Basilica Soundscape 2017 full lineup

music producer composer JLin

Producer/composer Jlin

The Basilica Soundscape festival returns September 15-17 at Basilica Hudson. And there two are updates:

+ The full lineup is now out. It's below.

+ Single-day tickets are now available. They're $40 each for Friday or Saturday. Weekend passes are now $75. (There's also camping available for an additional charge.)

Festival blurbage:

For the sixth straight year, Basilica Hudson's Founders and Creative Directors Melissa Auf der Maur and Tony Stone are working in collaboration with The Creative Independent Editor in Chief Brandon Stosuy to program Basilica SoundScape, a carefully curated weekend that's been called "the anti festival" by various publications for offering of a thoughtful mix of music, visual art, and literature. This year they welcome back previous BSS Creative Director Michael Renaud to handle all aspects of visual design for the event and have added the talents of a special guest curator, Jenn Pelly, editor at Pitchfork, and author of a forthcoming book on the Raincoats.

As you know, Basilica Hudson is in a converted industrial space in Hudson (near the Amtrak station), about a 45-minute drive from Albany.

* New lineup additions

Music

Bing & Ruth
Blanck Mass
Emel Mathlouthi
Jlin
John Maus
Moor Mother
Priests
Protomartyr
serpentwithfeet
Thou
*Vivien Goldman
Yellow Eyes
*Yves Tumor
*Yvette
Zola Jesus

Readings

*Amy Rose Spiegel
Darcie Wilder
Eileen Myles
*Morgan Parker
Patty Schemel

Visual art

Emma Kohlmann
Jesse Draxler
Marianne Vitale
Naama Tsabar

After parties at The Half Moon (free with festival wrist band)

*Harkin
*No Dawn (Sannhet)
*Rainbow In The Dark
*Triangle Records

photo: Madhumita Nandi

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