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More Announced For Berlin Atonal
Christian Eede , June 29th, 2017 16:53

Main (otherwise known as Loop's Robert Hampson) will team up with Regis, plus lots more

Main, the project of Loop's Robert Hampson, and Regis are set to collaborate at this year's Berlin Atonal. Their set leads the festival's second line-up announcement for this year. Also confirmed is an anonymous project called 'Belief Defect' plus Shackleton and Anika's new Behind The Glass collaborative project, which will see the pair present their new album alongside Strawalde and Pedro Maia. Anthony Linell, formerly known as Abdulla Rashim, will appear with visuals from Kimberley Ihre, while Hypnobeat, the drum machine-based project of Helena Hauff and James Dean Brown, will also play live.

Former Napalm Death member Mick Harris will play as Fret while Demdike Stare will present a new show with visuals from Michael England. They will also DJ alongside Ieuke as part of a DDS showcase which takes in live appearances from Rob Lowe and Equiknoxx too.

Damian Dubrovnik will premiere a new audiovisual live show while Rashad Becker and Ena will come together for a show using the Oktophonic system developed by Karlheinz Stockhausen. PYUR will also use Stockhausen's system to present her new work 'Oratorio for the Underground'.

Wolf Eyes and Carla dal Forno are also set to play live, as well as Emptyset, Pact Ifernal and Varg. DJ sets will come from DJ Stingray, Trevor Jackson, JASSS, Apeiron Crew, Richard Fearless, Errorbeauty, Anastasia Kristensen, while LCC with Pedro Maia, Belong, Broken English Club, Crossing Avenue, CoH and Goner are all also set to play live.

This extensive programme of guests join an already bulging bill, which you can check in full here. Berlin Atonal takes place at Berlin's monumental Kraftwerk building from August 16-20.

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