For one weekend each year Digbeth’s arches vibrate with strange, wonderful sounds as the Custard Factory becomes the focal point for one of the UK’s most distinctive and respected music festivals…Supersonic Festival.
2012 marks the ten year anniversary of this dynamic, constantly challenging, experimental, multi-disciplinary arts festival, which identifies the otherwise indescribable connections between experimental music, art, performance and film. To commemorate this impressive and very special milestone this year, Capsule propose to work with Supersonic alumni and emerging artists to celebrate the achievements of the festival thus far whilst also focusing firmly on the contemporary. Because as well as giving a warm welcome to many influential, era-defining artists over the years, Supersonic always has an uncanny knack for highlighting new acts before everyone else is talking about them.
Taking place 19-21 October 2012 at Custard Factory, Birmingham. we are very pleased to announce a special appearance from Germany’s Bohren & Der Club of Gore. This will be an exclusive UK show from the doom ridden jazz outfit and we’re incredibly excited!
This year will also see performances from:
Lichens / Dylan Carlson / Zeni Geva / JK Flesh / Carlton Melton / Tim Hecker / Dope Body / Rangda / Flower-Corsano Duo / Six Organs of Admittance / Sir Richard Bishop / Goat and a Small but Hard label showcase featuring DJ Scotch Bonnet plus many many more to be announced
Early bird tickets are available from https://supersonicfestival.com/tickets
9 Responses to “Supersonic Festival – initial line up & early bird tickets”
[Does a bit of wee]
Well this all looks fine. JK Flesh the highlight!
I don’t think i’ll bother, thanks.
be great to see Zeni Geva again one of my highlights from 2010
I don’t know any of them LOL! Opportunity for new experiences 😀
Small but Hard label showcase looks very interesting
An excellent, EXCELLENT opening line up
Can’t wait!! Seen Sir Richard Bishop last week, looking forward to seeing six organs of admittance too 🙂 happy days!!! x
Sir Richard Bishop as one of the first names has pretty much sold me a ticket… except that i have no money…