Donato Dozzy, Sigha, Vessel, and Shxcxchcxsh Added to Berlin Atonal Line-Up
- Words: Glenn Jackson
Set to touch down this August, the Berlin Atonal festival has added a number of new names to its already impressive bill. Early last month, the recently relaunched festival (whose roots reach back to the early '80s), revealed that Tim Hecker, Millie + Andrea, and others would perform at the five-day event, which will again take place in a disused power plant in central Berlin deemed the Kraftwerk industrial complex. Of the new acts announced are Italian techno veterans Donato Dozzy (pictured above) and Nuel, whose deep, tribal offerings from their Aquaplano label have received a much deserved resurgence in popularity since Spectrum Spools reissued much of the material earlier this year. In addition, storied industrial electronic outfit Cabaret Voltaire have been confirmed for the festival, presenting what will be its first live performance in over 20 years. A number of additions have also been made to the festival's worthwhile after party line-up, including Young Echo affiliate Vessel, Sigha, and Swedish duo Shxcxchcxsh all being added to the roster.
Set to take place from August 20 to the 24, a flier for Berlin Atonal's official performances can be found below, while the five-day event's entire line-up (including many of its after parties) can be found here.
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