Criterion Films & Laphams Quarterly Books confirmed for Queen Of Hearts boat at I'll Be Your Mirror NYC

Friday September 14, 2012

IBYM New York

 

ATP Announce Films hosted by Criterion & Books by Laphams Quarterly
on the festival boat 'Queen Of Hearts'
+ JEFF The Brotherhood join line-up replacing Chavez

Tickets On Sale Now Online or in person from Other Music, NYC

"In terms of vibe, it is simply the best music festival there is." - NPR

"It's a utopian operation; its organisers know the problems with most other music festivals and try to avoid them on principle." - New York Times

NEW VIDEO TRAILERS FOR THE EVENT: 1: vimeo.com/48465393 2: vimeo.com/49445654

All Tomorrow's Parties are very excited to present the I'll Be Your Mirror USA festival this September 21st-23rd at Pier 36 in Manhattan, NYC. Pier 36 is a new indoor venue sitting on the edge of the East River between the Manhattan & Williamsburg Bridges, an easy walk from the LES - it's outside area boasts glorious views of Brooklyn and the Statue of Liberty. As previously announced the Saturday is headlined by The Afghan Whigs (reuniting after a 13 year hiatus) and curated by their frontman Greg Dulli, with ATP curating the Friday & Sunday show. The line-up also features Phliip Glass + Tyondai Braxton, Frank Ocean, The Roots, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Jose Gonzalez, The Antlers, DJ Questlove, Charles Bradley, The Make-Up, Dirty Three, Mark Lanegan Band, Hot Snakes, Thee Oh Sees and many more. Tickets are available now from www.ATPFestival.com or in person from Other Music in NYC.

Today ATP can announce some new additions to the event...

Queen Of Hearts

I’M ON A BOAT MOTHER F***ER - Queen of Hearts joins ATP New York


The Queen of Hearts will be docked at Pier 36 and will host the Criterion Cinema, Lapham’s Quarterly Book Clubs as well as Lord Sinclair’s signature ATP Pop Quiz and Bingo.

Cinema hosted by Criterion:


Cinema at this year's ATP I'll Be Your Mirror will be presented by the Criterion Collection and will run for the entire weekend on the Queen Of Hearts, free of charge. Greg Dulli has chosen Dazed & Confused, The King Of Marvin Gardens, The Night Of The Hunter and Something Wild, with more films to be revealed at the event, and Criterion have chosen Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, Eating Raoul, Harold & Maude, Lonesome, Quadrophenia and The Royal Tenenbaums, again with more films to be revealed at the event.

Click here for more info on all the films!

Book Club with Laphams Quarterly:


We have asked our curator Greg Dulli to pick a group of books to recommend to attendees, and you can see the titles Greg has chosen below. Our friends at Laphams Quarterly are helping us run the book club for the event on the Queen Of Hearts.

Lapham’s Quarterly sets the story of the past in the frame of the present. Four times a year, the editors choose a question current in the headlines—foreign war, financial panic, the whereabouts of God—and bring answers to it from authors whose powers of observation and expression have passed the test of time. On the stands now: “Politics.” Just in time for the 2012 presidential general election, LQ explores the modes of power, citizenship, and government that have organized our societies from ancient Athens to contemporary America. Among the contributors setting the scene are Thomas Paine, Mao Zedong, George Packer, Montesquieu, Richard Nixon, Albert Camus, and Anna Politkovskaya.

Greg Dulli has chosen:

The Black Dahlia (author: James Ellroy / publisher: Grand Central Publishing / 1987)
A Fraction of the Whole (author: Steve Toltz / publisher: Spiegel & Grau / 2008)
Geek Love (author: Katherine Dunn / publisher: Vintage Books / 1989)
Nobody Move (author: Denis Johnson / publisher: Picador / 2009)
Play It As It Lays (author: Joan Didion / publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux / 1970)

Joining the LQ editors to discuss Geek Love on Saturday will be special guests Evan Michelson & Mike Zohn, stars of the Science Channel program Oddities and owners of the Lower East Side oddities and antiquities store Obscura. And on Sunday Julie Klausner, author of I Don’t Care About Your Band and host of the podcast How Was Your Week will take part in the discussion of Play It As It Lays.

