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Published on October 23rd, 2007 | by Filthy Pedro

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Autumn Antifolk Festival 2007 line up announced

The Autumn Antifolk Festival 2007 will take place on Fri/Sat 16th and 17th of November at the 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street, Soho, London. It sees a selection of regular Antifolk heavyweights, Schwervon and Major Matt Mason from the US and the début ofy new acts like Cookie Cutterr from Manchester, Iona Marshall and U & Me, who features the large guy from the Office.

Venue: 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street, Soho, London WC2.

Times: Doors open 6:45pm, music at 7:00pm both nights. Ends very late.

Dates: Friday 16th and Saturday 17th of November 2007.

Cost: £6 per night, or £10 for the whole weekend. Advance tickets from the 12 Bar Club (020 7240 2622).

The provisional line up is listed below. Please note acts are still being confirmed and times may change…

Friday 16th November 2007

7.05 Planet Zim (15 mins)
7.35 Dennis Scunt (20 mins)
8:00 Steve White (25 mins)
8.30 Larry Pickleman (25 mins)
9.05 Kinkajou (30 mins)
9.45 Spinmaster Plantpot (10 mins)
10.00 Scrappy Hood (30 mins)
10.40 Paul Hawkins (30 mins)
11.20 Jail
12:00 The Other Dances (30 mins)
12.40 U & Me (30 mins)
1:20 Lail Arad

Saturday 17th November 2007

7.10 John Hudson (30 mins)
7:50 Miss Sills (30 mins)
8:25 King! (30 mins)
9.00 Filthy Pedro & the Carthaginians (30 mins)
9.40 Schwervon (30 mins)
10.20 The Little Things (30 mins)
11.00 David Cronenberg’s Wife (30 mins)
11.40 Major Matt Mason (30 mins)
12.20 Popular Tyre (25 mins)
12.50 Iona Marshall (25 mins)
1.20 Hello Babies (20 mins)
1:50 TBC

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is an Antifolk musician and founder of the British Antifolk movement. Some say he is over 10,000 years old and sees Antifolk as the evolution of folk music. Others say he is actually originally from Anglesey and first got into Antifolk when he realised the type of music he liked and made had a name.



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