The Violators / Liars / Pissed Jeans / Connan Mockasin / The Ex / Earth / Electric Wizard / Vatican Shadow / Jesu / The Bug / Cloud Nothings / The Van Pelt / Iceage / Speedy Ortiz / Joanna Gruesome / Metz / Forest Swords / Sun Kil Moon / Hookworms / Eaux / The Growlers / Yamantaka / Sonic Titan / Oso Leone / Joana Serrat / Ben Frost / Mutual Benefit

For more information on The Ace Hotel packages & full lineup visit jabberwockyfestival.com.

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