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Harvest festival datesconfirmed

Last week we reported that there is a rumour circulating that the Soundwave festival gang is preparing to launch a new festival called Harvest, which will feature a very different lineup of acts to the heavy metal and punk sounds that dominate the Soundwave and Soundwave Revolution tours.

A loose-lipped ‘music industry professional’ who masquerades under the name Missinfo Chrissy, and who leaked several details about the On the Bright Side lineup, announced that “[The] Soundwave promoter is diverting his attention from [the] punk/bogan/emo/rock world [and] doing a more indie styled event called ‘Harvest’ which I believe will deffo feature Portishead & Bright Eyes & The National. Pretty sure this will be East Coast only but WA can expect sideshows from some or all these bands in mid-November.”

On the weekend Missinfo added more grist to the rumour mill by suggesting that “Acts now looking likely for Harvest include The Flaming Lips, The National, Aphex Twin, Mogwai and Janelle Monae – that’s on top of Portishead and Bright Eyes who are already confirmed.”

FasterLouder has contacted Soundwave for comment, but hasn’t yet received any confirmation of the festival’s existence from the promoters.

However some solid evidence about the festival has emerged with several university arts websites issuing a “call for artistic proposals [such as] installation and performance ideas to enhance the sense of discovery and adventure” for Harvest – a festival “created by the team behind Soundwave and Soundwave Revolution, [which] will be a 15,000-20,000 capacity event with a top international music bill.”

The festival is described as “Thrilling and magical, Harvest is a banquet for the senses: exhilarating music, stunning location, beautiful art installations, playful and subversive performance, quality food and markets, and a strong ecological and social consciousness.” (View the full brief on the Audio Production Teaching & Project blog of Damian Castaldi, a sound and digital media artist and academic at Sydney’s SAE Institute)

According to the artistic brief, Harvest will be a one day outdoor music and arts festival taking place November, with shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

Thanks to some research by FL forum poster neuroticwill we can confirm that none of the acts rumoured to play at the festival have shows booked that clash with the festival’s dates – of course that doesn’t confirm anything… but it sure does make us deliriously excited to see the festival lineup confirmed.

Harvest festival dates:

Melbourne – Saturday 12th November
Sydney – Sunday 13th November
Brisbane – Saturday 19th November

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Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 14th Jun, 2011



After some of the Soundwave Revolution venues, I'm guessing Sydney Harvest might be held west of the Blue Mountains.

But don't worry, AJ will organise a few extra buses so it will be totally fine getting there and back.

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 14th Jun, 2011

I heard it would be in Broken Hill.

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Sydney Show is in Shark Bay.

Spicy McHaggis

Spicy McHaggis said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Lineup is ball breakingly good. Will be attending if this is legit

MilkySheep

MilkySheep said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Portishead and the National in Perth would please me. Would consider going to Melbourne for it though if we get no sideys.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 14th Jun, 2011

keen to see Portishead, Aphex Twin, Mogwai & The National :)

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 14th Jun, 2011

They'll be following the Splendour route and putting the Brisbane show in North Sydney.

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 14th Jun, 2011

booking a flight now from melb-syd on the morning of the 13th so i can do both dates

MorningAfterboy

MorningAfterboy said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Despite the fact nothing's been confirmed? Le sigh.

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 14th Jun, 2011

dont have my hopes up, but it'd be awesome if true.

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 14th Jun, 2011



you're right, I don't want to be in sydney without a very good reason.

JackP

JackP said on the 14th Jun, 2011

am devastated Mogwai aren't playing any Splendour sideshows. However, this could well make up for it. and the Lips, The National, Portishead AND Aphex Twin?!? too good

HalfCentaur

HalfCentaur said on the 14th Jun, 2011

mogwai sound a good bet due to the splendour-only nature of there shows.

shazie

shazie said on the 14th Jun, 2011

It's not the lineup that's important, it's who's going to pull out of the festival and then get an angry, red-bolded text, email from AJ

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 14th Jun, 2011

hate the dates!! don't they realise there are 1000s of uni students around with exams at that time. push it back a week or two and you have yourself countless uni students with nothing to do and looking for a reason to get drunk.

