Schedule as at 15th June 2008

Band Name

Day

19th - 22nd June 2008

Time On

Location

Stage 1 = Outside

Stage 2 = Inside

The Photographic

Thursday 19th

7:00 pm

Inside

Parlour

Thursday

8:00 pm

Inside

Elephant Micah

Thursday

9:00 pm

Inside

Dead Maids

Thursday

10:00 pm

Inside

Hush Arbors

Thursday

11:00 pm

Inside

 




United Bible Studies

Friday 20th

12:00 pm

Outside

Sharon Krauss

Friday

12:50 pm

Outside

Ignatz

Friday

1:40 pm

Inside

Antietam

Friday

2:30 pm

Outside

Black Forest/Black Sea

Friday

3:20 pm

Inside

Sleeping Pill

Friday 4:10 pm Outside
Dinner Break


Tanakh

Friday

6:00 pm

Inside

Plastic Crimewave Sound

Friday

6:55 pm

Outside

Linus Pauling Quartet

Friday

7:50 pm

Inside

Major Stars

Friday

8:45 pm

Outside

Damon and Naomi

Friday

9:40 pm

Inside

Helena Espvall & Masaki Batoh

Friday

10:35 pm

Inside

 




Oneida

Saturday 21st

12:00 pm

Inside

Wooden Shjips

Saturday

12:55 pm

Outside

Tara Jane Oneil

Saturday

1: 50 pm

Inside

Kinski

Saturday

2:25 pm

Outside

MV+EE with the Golden Road

Saturday

3:40 pm

Inside

Dinner Break




Bardo Pond

Saturday

5:30 pm

Outside

Grails

Saturday

6:25 pm

Inside

Motorpsycho

Saturday

7:30 pm

Outside

Sapat

Saturday

8:30 pm

Inside

MONO

Saturday

9:25 pm

Outside

Kohoutek

Saturday

10:35 pm

Inside

 




Team Brick

Sunday 22nd

12:00 pm

Outside

 Rob Sharples Sunday 12:50 Inside

Thee American Revolution

Sunday

1:45 pm

Outside

Insect Factory

Sunday

2:40 pm

Inside

Simply Saucer

Sunday

3:35 pm

Outside

Pelt

Sunday

4:30 pm

Inside

Dinner Break




Jack Rose and the Black Twig Pickers

Sunday

6:15 pm

Inside

The Entrance Band Sunday 7:10 Outside

Windy and Carl

Sunday

8:05 pm

 Inside

Paik Sunday 9:00 Outside

Makoto Kawabata

Sunday

10:00 pm

Inside

 

 

 
   

Latest changes & accompanying notes:

 

June 15th: No further changes to report or indeed anticipated. I'm off to Kentucky myself in a matter of hours, so... see you there! Wahoo!

 

June 12th: Elephant Micah invited to replace Marissa Nadler. "Indiana's Elephant Micah sound a lot like the kind of basement wave psychedelia that made up the bulk of the Boston Twisted Village label throughout the 90s, punk primitive groups like Crystallized Movements, Luxurious Bags and Bongloads of Righteous Boo"

 

June 11th: According to Keith from Kemado Records, Marissa Nadler "will need to cancel her upcoming gig at Terrastock due to unforeseen complications with the recording of her new album. We are all extremely sorry that this has to happen (particularly so last minute), but I'm sure you understand that the completion of her new album is a huge priority."

 

June 4th: The schedule should hopefully remain reasonably stable now. Team Brick have been slotted into Sunday at 12:00 midday. There have been some minor tweaks to the rest of Sunday and the running order on Friday, but none of the artists are playing on a different day to that previously notified.

 

May 29th: Aside from the addition of Team Brick (day and time to be confirmed), no further changes to the line-up to report, and Hush Arbors flights have all been sorted out now. Kohoutek will be featuring a Special Guest Star during their set. Sleeping Pill's Georgia Hubley has asked us to point out that Sleeping Pill is NOT Yo La Tengo  playing YLT music under a fake name.  Hope that's clear.
 

May 6th: The culmination of a couple of weeks worth of frantic behind-scenes work, and we now have a reasonably stable list of confirmed performers and set times for each day. Tragically, due to a bereavement the Bevis Frond have had to drop out of this year's Terrastock festival. We're very sorry about this and I'm sure you will join us in passing along our sincere condolences and best wishes to Nick Saloman and his family. Terrascope Audio Entertainments are hoping to be able to put on a separate Bevis Frond show later in the year to help make up in some small way for this huge disappointment. All other acts will be happening as described above, although please be aware that Hush Arbors are Subject to Confirmation for the moment due to complications with flights which we are endeavouring to rectify as a matter of priority.

 

April 18th: Special guest stars "Sleeping Pill" (not their real name) confirmed for Friday 20th June - note that Friday's set times will all be changing slightly as a result. Don't miss this one!

 

April 2nd: Some minor tweaks and changes. The American Revolution (featuring Bill Doss of Olivia Tremor Control / Sunshine Fix) and Robert Schneider (Apples in Stereo etc) have been added, with Kohoutek moving into Sunday to make way. The above timings are still VERY tentative.

 

March 8th: We are pleased to announce that after months of negotiation and nail-biting, Entrance Band and Kohoutek can now be added to the confirmed list of artists for T7. Please note however that we are going to have to considerably change the start times and maybe a few bands on the Sunday, so stand by for a further update before making plans.

 

March 3rd: A tentative schedule has now been announced. Please note that this is very much liable to change, and Terrastock 7 can accept no responsibility whatsoever should your travel and accommodation plans be thrown into disarray. Meanwhile, the on-off Acid Mothers Temple and the Cosmic Inferno saga continues to unfold. The situation as of 09:00 today is that we will definitely be seeing Kawabata Makoto perform, but possibly accompanied by some as yet unnamed musicians. I hasten to add that this is no fault of either Terrastock or Makoto, both of whom are working extremely hard to bring you the most exciting possible performance under what can only be described as difficult circumstances.

 

February 19th: We have secured confirmation that Helena Espvall (of Espers) and Masaki Batoh (of Ghost) will be performing as a duo. We are also led to believe that they will be accompanying Damon and Naomi during their performance as well.

 

February 11th: Unfortunately Pantaleimon has had to pull out, due to a proposed U.S. tour falling through at this time. Needless to say we are very disappointed about this, and sincerely hope Pantaleimon can perform in America very soon.

 

Phil McMullen, Terrastock Festival Curator