Supersonic 2014 Ltd Edt – playlist feat. final additions

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Supersonic Festival 2014 Ltd Edt had sold out in the first weekend of ticket sales, but due to the addition of a second stage we’ve been able to increase our capacity and offer up another 200 tickets for sale. Half of these extra tickets have already gone! So this really is last chance saloon for those of you who want to be part of Supersonic’s 2014 return: Be quick, tickets here.

With a second stage of course comes a whole new line-up of acts and we’ve picked out some corkers for you. A mix of both well established names like Seattle resident Chris Brokaw and also those who’ve been creating a buzz more recently including Anta, Evil Blizzard, Rattle, Khünnt and Sly & The Family Drone. The festival also welcomes some local bands who’ve made an impression on us including Backwards, Youth Man and Opium Lord. For more information on all these acts and why you should see them, plus the rest of the line-up go here.

We’ve picked out some tracks from some of these performers, plus a few extra tracks from the final additions to the main stage including Pharmakon, Felix Kubin and Alien Whale. Have a listen and get geared up for what is sure to be a great weekend of music and much, much more!

https://soundcloud.com/supersonic-festival/sets/supersonic-festival-ltd-edt-1 

 

You can also listen to our previous playlist which includes songs from many of our other performers this year.

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ANTA

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Loud, visceral, imposing, intelligent. Based in the creative hub of Bristol, UK, ANTA formed in early 2010 and quickly set to establishing a fearsome live reputation. The last eighteen months have seen the band’s sound evolve from the lurching, exploratory doomscapes that defined their debut, into something considerably more concise, focused and sonically aggressive. ‘Centurionaut’ is the culmination of a year’s worth of writing, playing, refining and honing. All of the band’s hallmarks are present: kinetic, inventive drum work, guttural, throat-rattling bass, beautifully intertwined synth and organ lines and filthy, driving guitar. This time round though, the immediacy and urgency in the songs’ execution leaves you short of breath. A heavy band for whom considered songwriting and catchy hooks are as important as bruising riffs. Expect

“Centurionaut appeals to the inner headphone space cadet and outer sweaty rock ogre equally. Through celestial drones and echolocations it explores sonic spaces, rhythmic symmetry and the spiritual singularity that can only be reached via the repeated application of an unabashedly muscular riff.” – The Quietus

Webpage: ANTA

 

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