Spicy McHaggis

Spicy McHaggis said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Sounds like a perfect reason to hold it at this time then!

shazie

shazie said on the 14th Jun, 2011



Just looked at the date for the sydney show and it's on a sunday thank god. Don't have to worry about an exam that day if you're in sydney :D

brownie-ll

brownie-ll said on the 14th Jun, 2011

I heard that Gay Girl in Damascus is confirmed for this.

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Next we'll be saying the festival should be later so that all the high school kids can come.

HalfCentaur

HalfCentaur said on the 14th Jun, 2011

make sure its after 3 pm. and not on a school night.

and surely bon iver will be here for some festival over summer. I need it

shazie

shazie said on the 14th Jun, 2011



Not if it's an 18+ though. Judging from the type of lineup it would attract I reckon it wouldn't be too farfetched to say that it could be 18+ festival.


Also, seeing as how soundwave has done a good job of bring a lot of bands that would otherwise have not toured here before, I'm hoping it's the same for this festival. In saying that, SOMEONE BRING MEW TO AUSTRALIA!

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 14th Jun, 2011

i think sarcasm_'s point was more to do with the general timing of being right in the middle of exams, rather than any specific exam on any given day...

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Surely most of the hipsters likely to attend Harvest festival will be Arts students and will have picked subjects without exams.

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 14th Jun, 2011



Mew are actually touring in asia at the same time, but have a date in Seoul on nov-13, same date as sydney harvest

shazie

shazie said on the 14th Jun, 2011



Good point, for me though I guess my only worry was if it clashed on the same day as on. I'd make up the study later/earlier.

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 14th Jun, 2011

(Mew are actually touring in asia at the same time, but have a date in Seoul on nov-13, same date as sydney harvest)

apologies this was 2010. getting excitable here.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 14th Jun, 2011



yeah thats what i meant. i guess if they're trying to sell only 15 000 tickets they shouldn't have any issues. but i was looking at bat for lashes tickets the week before the show and there were a lot of seats left unsold (almost a third) and i'm sure had that show not been near uni exam time for a lot of people she would've drawn a larger crowd, if not sold out.

then you look at the gig guide in early-mid july for places like the enmore, metro, oxford art et al and unless you're a short stack or sneaky sound system fan there really isn't much going on.

i know not everyone is a uni student but there are a lot of out there willing to help pack out these events if they're held at the right times.

Astrid-Aurora

Astrid-Aurora said on the 14th Jun, 2011

i'm pretty sure a festival like this isn't going to need any help from uni students. personally i'd rather be around people who love the music as opposed to people "looking for a reason to get drunk". back when i was a student if i had the chance to see portishead it wouldn't matter if i had an exam the *next morning* - i'd be there!

iNegro

iNegro said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Thiiss cannot be true.

therat

therat said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Lack of Van Halen stinks.

shazie

shazie said on the 14th Jun, 2011



I'd think for a festival like this, it'd get the uni students interested in the music, not just getting drunk with music playing in the background. I think laneway is good example of this (there will still always be those people present though at every festival, but I the numbers were much more slim than other festivals). Still, the number of people who just want to get drunk at festivals and don't give a shit about the music really annoys me but that's a whole other discussion :P

rodismdotcom

rodismdotcom said on the 14th Jun, 2011

AJ Maddah is obviously swimming in cash

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 14th Jun, 2011



Hopefully this will be me again next semester.

Daft Punks Lip Sweat

Daft Punks Lip Sweat said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Will only go if lineup is drip fed.

grattan

grattan said on the 14th Jun, 2011

From the artist brief:

AREA DESCRIPTIONS
THE MAIN ARENA
You have shrunk, child like. Reconnect with the land while your gaze turns skywards – backdrop of tumbling white cloud on dazzling blue. Everything is bigger, bolder, fresh and new – it feels like just about anything could happen. Your favourite band is playing right now, right here, right in front of you. Take your best friend’s hand – dance.
The main arena is where the primary music stages will be, and where we want to play with notions of perspective, of nature and with the theme of harvest. We imagine fields of giant tulips, oversize vines and immense hay bale seating, crop circle projections and golden reflections. Abstract insects tower above you while strange and beautiful beacons of light, sound and colour add to the wonder. That’s our starting point – surprise us.

