THE1234 Festival which comes to Shoreditch Park on the 9 July, have announced their collaboration with Noisey.com, a new music discovery platform that launched earlier this year. The partnership for the 2011 festival seems a natural fit for the partnership as THE1234 Festival continues in its maverick tradition of setting the agenda with their chaotic and inspirational line-ups.
Headlining the Noisey stage are the inimitable and much-anticipated Black Lips, who will be joined by their label-mates The Raveonettes, both of whom are signed to Vice Records, plus post-punk pioneer Lydia Lunch as well as a host of other diverse and challenging acts across four stages, including The King Blues, The Chapman Family, Zombie Nation, Rainbow Arabia, Becoming Real and Damo Suzuki of krautrock band Can.
Tickets are around £20 and include free entry to a series of after-show parties around Shoreditch. At the Noisey after-show party venue The Old Blue Last, you’ll be able to check out live performances from Brown Brogues, Joseph Coward, The Revolutionary Spirit and Replicas, and DJ sets from Tim Burgess of The Charlatans, Hatcham Social and Rope residents.
Elsewhere there will be DJ sets from Zombie Nation, Autokratz and Stopmakingme at XOYO, Hannah Holland and Dan Beaumont at Dalston Superstore.