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New London gigs: Thurston Moore, Caribou Vibration Ensemble, Mister Heavenly

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Three new shows confirmed and on sale from ATP Concerts...

1. Thurston Moore performing Psychic Hearts in it's entirety + Tall Firs, Electric Ballroom, London, Saturday 3rd December 2011

Thurston Moore's London Union Chapel show this December sold out quickly - but we can now announce he will play a different additional show at the Electric Ballroom.

On Saturday 3rd December Thurston will perform his classic solo LP Psychic Hearts in it's entirety as part of the Don't Look Back season. Support comes from Tall Firs, who return soon with a new album.

Ticket are on sale now, full details below:

ATP Concerts present a Don't Look Back event:

ARTIST: Thurston Moore performing Psychic Hearts

SUPPORT ACT: Tall Firs

VENUE: Electric Ballroom

DATE: Saturday 3rd December 2011

ADVANCED TICKET PRICE: £17.00 +bf

VENUE ADDRESS: 184 Camden High Street, London NW1 8QP

VENUE TELEPHONE: 020 7485 9006

AGE RESTRICTIONS: Strictly over 14s. Under 16s need to be accompanied by an adult. Photo ID required for entry.

DOORS OPEN: Early show - doors 6.30pm

CURFEW: 10.00pm

TICKETS: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/thurstonpsychiclondon.php

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2. Caribou Vibration Ensemble + Orchestra Of Spheres, The Scala, London, Wednesday 7th December 2011

This December Caribou are one of the curators of our Nightmare Before Christmas festival in Minehead, UK - they headline Sunday 11th December and so far have picked Pharoah Sanders, The Ex with Getatchew Mekurya, Junior Boys, Omar Souleyman, Sun Ra Arkestra, Factory Floor, Four Tet, Theo Parrish (4 Hour DJ Set), Toro Y Moi and Orchestra Of Spheres to play alongside them with more to be confirmed. Tickets for the festival are on sale now.

Caribou's headline set at the festival will be as the Caribou Vibration Ensemble featuring - special guest Marshall Allen (Sun Ra Arkestra), Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) on synthesizers and electronics, James Holden on modular synthesizers, a 4 piece horn section and two drummers - an 11 piece band total. This is only the second time Caribou Vibration Ensemble have performed - the first show was at ATP NYC in 2009. The band features the four piece horn section that featured on Caribou's Swim LP and James Holden's modular synth is going to be connected to / played by Ahmed Gallab's (Sinkane/Yeasayer) drum kit.

As well as playing ATP, the Ensemble (minus Marshall Allen who plays Minehead only) will also perform a London headline show at the Scala. Tickets are on sale now, full details below. This is sure to be an amazing show so don't miss out!

ATP Concerts present: Caribou Vibration Ensemble

SUPPORT ACTS: tbc

VENUE: The Scala

DATE: Wednesday 7th December 2011

ADVANCED TICKET PRICE: £16 +bf

TICKETS ON DOOR (IF STILL AVAILABLE ON THE NIGHT): £18

VENUE ADDRESS: 275 Pentonville Road, King´s Cross, London N1 9NL

VENUE TELEPHONE: 020 7833 2022

DOORS OPEN: 7.30pm

CURFEW: 11.00pm

AGE RESTRICTIONS: 18+

TICKETS: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/caribouvibrationlondon.php

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3. Mister Heavenly + support tbc, Cargo, London, Monday 12th December 2011

Mister Heavenly are a great new band on Sub Pop records comprised of Nick Thorburn (Islands/The Unicorns), Ryan Kattner (Man Man) and Joe Plummer (Modest Mouse). Their debut album Out Of Love is out now, and you can grab two free tracks from it here: http://soundcloud.com/alltomorrowsparties/tracks The band will play their debut London show at Cargo on the 12th December. Tickets are on sale now for £10. Here are the full details...

ARTIST: Mister Heavenly

SUPPORT ACTS: tbc

VENUE: Cargo

DATES: Monday 12th December 2011

TICKET PRICE: £10 +bf

TICKETS ON DOOR (IF STILL AVAILABLE ON THE NIGHT): £12

VENUE ADDRESS: 83 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3AY

VENUE TELEPHONE: 02077393440

AGE RESTRICTIONS: Over 18 only

DOORS: 7.30pm

CURFEW: 11.00pm

TICKETS: http://www.atpfestival.com/events/misterheavenlycargo.php

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