November is going to be a VERY busy month for ATP. Not only will we have a lot of London shows and new announcements for all our upcoming festivals, but we'll also be returning to Camber Sands - Shellac will curate the Nightmare Before Christmas starting on the 30th - so what better way to head this overview than with some shots of Bob Weston showing each of his onstage facial hair configurations from back at their ATP in 2002?
We've got far too many shows this month to list them all, so we'll leave out the sold out shows from Beach House (who return in February, new London shows on sale here), Animal Collective, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Death Grips, Purity Ring and Dawn Hunger and get on with the stuff you can still get tickets to...
Monday 5th November: The new Spiritualized album 'Sweet Heart Sweet Light' is out now on Double Six/Spaceman Recordings and is getting rave reviews including an 8.8/Best New Music from Pitchfork. The band return to London very soon where they play the Roundhouse. Click here to buy tickets.
Monday 5th November: Young Wonder is an electronic pop duo from Cork, Ireland. Consisting of Ian Ring and Rachel Koeman they make music with big beats, euphoric synths, pitched vocals and Rach's sweet voice. Hear them at Soundcloud. They play the next show in our new weekly gig series at London's Sebright Arms, and we can now confirm support from DEMS and Ambassadeurs. Here are the details...
Tuesday 6th November: Exitmusic have played two excellent London support slots for us in the last year (for Sharon Van Etten and Braids), and we're very happy to have them back to headline at the Lexington this November. Support on the night is now confirmed as Empty Pools. Tickets for the show are on sale now priced at £8.
Tuesday 6th November: Melody’s Echo Chamber is the name given to the work of Paris-based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Melody Prochet. Possessing a penchant for wild-eyed psychedelia, homespun motorik rhythm and an effortless flair for the sort of melodic classicism redolent of chamber song, Prochet is at once both an aficionado of pop’s outer limits and off-kilter to its expectations. Check out a track on Soundcloud.
Melody's Echo Chamber will play London Cargo this November, and Dan Bodan has now been added to the line-up along with main support Pale Seas to complete the night.
Monday 12th November: the wonderful Serafina Steer will perform (hear a track here) at the Sebright Arms, with support from the amazing Theatre Of Dolls puppet show and DJ action from Bo Ningen.
Monday 19th November: Childhood, recently profiled by The Guardian, are getting a lot of attention at the moment, and we have now confirmed them for a show as part of our weekly gig series at London's Sebright Arms. Tickets are on sale now for £5.
Tuesday 20th November: The wonderful Band Of Horses returned this September with a new album entitled Mirage Rock, and next month they will play a London headline show at Hammersmith Apollo. Goldheart Assembly are confirmed as support.
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Thursday 22nd November: We recently confirmed an intimate London show at the Lexington from Beak> on the 21st November with handpicked supports Heavy Bunny and Scarlet Rascal & The TrainWreck. That show is now SOLD OUT. The band have put on sale a second night on the 22nd November with personally picked support from the excellent Thought Forms plus Special Guests TBC.
Monday 26th November: Excellent new Jagjaguwar signings Foxygen will play one of our Sebright Arms Monday shows in November. You can hear lots of their music on their bandcamp. Tickets are on sale now for £4 stbf.
Tuesday 27th November: Partly in celebration of Constellation's 15 excellent years as a record label, we're very happy that Do Make Say Think will be playing for us at London's Electric Ballroom this November during their European tour. What's more as part of our Don't Look Back Season the band will be playing their classic 'Goodbye Enemy Airship The Landlord Is Dead' album in full as part of their set amongst music from their other records.
Wednesday 28th November: The incredible Dirty Three return to London in November to promote new album Towards The Low Sun. Support is now confirmed as Zun Zun Egui.
Wednesday 28th November: The reputation of duo Shannon Funchess and Bruno Coviello has steadily sweltered via their intense live show, collaborations, and remixes. Now ATP are proud to present a London headline show from Light Asylum this November at Cargo.
Friday 30th November-Sunday 2nd December: We're very excited to return to Camber Sands on the 30th for our first festival there in 5 years headlined and curated by Shellac! We have just been able to release an extra small amount of 4 and 6 berth production held chalets for the event - these are likely to go very fast - they're up on Gigantic and Wegottickets...
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