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The timetables for All Tomorrow’s Parties have been announced.

The opening day of the festival features a two-hour set from Godspeed You Black Emperor, who will warm the stage for My Bloody Valentine’s first Australian show since 1992. MBV will be playing one of their first dates since the release of their new album m b v, which is their long-awaited follow-up to 1991’s Loveless. The first day of the festival, curated by ATP, also features performances by Swans, Thee Oh Sees, Sleepy Sun, HTRK and New War.

Day two features a set from festival co-curators The Drones plus an appearance from Pere Ubu who will be playing their The Modern Dance album in full to celebrate its 35th anniversary. Other acts on day two include Einsturzende Neubauten (playing their first Australian date since 1991), Crime and the City Solution (on their first Australian visit in over 20 years) and the reunion of the original lineup of the Beasts of Bourbon featuring James Baker, Spencer P. Jones, Tex Perkins, Kim Salmon, and Boris Sujdovic.

The festival organisers have stressed that Stage 2 and the Cinema cannot hold the full festival capacity and have advised punters to arrive early if you want to guarantee seeing something in either of those locations.

The schedule also includes the ATP cinema programme which boasts screenings of Night Of The Hunter, Down By Law, The King Of Comedy, and There Will Be Blood.

All Tomorrow’s Parties is happening on Saturday, February 16 and Sunday, February 17 at Westgate Entertainment Centre and Grand Star Reception, Altona.

Saturday passes and weekend tickets are sold-out; some Sunday passes are still on sale.

Saturday 16th curated by ATP

Stage 1:
1.45pm-2.30pm – Sleepy Sun
3.00pm-4.00pm – Thee Oh Sees
4.30pm-6.30pm – Swans
7.15pm-9.15pm – Godspeed You! Black Emperor
10.00pm-11.20pm – my bloody valentine

Stage 2:
1.00pm-1.45pm – Strangers From Now On
2.45pm-3.30pm – Civil Civic
4.00pm-4.45pm – Standish/Carlyon
5.15pm-6.00pm – Ben Frost
6.30pm-7.15pm – New War
7.45pm-8.30pm – HTRK
9.00pm-10.00pm – The Dead C
11.30pm-12.30am – Oren Ambarchi

Cinema:
1.15pm-3.31pm – Come And See
4.00pm-6.32pm – Secret Film
7.00pm-8.30pm – The Italian
9.00pm-10.33pm – Night Of The Hunter
10.30pm-1.00am – Karaoke presented by Rage

Merchandise:
7.15pm – Mixtape Swap

Sunday 17th curated by The Drones

Stage 1:
2.45pm-3.15pm – My Disco
3.45pm-4.45pm – Crime And The City Solution
5.15pm-6.30pm – The Drones
7.00pm-8.15pm – Pere Ubu perform The Modern Dance
8.45pm-9.45pm – Beasts Of Bourbon
10.15pm-11.30pm – Einsturzende Neubauten

Stage 2:
1.30pm-2.15pm – Cam Butler & The Shadows Of Love
3.15pm-4.00pm – Dan Kelly Dream Band
4.45pm-5.30pm – The Stickmen
6.15pm-7.00pm – Harmony
8.00pm-8.45pm – Lost Animal
9.45pm-10.45pm – Don Walker

Cinema:
1.15pm-2.38pm – Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey
3.00pm-4.00pm – The Search For Animal Chin
4.30pm-6.17pm – Down By Law
6.30pm-8.19pm – The King Of Comedy
8.30pm-11.18pm – There Will Be Blood
11.20pm-1.00am – Karaoke presented by Rage

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Sex Cauldron

Sex Cauldron said on the 7th Feb, 2013

this will already go down as the best festival of 2013.

grattan

grattan said on the 8th Feb, 2013

The Drones have also picked a list of Books to recommend to attendees, A Confederacy Of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole, For Whom The Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway, The Sirens Of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut, Guignol's Band by Louis Ferdinand Celine,The Burial by Courtney Collins, Shots by Don Walker, Atomised by Michel Houellebecq, The Third Policeman by Flann O Brien and Straw Dogs by John Gray.

Stefan Beck

Stefan Beck said on the 8th Feb, 2013

I feel pretty hip since I've read the first three of those.

Jamezwm

Jamezwm said on the 8th Feb, 2013

Not to be outdone Jamezwm has compiled a list of berks he recommends to attendees:

1. Zoo Magazine, November 2009
For me this issue really hit the ground running with Emily Scott's insightful Sizzling Summer Strip.
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2. The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins
Nothing is as dull as hearing the loudest person in the room give their opinion on why a certain subject sucks. In this case it's Dicky D rebutting every point the bible and religious peoples ever made. In a strange twist of irony he becomes a preacher.
Awful awful reading.
http://covers.booktopia.com.au/big/9780552773317/the-god-delusion.jpg

3. Twilight, Stephanie Meyer
I had no idea the movie was a book, and at the time I was watching True Blood because boobs so thought vampires were okay. My gf at the times' BFF recommended the movie to us. What she meant to say was R Patz is a hunk and the movie is terrible. The friend also has every Disney movie on DVD so that explains that.
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4. Javascript for Dummies
When I studied the Internetz my Javascript teacher was a weird asexual guy. He taught code but he wrote said code on a whiteboard. This infuriated me as I learned nothing. The Dummies book isn't much better. I hate Javascript.
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berlinchair101

berlinchair101 said on the 8th Feb, 2013



2. The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins
Nothing is as dull as hearing the loudest person in the room give their opinion on why a certain subject sucks. In this case it's Dicky D rebutting every point the bible and religious peoples ever made. In a strange twist of irony he becomes a preacher.
Awful awful reading.
http://covers.booktopia.com.au/big/9780552773317/the-god-delusion.jpg


Fuck, that's amazing.

monokhrome_nite

monokhrome_nite said on the 8th Feb, 2013

Richard Dawkins makes me want to be all of the religions all at once.

ThatDude123

ThatDude123 said on the 8th Feb, 2013

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