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Standon Calling: EVEN MORE Acts Announced
The Quietus , June 2nd, 2011 09:32

Looking like a cracker... or even a kraken, given the monstrous theme

Blessed with one of the finest sound systems and most picturesque locations among UK music festivals, the excellent Standon Calling has announced the lineup for its 2011 "Gods & Monsters" edition. This is a most appropriate theme given that Chrome Hoof will no doubt bring their enormous goat. The festival will run from August 12th to 14th in Standon, Hertfordshire, and the lineup is as follows:

Spiritualized, Lamb, Battles, Africa Express Soundsystem, Hercules & Love Affair, Penguin Café, John Grant, Chrome Hoof, Saul Williams, Azari & III, Washed Out, John Cooper Clarke, Errors, Born Ruffians, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Goldheart Assembly, Baxter Dury, The Raghu Dixit Project, The Mummers, The Correspondents, Broken Records, Three Trapped Tigers, Egyptrixx, Revere, Egyptian Hip Hop, Trophy Wife, Sound of Rum, Gallops, I.R.O.K., Bass Clef, Horse Box by JW Seassonaires, Zinc, Redlight & Dread MC, Hervé, Sinden, MJ Cole feat. MC Karizma, Little Boots, Bok Bok, Filthy Dukes, DJ Derek, Martelo, Real Nice, Plastic Thumbs, Phil Lamb, Malachai Soundsystem, Funeral Suits, Teeth of the Sea, White Noise Sound, Cut a Shine, Brassroots, The Moulettes, The Travelling Band, Zun Zun Egui, Various Cruelties, 2:54, Worship, Chapter 24, Ahab, Deathray Trebuchay, Brendan Rogers, Swing Zazou, Heritage Arts Company, East London Dance, Tripwires, Martha & the Arthurs, Bones, Silvermoths, Delirium Tremens, Pete Lawrie, Beans on Toast, Loose, Moose Stringband, Plaster of Paris, Stealing Sheep, Little Robots, Yellowbellies, Alan ‘The Beard’ Wright and Friends, Sam Lewis, Trenton & Free Radical, Holloway Jug Band, The Cedars, Jessie Lee Burn, Kaya Herstad, The Wagon Tales, Serious Sam Barrett, Downtown Wolves, Kitdafos.

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