Le Guess Who? Festival 2014
24.5 - 24.5 2014, Paesi Bassi
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You know what? Let's add another beautiful new venue to Le Guess Who? 2014. #lgw14
We’re happy to announce that this year, Le Bazarre will present their cult market on the Neude Square again. Explore their stalls of vintage, design, vinyl, books, graphic art and regional products. They’re also going to offer you some mobile kitchens with delicious fresh food. The market takes place on Saturday November 22 from 12:00 - 17:00. Want to sell your own stuff there? Check out this link: !
Stream Ought: Once More With Feeling... on Pitchfork Advance
"Four young men on the verge of a complete breakdown and/or total transcendence; four decades of art-rock refracted into something weird, brilliant and new": Rolling Stone on artrockers Ought. Stream their new EP Once More With Feeling via Pitchfork Advance:
Swans to release 'Oxygen' EP featuring four alternate versions
Le Guess Who? 2014 artists Swans (Oxygen EP) and St. Vincent (Pieta/Sparrow 10") are both releasing new material in November. Read more at DIY Magazine: & .
selda- Ince Ince Bir Kar Yagar
Why You Should Know Selda Bağcan (…And dare not miss her at Le Guess Who? Festival), by tune-yards' Merrill Garbus. It has always been a dream to have Selda Bağcan perform at our festival. Via friends in Berlin, London and Istanbul we managed to have Selda play together with her new band Boom Pam, headlining our Sunday line-up. It seems that a lot of other artists playing Le Guess Who? this year feel the say about Selda. We’ve asked them to explain why Selda is so special to them. First of all is Merrill Garbus a.k.a. tUnE-yArDs (playing before Selda at the Ronda Stage in TivoliVredenburg): “You probably don't know Selda, unless you are obsessed with Anatolian psychedelic rock, or are a record collector traveling to the side alleys of Istanbul buying 7"'s to spin at your next taste-making DJ gig, or if you have a specific interest in politically-oriented Turkish music from the embattled era of the '70's. Or if you're Mos Def: . You really, REALLY, should know Selda. The first time I heard Selda I thought WHY HAVEN'T I EVER HEARD THIS BEFORE? Because Selda's crystalline, cutting voice is unreal, and she's basically calling you to action, to at least cry out, "oh YEAH!” If not stop everything you're doing and start bopping your head up and down to the sick drum beats and bang-on guitar riffs. Seriously, just listen: Why haven't you heard of Selda? Probably because she sings in Turkish, and you don't know Turkish. And probably because her government made it extremely hard to share her music with the rest of the world (including imprisoning her repeatedly for the people-power, truth-telling messages in her songs). And mostly because we're generally very ignorant about the better music made in this world while we're busy digesting what mass media is telling us to listen to. I can't express how weird it is, and probably inappropriate, for my Pitchfork-lauded, neon-pink-spandex-wearing band to be opening for Selda. Think of her like the Joan Baez of revolutionary Turkey and you might get me. It's an unbelievable honor and privilege, and I'm trembling in my spandex in anticipation. If you don't trust me, listen to Antony Hegarty: "The artist I've been listening to more than anybody else is Selda, the Turkish singer. I think she's considered a revolutionary singer -- she was in a lot of political trouble for a number of years, she's kind of like the voice of the people. It's almost like she's crying." To all the revolutionary voices seldom heard, and to you, the curious listener, for keeping your ears open wider. And to Selda: .”
You can now also buy tickets for Le Guess Who? 2014 at the great Concerto Recordstore Amsterdam.
European Festival Awards 2014 Survey
Did you vote for the European Festival Awards yet? We’re honored to be nominated as Best Indoor Festival!
Lucrecia Dalt: "Esotro"
Wednesday, we announced Lucrecia Dalt for Le Guess Who? 2014. Treat yourself to her new song Esotro, to be released as part of her new EP on Nicolas Jaar’s label Other People:
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