More Details Confirmed For...
featuring Squarepusher + LFO + Fuck Buttons + DJs Declan Allen & N>E>D
Kentish Town Forum, London - Thursday 21st April 2011 6pm-11pm
On Sale Now - All Profits Go To The Japanese Red Cross
ATP urges you to support the victims of the Japanese disaster - this coming Thursday 21st April before the bank holiday weekend, we are holding a Benefit Concert at London's Kentish Town Forum - all of the profits from which will go to the Japanese Red Cross and will be used towards helping the Japanese people recover from this devastating natural disaster over the coming months and years. The event has a stunning line-up featuring Squarepusher (playing a special improv/jam set), LFO and Fuck Buttons as well as guest DJs Declan Allen and N>E>D.
The crisis is ongoing and will be for a long time. Tickets are still available - please help to spread the word to as many people and places as possible to make this event a success and make as much money as possible for the Red Cross.
Today we can confirm more news on the special raffle being held at the show...
At the show we will also be holding a huge raffle in which some amazing prizes will be up for grabs. All proceeds go to the Red Cross.
So far we've confirmed donations from our friends at 4ad, Constellation, Bella Union, Eat Your Own Ears, Mute, Warp, Kobalt, Soundcloud, Matador, Sub Pop, Backstreet Merch, EMI, Domino, Southern, Wichita, Rough Trade East, and Portishead, plus we'll be putting in loads of great ATP tickets and records - with a total value so far for all donations at over £5000 - thanks to all our generous contributors!
Here are just a few of the items donated and we'll be adding more to the list as they come in so keep an eye on this page. Some highlights include...
Everyone who buys a ticket to the benefit, will receive a code to receive a new exclusive Autechre track, '6852'. Codes are sent out via email after booking with details on how to redeem it. Art for this event has been generously donated by Tim Biskup - giclee posters (produced by http://www.jealousgallery.com) will be on sale at the event with all profits going to the Japanese Red Cross. Thank you too of course to all the bands for playing for free. Thanks to our friends at Beck's, Magners, Asahi & Courvoisier for providing riders for the bands.
Tickets for ATP's Benefit Concert For Japan are priced at £20 + 50p booking fee (£1 on Ticketmaster) and are on sale now via this link. Thank you to the ticket companies for reducing their booking fees for this event.