THE SECRET GARDEN (working title)
Eyes wide – you stumble upon a world of a thousand delights. Twinkling trees, grass and earth sculptures, Japanese gardens beckon; spoken word by the campfire; soul and secret sets on an intricate wooden acoustic stage nestling in a natural amphitheatre. You could fall in love here.
The Secret Garden is a blissful alternative area that will incorporate funk, soul, world and folk music on a solar powered Garden Stage, as well as holistic therapies, shots of spoken word and theatre, discussion and debate around the Campfire Stage, workshops and markets, secret nooks and crannies, as well as some of the best food and drink Australia has to offer. Installations here should be deeply connected to the environment, inspired by the trees, the water, the land. Bespoke, quirky, plentiful.

BOOTLEG AVENUE (working title)
You’re upside down, landed in a neo-noir landscape where the debauched denizens lure you in and spit you out – transformed utterly. Decadent whimsy and dangerous glamour combine – the underground is seething, sleazy, trashy, and fun. Now... how would you like your Martini Sir?

A darkness to The Secret Garden’s light, Bootleg Avenue is home to our 1920s inspired alt-performance tent, The Parlour, our hush-hush swing-time Prohibition Bar, and Metropolis – our field of surreal outdoor installations. Indulge in the provocative, the subversive, the unexpected; In Bootleg Avenue, honey, you gotta show us what you’re made of.

THE PARLOUR
1,000 capacity neo-cabaret space with a twisted 1920s aesthetic Full bar, predominantly standing with some limited seating Local alt-performance and neo-cabaret stage acts for each festival leg Also local DJs (electro-swing, rockabilly, big band)
Between 20 and 50 minutes Festival crowd. Material must be robust enough to withstand bar noise, high audience turnover during set, drinking crowd, although there is room for gentler moments. If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your entourage.

CAMPFIRE STAGE
Small, low-fi, outdoor, spoken word stage based in The Secret Garden area Local spoken word, slam poetry, storytelling, theatre and dance excerpts for each festival leg Between 10 and 30 minutes Festival crowd. Material must be robust enough to withstand outdoor festival noise, high audience turnover during set, drinking crowd, although there is room for gentler moments If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your work team.

GARDEN STAGE
Outdoor music stage based in The Secret Garden area Local funk, soul, jazz, world, acoustic bands and solo performers for each festival leg Also local DJs (funk, soul, jazz etc) 30 minutes approx Laid back, feel-good festival crowd If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your work team.

INTERSTITIAL PERFORMANCE
Performance geared towards ‘the spaces in between’ Walkabout or roaming performance Site-specific live and performance art One-on-one or small group experiences.
Repeated throughout the day Adding general colour and magic to the festival experience. Interacting with audiences who are moving from one place to another or who are exploring the site. If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your work team.

Aidan1234567

Aidan1234567 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Not if it's an 18+ though. Judging from the type of lineup it would attract I reckon it wouldn't be too farfetched to say that it could be 18+ festival.


18+ would suck, however if it is through Soundwave, everything they ever do is All Ages, AJ has said that he does his absolute best to make everything All Ages apart from the few melbourne/perth shows which can't be

i'd be keen for the National, Bon Iver and Bright Eyes, hopefully sideshows in Sydney maybe if we're extra lucky?

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 14th Jun, 2011

If Portishead are on this ill probably try and do all 3 shows then

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

From the artist brief:

AREA DESCRIPTIONS
THE MAIN ARENA
You have shrunk, child like. Reconnect with the land while your gaze turns skywards – backdrop of tumbling white cloud on dazzling blue. Everything is bigger, bolder, fresh and new – it feels like just about anything could happen. Your favourite band is playing right now, right here, right in front of you. Take your best friend’s hand – dance.
The main arena is where the primary music stages will be, and where we want to play with notions of perspective, of nature and with the theme of harvest. We imagine fields of giant tulips, oversize vines and immense hay bale seating, crop circle projections and golden reflections. Abstract insects tower above you while strange and beautiful beacons of light, sound and colour add to the wonder. That’s our starting point – surprise us.

