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Second Lineup Announced For Lines Of Flight Festival 2019

Second Lineup Announced For Lines Of Flight Festival 2019

Thursday 17th January, 2019 2:55PM

A second wave of local sound explorers have been announced for this year's iteration of Dunedin's long-running experimental music festival Lines Of Flight, happening over three dates this March. Artists joining the already mind-expanding lineup include Christchurch guitar innovator Roy Montgomery, "anxious polka-punk" unit Negative Nancies, noisy power trio Carter / Morley / Yeats (Shayne Carter with two thirds of The Dead C), avant-violinist Motte and more. Here's the full updated info...

Lines Of Flight 2019

Thursday 21st March - Dunedin Public Art Gallery, The Octagon, Dunedin
Friday 22nd March - Pioneer Hall, Port Chalmers
Saturday 23rd March - Pioneer Hall, Port Chalmers (afternoon)
Saturday 23rd March - Pioneer Hall, Port Chalmers (evening)

Featuring... Torrential Brain (AUS), Alphabethead, Sewage (with Jeff Henderson), A Handful of Dust, Is There A Hotline? (AUS), Gate, Cave and Bush, K-Group, UMU/Lady Lazer Light, Gorge, Space Wolf 2, Roy Montgomery, Carter/Morley/Yeats, Waterfalls, Negative Nancies, Motte, Eye, Smith, Longmore & Meung, Radio Cegeste, Kiseki Uragi

Here's Negative Nancies' ear-bleeding yet super catchy 'Candy Milk' from their debut You Do You EP...

Listen to Roy Montgomery's expansive new cover of Leonard Cohen's 'Last Year's Man'...

Experience insane live footage of Carter / Morley / Yeats ripping Auckland's Nowhere Festival a new one in 2014...

Press release:

The second lineup announcement has been made for the Lines of Flight festival in Dunedin, March 2019.

In addition to the previous acts, we are excited to add the following: a very rare performance by guitar drone legend Roy Montgomery, plus sets by incendiary trio Carter/Morley/Yeats, Wellington’s impressionistic Waterfalls, Dunedin’s no-wave poppers Negative Nancies, and Anita Clark’s violin/vocal project Motte. Dunedin psych improv band Eye (including founding member Nathan Thompson), Smith, Longmore & Meung, Radio Cegeste, and Kiseki Uragi complete the lineup.

The festival will be held over four shows, to be held at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery and the Port Chalmers Pioneer Hall. Each show will have separate musical acts, with many accompanied by projected experimental film.


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