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East India Youth & Toy Set For Field Day
Laurie Tuffrey , February 27th, 2013 11:36

Quietus Phonographic Corporation signing among latest acts joining an already embarrassment-of-riches line-up; listen to new episode of Field Day Radio below

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East India Youth, Toy and Stealing Sheep have been announced as part of the latest round of acts to join the line-up for this year's Field Day, taking place at Victoria Park in London on May 25.

They'll be joining Guards, King Krule, Kwes and Koreless on a bill that already boasts - take a breath now - Savages, Solange, John Cooper Clarke, Amateur Best, Connan Mockasin, Dark Dark Dark, Egyptian Hip Hop, Kurt Vile, Mount Kimbie, Palma Violets, Seth Troxler, Shed, Splashh, Stubborn Heart, Wild Nothing, Animal Collective, Bat For Lashes, Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs, Chvrches, Daphni, Daughter, Disclosure, Django Django, Do Make Say Think, Emeralds, Everything Everything, Four Tet, Francois & The Atlas Mountains, Fucked Up, Ginger Baker Jazz Confusion, Hessle Audio DJs - Ben UFO, Pangaea, Pearson Sound. Also! How To Dress Well, Jacques Greene, James Yorkston, Julio Bashmore, Karenn, Mulatu Astatke (Ethiopiques), Thomas Mapfumo, Tim Burgess, TNGHT, Virals and Vondelpark.

In anticipation of the big day, the festival have just released a new episode of Field Day Radio, featuring a mix by indie imprint Amateur Best - have a listen below:

Head over to the Field Day website to buy tickets.

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EarlGinger
Feb 28, 2013 1:37pm

Whuh!? Is that the Charanjit Singh of legendary 1982 rave-predicting album `10 Ragas to a Disco Beat' fame i see on the bill?!? If so i need tickets NOW. And if you haven't heard him you all need to go and get copies of this recently rereleased classic too...

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