NEWS:  Left of the Dial Festival adds an additional 25 bands plus stages curated by So Young and Nospray
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NEWS: Left of the Dial Festival adds an additional 25 bands plus stages curated by So Young and Nospray

When: 20th – 222nd October 2022

Where: Rotterdam, Netherlands

As if the current line-up for Left of the Dial Festival wasn’t good enough already, an additional 25 artists have been added to the line-up. These are:

Ailbhe Reddy (IE) • Bat Eyes (BE) • Borokov Borokov (BE) • De Witte Kunst (NL) • Divorce Finance (UK) • Film Noir (FR) • Ghost Car (UK) • Hala (US) • Humour (UK) • Huub Prins (NL) • Jake Xerxes Fussell (US) • Kyoto Kyoto (UK) • LAFFF BOX (DE) • Lambrini Girls (UK) • Library Card (NL) • Lime Garden (UK) • Noon Garden (UK) • O. (UK) • Oscar Browne (UK) • Pet Shimmers (UK) • Pronk (NL) • Sacrificial Chanting Mood (NL) • Tallies (CA) • Teeth Machine (UK) • Ventriloquism (NL) • Yabba (UK)

The term “left of the dial” is taken from a Replacements song and refers to the college and other non-commercial FM radio stations in the U.S., with frequencies typically in the reserved band on the left (i.e. lower) end of the FM broadcast band of the radio spectrum. It is such an appropriate name then for this multi-venue festival set in the centre of Rotterdam.

Also announced is the addition of two stages curated by So Young and Nospray.
So Young is the UK magazine offering the coolest upcoming bands from the UK their first platform. The fact that Left Of The Dial and So Young are both notorious early adopters makes this collaboration a dream of a match to present the latest crop of iconic bands.

Nospray is a Rotterdam DIY collective looking to put the most alluring artists on the stage. Think punk, think post-punk, think garage rock, think new wave and think of everything that falls between the cracks.

Left of the Dial had previously the announced the following artists for Rotterdam in October:

7EBRA (SE) • BED (NL) • Beige Banquet (UK) • Bo Ningen (JP) • Bobbi Lu (UK) • Brooke Combe (UK) • BROWER (US) • The Bug Club (UK) • The Byker Grove Fan Club (UK) • Chuckamuck (DE) • Cucamaras (UK) • Deadletter (UK) • deathcrash (UK) • Deep Tan (UK) • Die Verlierer (DE) • Divorce (UK) • Dommengang (US) Eades (UK) • Enjoyable Listens (UK) • Ethan P. Flynn (UK) • Gallus (UK) • Geishas Of Doom (NL) • GENN (UK) • Geo (NL) • Go March (BE) • Gurriers (IE) • Hachiku (AU) • Hallan (UK) • Hemelbestormer (BE) • Highschool (AU) • Holm (DK) • Home Counties (UK) • Hotel Lux (UK) • Holiday Ghosts (UK) • Island of Love (UK) • Kaputt (UK) • KEG (UK) • Lassie (DE) • Liiek (DE) • Lucy Kruger & The Lost Boys (ZA) • Makthaverskan (SE) • Meltheads (BE) • Mewn (UK) • Micheal Georgian (UK) • More Kicks (UK) • Morning Tourist (UK) • Mush (UK) • My Ugly Clementine (AT) • Mystic Peach (UK) • Nuha Ruby Ra (EG/UK) • NUKULUK (UK) • Odd Couple (DE) • Peaness (UK) • The People’s Pleasure Grounds (NL) • Public Body (UK) • Remember Sports (US) • Rifle (UK) • Sei Still (DE/MX) • SKROETBALG (NL) • SNAYX (UK) • Soup! (UK) • St.Arnaud (CA) • Trader (DK) • Treeboy & Arc (UK) • Vero (SE) • Warm Graves (DE) • The Wife Guys of Reddit (UK) •
Yawners (ES)

The ticket price is staggeringly low at just €45. To purchase please follow the link here.
Fore more information on the festival please check out the website.

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