THE SECRET GARDEN (working title)
Eyes wide – you stumble upon a world of a thousand delights. Twinkling trees, grass and earth sculptures, Japanese gardens beckon; spoken word by the campfire; soul and secret sets on an intricate wooden acoustic stage nestling in a natural amphitheatre. You could fall in love here.
The Secret Garden is a blissful alternative area that will incorporate funk, soul, world and folk music on a solar powered Garden Stage, as well as holistic therapies, shots of spoken word and theatre, discussion and debate around the Campfire Stage, workshops and markets, secret nooks and crannies, as well as some of the best food and drink Australia has to offer. Installations here should be deeply connected to the environment, inspired by the trees, the water, the land. Bespoke, quirky, plentiful.

BOOTLEG AVENUE (working title)
You’re upside down, landed in a neo-noir landscape where the debauched denizens lure you in and spit you out – transformed utterly. Decadent whimsy and dangerous glamour combine – the underground is seething, sleazy, trashy, and fun. Now... how would you like your Martini Sir?

A darkness to The Secret Garden’s light, Bootleg Avenue is home to our 1920s inspired alt-performance tent, The Parlour, our hush-hush swing-time Prohibition Bar, and Metropolis – our field of surreal outdoor installations. Indulge in the provocative, the subversive, the unexpected; In Bootleg Avenue, honey, you gotta show us what you’re made of.

THE PARLOUR
1,000 capacity neo-cabaret space with a twisted 1920s aesthetic Full bar, predominantly standing with some limited seating Local alt-performance and neo-cabaret stage acts for each festival leg Also local DJs (electro-swing, rockabilly, big band)
Between 20 and 50 minutes Festival crowd. Material must be robust enough to withstand bar noise, high audience turnover during set, drinking crowd, although there is room for gentler moments. If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your entourage.

CAMPFIRE STAGE
Small, low-fi, outdoor, spoken word stage based in The Secret Garden area Local spoken word, slam poetry, storytelling, theatre and dance excerpts for each festival leg Between 10 and 30 minutes Festival crowd. Material must be robust enough to withstand outdoor festival noise, high audience turnover during set, drinking crowd, although there is room for gentler moments If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your work team.

GARDEN STAGE
Outdoor music stage based in The Secret Garden area Local funk, soul, jazz, world, acoustic bands and solo performers for each festival leg Also local DJs (funk, soul, jazz etc) 30 minutes approx Laid back, feel-good festival crowd If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your work team.

INTERSTITIAL PERFORMANCE
Performance geared towards ‘the spaces in between’ Walkabout or roaming performance Site-specific live and performance art One-on-one or small group experiences.
Repeated throughout the day Adding general colour and magic to the festival experience. Interacting with audiences who are moving from one place to another or who are exploring the site. If your application is successful, you will be offered a fee towards expenses and artist tickets for your work team.

I'll have whatever he's smoking.

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

18+ will be Hipster central. I'll take All Ages, I don't really care though.

Cr1zZ

Cr1zZ said on the 14th Jun, 2011

This woman is good. I want to know who she thinks will headline Soundwave 2012 and BDO now

Quicky

Quicky said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Yes! The National and Flaming Lips. Mogwai and Bright Eyes are added bonuses for me :D

crob

crob said on the 14th Jun, 2011



I loved doing an arts course in exam weeks... my course got to party whilst everyone else was stressing... memories... blurry memories

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 14th Jun, 2011



will forever envy and hate Arts students!

but missing Harvest doesn't bother me too much. i saw The National in January, will see Mogwai at splendour. and i'm sure i'll get the chance to The Flaming Lips some time in the future.

Braveheart81

Braveheart81 said on the 14th Jun, 2011



Just remember that their trade off for not having to do exams was not being able to get a job after uni.

shazie

shazie said on the 14th Jun, 2011



But then they'll have even more time for festivals!

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 14th Jun, 2011

I'd like to see the Flaming Lips go on at 10:30,play until midnight and then do Dark Side Of The Moon.

