Lineup for PearlPalooza 2

company of thieves letters

It's official: Company of Thieves can't stay away from the Capital Region. They're completely powerless to its draw.

WEQX released the music lineup for this year's PearlPalooza (you know, sort of like LarkFest, but... more east? more downtown?). There are two stages -- one for national acts, the other for locals.

PearlPalooza is September 24 from noon - 9 pm. It's free.

Lineups after the jump.

Main Stage

All descriptions from EQX press release

MUTEMATH: Declared by the Alternative Press as "the #1 band you need to see live before you die," they've performed at some of the country's largest festivals including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Coachella. MUTEMATH have contributed
to the soundtracks for both Transformers and Twilight. Their new album Odd Soul will be released on October 4th, 2011.
www.mutemath.com

Company of Thieves: A lively, soulful Chicago based band, always an audience favorite, return to the capital region highlighting songs from their new album Running From A Gamble, and revisiting favorites from their debut Ordinary Riches.
www.companyofthieves.net

DOM: With warped vocals, fuzzy low-fi distortion, and broken Casio keyboard lines, Dom filters a DIY aesthetic through the upbeat, sunny rhythms of pop music. In a word: fun!
www.wearedom.com

Black Taxi: Brooklyn based indie rock recognized as much for their wide-ranging musical influences and backgrounds as they are for their animated live performances. Dance-Punk and Big-Wave dominate the foursome's Grit-Pop sound.
www.blacktaxi.com

A Million Years: A Brooklyn based band that wear their love of guitar driven indie rock on their sleeve. Stimulated by the intellectualism and sonic experimentation of bands like Radiohead, Spoon and Wilco, they strive to create a world of smart, brooding characters wandering around in our digitized soundscape.
www.amillionyears.net

Additional acts on the main stage TBA.

2nd Stage

Ten Year Vamp
Around the World and Back
Wild Adriatic
Black Mountain Symphony
Timbre Coup

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Company of Thieves photo via their Facebook page

Earlier on AOA: LarkFest music lineup 2011

Comments

Can you bring your own beer or do you have to buy $10 This-ain't-NYC-but-we-think-we-are beers?

MUTEMATH! Seriously...you need to see these guys live.

So looking forward to this! Remember all; respect and enjoy the diversity!

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