Festivals Anna Meredith, EKKAH and Black Foxxes among Eurosonic additions

Anna Meredith, EKKAH and Black Foxxes among Eurosonic additions

84 (!) further acts have been announced for the Dutch shindig.

Anna Meredith, EKKAH and Black Foxxes are among the 84-strong list of artists newly confirmed for next year’s Eurosonic Noorderslag.

The event, which takes place in January in the Dutch town of Groningen, is one of the year’s first showcases (think The Great Escape with no beach and more snow). Here and here shows what we got up to there earlier this year.

The acts join a bill which already includes such faves as Declan McKenna, Goat Girl, Sløtface and The Magic Gang.

The full list of new acts is:

AdHd, Áine Cahill, Albert af Ekenstam, Albin Lee Meldau, Anna Meredith, Baloji, Basheskia & Edward EQ, Baywaves, Bazart, Beissoul & Einius, Bernays Propaganda, Best Youth, Birthh, Black Dylan, Black Foxxes, Blaudzun, Brass Rave Unit, Bry, Buslav, Camp Claude, Carpenter Brut, CHINAH, Christian Löffler, Chui, Cocaine Piss, Death Alley, Delv!s, Donnerwetter, EKKAH, Elle Exxe, Eskei83, Faber, Fil Bo Riva, First Breath After Coma, First Hate, Fran Palermo, Jonna Fraser, Gallowstreet, Good Harvest, Gurr, HAUS, Holy Nothing, IDLES, Jadu Heart, JOHN GRVY, JP Cooper, Kel Assouf, Klangstof, Kuenta i Tambu, Lisa O’Neill, Lookapony, Mahalia, Matt Maltese, Nils Bech, Noiserv, Novo Amor, Octa Push, Onuka, Paceshifters, Palace Winter, Paul Sinha, Picture This, Pink Oculus, Rodrigo Leão, Ronnie Flex (+band), Sailor & I, Saint Sister, Seramic, St. Grandson, Sturla Atlas, Swedish Death Candy, The Amazons, The Dubbeez, The Ills, The Kik, The Mysterons, The Wacky Blues Professors, Throes + The Shine, Txarango, Vera Jonas Experiment, View , Weval live and WILDES.

Eurosonic Noorderslag takes place between 11th and 14th January 2017. Tickets are on sale now.


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