RobotsCanCry

RobotsCanCry said on the 14th Jun, 2011

*jizz* shit now i got it everywhere

tyler07

tyler07 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Not sure if it's been said already but I would think Death Cab for Cutie might be a likely contender for this?

Aidan1234567

Aidan1234567 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

i would think that Death Cab would be good for this if they don't have tour dates at the same time

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 14th Jun, 2011

Will they provide comfortable sleeping arrangements for the duration of their set?

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 17th Jun, 2011

a few acts that won't be on the lineup

Bon Iver - Nov 11, Bristol, UK
Fleet Foxes - Nov 14, Zagreb, Croatia
The Antlers - Nov 12, Leeds, UK

humanracin

humanracin said on the 17th Jun, 2011

a few acts that won't be on the lineup

Bon Iver - Nov 11, Bristol, UK
Fleet Foxes - Nov 14, Zagreb, Croatia
The Antlers - Nov 12, Leeds, UK

I heard Fleet Foxes for Laneway...

How about Iron & Wine?

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 17th Jun, 2011



don't toy with greggs emotions!

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 17th Jun, 2011

I heard Fleet Foxes for Laneway...

How about Iron & Wine?

Iron and Wine have nothing after Oct-10

I also had a look at bands coming through Japan in november. The National on Nov-9 sounds promising, but besides that there is only really White Lies on Nov-2.

Aidan1234567

Aidan1234567 said on the 17th Jun, 2011

bit bummed Bon Iver & Fleet Foxes won't be there, it actually sounds like a half decent festival, and White Lies look really likely as a tour or festival as they canceled Australia earlier in the year

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 17th Jun, 2011

Neil Young has to headline.

ZePpLiNs666

ZePpLiNs666 said on the 18th Jun, 2011

if flips are coming to melbourne 3 days after my birthday, i will lose my shit.

Piko

Piko said on the 18th Jun, 2011

I must state, If I were a festival organiser, I wouldn't be too fussed about uni students, most can't afford to splurge on alcohol, food and merch. Besides the lineup seems more aimed at late Gen X/Early Gen Y who should be self sufficient by now. Oh hang on... Thats me!! Maybe i should attend.

grattan

grattan said on the 22nd Jun, 2011

Gillian Welch's first album in eight years is called The Harrow & The Harvest - coincidence?

http://www.memorabletv.com/pics/gillian-welch-the-harrow-and-the-harvest.jpg

Spicy McHaggis

Spicy McHaggis said on the 22nd Jun, 2011



I would argue the opposite. Many uni students splurge pretty good on alcohol and merch. Then they eat migoreng for the next two weeks.

daveyac8881

daveyac8881 said on the 22nd Jun, 2011



Agree.

100%. Uni students = worst budgeters ever. 99% due to festivals, events and other alcohol related activities.

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 22nd Jun, 2011

Agree.

100%. Uni students = worst budgeters ever. 99% due to festivals, events and other alcohol related activities.

thats pretty much me except i don't drink. i spend a good bulk of my money on concerts and festivals. i buy new clothes once every year and hot chips makes for a fancy lunch. it's a good life if you ask me.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 22nd Jun, 2011

is it time to harvest yet?

grattan

grattan said on the 27th Jun, 2011

From the Age on the 17th of June -

LAST week when Sticky spoke to AJ Maddah, promoter of Soundwave Revolution, about the decision to hold the one-day hard-rock festival in Melton due to the unavailability of a suitable site closer to the city, the rumour of a third festival by his team to be held later this year was raised. ''We have been looking at doing some kind of arts festival for a while and it is still under consideration,'' Maddah said.An official announcement of the Harvest festival may be only weeks away

grattan

grattan said on the 30th Jun, 2011

a few acts that won't be on the lineup

Bon Iver - Nov 11, Bristol, UK
Fleet Foxes - Nov 14, Zagreb, Croatia
The Antlers - Nov 12, Leeds, UK

No Beirut either.
Nov 13, Electric Factory, Philadelphia

BeShakey

BeShakey said on the 30th Jun, 2011

gillian welch's first album in eight years is called the harrow & the harvest - coincidence?

http://www.memorabletv.com/pics/gillian-welch-the-harrow-and-the-harvest.jpg

welch's us tour ends on 17 sept, so she could make an appearance.

wilco seem to fit the general bill, and will have a new album out, but have tour dates already. hopefully early '12?

