Great Escape 2014 Line Up Announced

It’s almost that time again – the Great Escape weekend. The first 100 bands have been announced and it looks like shaping up to be our fave TGE in a few years. The first Dome show act is Kelis, bringing her milkshake to our yard for maybe the first time ever (correct us if we’re wrong).

Elsewhere Beautiful Boy, Royal Blood and Traams lead the charge for Brighton bands. Meanwhile we’re excited to see Dolomite Minor again, and Labyrinth Ear, an act we fell in love with about five minutes before looking at this list. Anyway, bugger all this preamble, you just want to look at the bands, right?

Line Up Part One:

Amber Run / Andy Shauf / Arc Iris / Arthur Beatrice / As Animals / Autobahn / Baby In Vain / Baby Strange / Beard Of Wolves / Beautiful Boy / Benjamin Clementine / Black City Lights / Blaenavon / Broken Twin / Charli XCX / Cherub / Chlöe Howl / Circa Waves / Cleo T / Courtney Barnett / D/C / Dark For Dark / Darlia / Denai Moore / Dive In / Dolomite Minor / Doom Squad / Douglas Dare / Dune Rats / Ella Eyre/ Erotic Market / Fabienne / Fat White Family / Female Smell / Femme / Flux Pavilion / Flyte / Ftse / Future Islands / Fyfe / Gianna Lauren / Ginger And The Ghost / Glory Glory / Hannah Georgas / Hermitude / Holy Strays / Hsy / Human Pyramids / Jaakko Eino Kalevi / Jay Arner / Jeremiah Jae / Jeremy Neale / Jungle / Kelis / Labyrinth Ear / Leon T Pearl / Lonely The Brave / Lovepark / Major Leagues / Marika Hackman / Matthew And The Atlas / Max Marshall / Mickey Lightfoot / Money For Rope / New Desert Blues / Oliver Wilde / Orval Carlos Sibelius / Oy / Pawws / Phox / Powder Blue / Rejjie Snow / Rosie Lowe / Royal Blood / Russian Red / Saint Raymond / Samaris / Satellite Stories / September Girls / Shopping / Shy Nature / Sin Cos Tan / Slaves / Stubborn Heart / Sundara Karma / The Bony King Of Nowhere / The Creases / The Crooked Brothers / The Darlingtons / The Oscillation / The Scenes / Theo Verney / Tove Lo / Traams / Traumahelikopter / Travis Bretzer / Wet / White Lung / Wilsen / Womans Hour / Young Summer / Youth Man / Yumi And The Weather

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James Kendall

James Kendall is the co-owner and editor of SOURCE. He’s been a music journalist since 1992 and spent over a decade travelling the globe covering dance music for DJmag. He’s interviewed a range of subjects from Bat For Lashes, Foals and James ‘LCD Soundsystem’ Murphy to Katie Price and the Sugababes. He’s a keen photographer and has work featured in The Guardian.

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