Click here for more info on all the books!

JEFF The Brotherhood replace Chavez:

Sadly our friends Chavez have had to cancel their appearance on the Saturday of the event - they send out their apologies to "the number one fans in the world." Greg Dulli has picked out the hotly tipped JEFF The Brotherhood who have saved the day by joining the Saturday line-up as a replacement.

Whiskey Tasting:

ATP’s James King invites you to come and sample rare single cask Scotch Whiskies throughout the weekend. Drop by the Merchandise stall for more information & to sign up.

Scavenger Hunt:

Earlier this week ATP launched an instagram scavenger hunt around various shops and businesses where you could win tickets to ATP, three nights accommodation at the Ace Hotel during the festival, Greg Dulli curated books, Criterion Blurays and DVDs. Thanks to everyone that participated, the answers were:

1) Location: Record Grouch - Clue was: Oscar the LP (Dazed and Confused found by thepiratehat)

2) Location: Beacons closet - Clue was: Where a lighthouse might store its clothes. (Play It As It Lays found by brianbetancourt)

3) Location: The Word - Clue was: There are six in this clue. (Eating Raoul found by brianbetancourt)

4) Location: Cake Shop - Clue was: Flour, sugar, eggs and butter for sale (Something Wild found by mslazarou)

5) Location: McNally Jackson - Clue was: Tito's Scottish cousin (Geek Love found by mslazarou)

6) Location: The Ace Hotel - Clue was: Motorhead digs at this hotel. (Fraction of the Whole found by mslazarou)

7) Location: Jonathan LeVine Gallery - Clue was: This gallery is so delusional (Quadrophenia found by thepiratehat)

8) Location: Mailbox Etc - Clue was: Howard the doorman stares at the pink pussycat from this address in the West Village (Nobody Move found by philly4eva)

9) Location: Other Music - Clue was: Sounds from a strange village in Lost (Harold and Maude found by job_cain)

10) Location: Co-op 87 - Clue was: Audio neutering on fruit (Lonesome found by brianbetancourt)

11) Location: Soundfix - Clue was: Not a condo in the year before the nation started to daydream (Royal Tenenbaums found by mslazarou)

The winner of the comp is mslazarou - congratulations!



Festival Line-up:

Friday 21st curated by ATP:

FRANK OCEAN
PHILIP GLASS & TYONDAI BRAXTON
JANEANE GAROFALO
LIGHTNING BOLT
LEE RANALDO'S 'HANGING GUITAR'
HANNIBAL BURESS
EDAN THE DEEJAY
KURT BRAUNOHLER


Saturday 22nd curated by Greg Dulli:

THE AFGHAN WHIGS
THE ROOTS
JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ
MARK LANEGAN BAND
DIRTY THREE
THE ANTLERS
JEFF THE BROTHERHOOD
THE DIRTBOMBS
SCRAWL
EMERALDS
JOSEPH ARTHUR
VETIVER
CHARLES BRADLEY AND THE EXTRAORDINAIRES
AFTERHOURS
DJ QUESTLOVE

Sunday 23rd curated by ATP:

GODSPEED YOU! BLACK EMPEROR
THE MAKE-UP
HOT SNAKES
THE MAGIC BAND
AUTOLUX
THEE OH SEES
THE ALBUM LEAF
LEE RANALDO (Full Band Show)
BRAIDS
THE PSYCHIC PARAMOUNT
QUINTRON AND MISS PUSSYCAT
TALL FIRS
BLANCK MASS
ENDLESS BOOGIE
DEMDIKE STARE
DJ JONATHAN TOUBIN

Festival Location Map:



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