MilkySheep

MilkySheep said on the 5th Jul, 2011

Anybody have any ideas when this is getting announced?

Probably going to fly to Sydney for it :)

humanracin

humanracin said on the 5th Jul, 2011

Nope, no idea when this is getting announced or if it is even really going to happen.
I was hoping this was going to be one of the three exciting announcements this week...

BeShakey

BeShakey said on the 5th Jul, 2011

no beirut either.
nov 13, electric factory, philadelphia

okkervil river perhaps? nothing after 25 sept

sarcasm_mister

sarcasm_mister said on the 5th Jul, 2011

The Rolling Stones? don't think they're doing much around november either.......

humanracin

humanracin said on the 5th Jul, 2011

Has this even been confirmed by the organisers that it IS actually happening?
All I've heard is a lot of proposals and rumours...

Sammo

Sammo said on the 5th Jul, 2011

This Town Needs Guns said they are playing Harvest Festival

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 5th Jul, 2011

less math rock, more something else.

Sammo

Sammo said on the 5th Jul, 2011



The band members after a few beers at a house party

humanracin

humanracin said on the 5th Jul, 2011



were they drunk enough to tell you the rest of the lineup?

HalfCentaur

HalfCentaur said on the 5th Jul, 2011

i told my friends that i was doing a solo gig at reading this year just before muse. BELIEVE

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 17th Jul, 2011

update on the touring dates:

Portishead - USA Oct-27
Bright Eyes - USA Sep-16

Flaming Lips - USA Oct-28
The National - Singapore Nov-6, Tokyo Nov-9
Aphex Twin - Poland Sep-11
Mogwai - Germany Nov-5, Scotland Dec-22
Janelle Monáe - Brazil Sep-23


all bands are on tour, but still no overlaps with the Harvest dates (nov 12, 13, 19)

bands in Japan during november; the National, Ocean Colour Scene, White Lies, Tortoise... also Aerosmith.

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 21st Jul, 2011

Mogwai are playing in Japan at Zepp Tokyo on Nov 25.

http://ticket-artist.pia.jp/pia/artists.do?artistsCd=11013071

sounds promising.

grattan

grattan said on the 21st Jul, 2011

neuroticwill - your Harvest digging has been excellent! Really top shelf stuff!

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 21st Jul, 2011

Just trying to convince myself that such an incredible festival could be real.

those Japan dates were nov 23rd, 24th as well as the 25th, so only 4 days after the brisbane harvest date.

Stickfigger

Stickfigger said on the 21st Jul, 2011

aphex twin is playing at the warehouse project, manchester, uk on november 18, 2011.

humanracin

humanracin said on the 21st Jul, 2011



So that means if Aphex is on the lineup he will only do Melb & Syd and Brisbane misses out...Boo!

Spicy McHaggis

Spicy McHaggis said on the 21st Jul, 2011

... No, it means he just won't be on the lineup

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 21st Jul, 2011

If there really is a line up......the fact this isnt being drip feed out makes me worry

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

I think this is AJ's way of getting back at the indie wankas who make fun of his drip fed bogan fests.

oldgregg

oldgregg said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

i'll have the last laugh, when i hang him with my cardigan.

Faris

Faris said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

"throws loafer angrily into the ground"

neuroticwill

neuroticwill said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

If he thinks drip-fed bogans are angry, he would be wise not to incur the wrath of Portishead fans with a taste for blood.

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 22nd Jul, 2011



if his way of getting back at people is to just release festival lineups in one go the way God intended, then I have no problem with that.

Jaytime

Jaytime said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

had word this morning that fest 'is' going ahead!
no word as to announcements yet!

berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

had word this morning that fest 'is' going ahead!
no word as to announcements yet!

...

Jose Cuervo

Jose Cuervo said on the 22nd Jul, 2011

Its ok, he's from adelaide, it hasnt reached 4.30 there yet

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