ATP I’ll Be Your Mirror curated by Portishead

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Sabato 23 Luglio 2011 Domenica 24 Luglio 2011

Alexandra Palace

Alexandra Palace Way, Wood Green
London, Londra N22 7AY
Regno Unito
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Saturday 23rd July

(original line-up - first UK show in 10 years)



Sunday 24th July


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Saturday tickets cheaper than face value   1 Will_Oldham 110 williamedmonds
Lug 23 2011, 9:59
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Lug 22 2011, 7:56
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  • latenightbus

    Those whining about the organisation should have been at Field Day yesterday, it was a joke. All told at ATP, there was a crowd control system, plenty of bars and organised queue to get in, enough female toilets and decent sound. I'd rather have to queue for food than a wee.

    7 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • Enig

    Godspeed was my main reason for taking the trip to England. And it was awesome. But the experience of Swans live ended up being the highlight of the festival for me, mindblowing.

    29 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Radostiya

    ...some of my photos of this event :)

    28 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • piotr_popup

    Photoreport from IBYM 2011 in London in PopUp The text is in Polish only, but we have large photoset including Portishead, PJ Harvey, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Swans, The Passion Of Joan Of Arc, Alan Moore & Stephen O’Malley, Doom, The Books, Factory Floor, Caribou, Beak>, Helen Money, The London Snorkelling Team, Foot Village, The Telescopes and Liars Hope you'd like it!

    27 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Ojotango

    Ha ha - the crowd traffic system was an absolute joke - I mean fair enough if you want to guide people a certain way, but don't keep changing it! But musically I loved the weekend. Company Flow, Portishead, The Books, Godspeed, Acoustic Ladyland, Grinderman were all fantastic. The only real disappointment was Doom, but you can't have everything.

    27 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • sunheadbowed

    I've never seen so many disabled people and lesbians at one event before.

    27 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • awebapart

    This was our first portishead live performance..what I have to say? They FUCKING ROCK!!! Grinderman is an insane man and we loved him! Hope to see him as soon as possible! Anika disappointed us a lot! A bad performance, get off the stage without any "thank you" to few people which have attended her! Goodspeed were good...I agree with who have written that 'the passion of jouan of arc' was one of the best things of the weekend! Will gregory and adrian utley are pure genius

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • exitsence

    Oh, and Godspeed were really good. Especially when I was like "Oh, I know how that song goes, I listened to this a thousand times when I was in middle school". And suddenly everything could be played in a different way. Sadly, there was too much light, but whatever. Wasn't really sure what to expect from Telescopes, and I was a little shocked about the vocalist's druggy behaviour; everytime he succeeded reaching to the mic, I was sighing. Kinda gave me the blues, but the sound was pretty jivin'. Grinderman were damn fun. O'Malley/Moore didn't impress me musically, but the movie was great. Beach House's Victoria is cute. Caribou's "Sun" was indeed the perfect ending of the event, leaving me in happier condition than EMOTIONAL WRECK after rather sad vibes of Saturday.

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • exitsence

    Swans were fucking incredible. There is a huge difference beetween just fucking around with a guitar making noises and doing a precise, draining wall-of-sound symphony. For me, it was actually about creating a totally new feeling beetween sound and mind (and body; do the giradance). Big words, but seriously, reactivated Swans is the best band I've ever seen live. Not that everyone must appreciate this.

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Vintyr666

    Somebody behind me casually lit up a joint during DOOM's set. Very pleasant.

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • runout_groove

    Joanna Newsom, Thurston Moore, Sebadoh, Sun Ra Arkestra, Mountain Goats & Tall Firs confirmed for Jeff Mangum's ATP Fest! Hot Snakes, Simian Mobile Disco DJs, Violent Soho, The Field, Cults, Matias Aguayo, Pharoah Sanders & Sun Ra Arkestra confirmed for Nightmare Before Christmas curated by Battles, Caribou & Les Savy Fav. Info here:

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • turnaroundfool

    Yeah, the crowd could be quite inconsiderate of acts they weren't there for - something which you absolutely don't get at Minehead. lol at someone saying that because of the organisation they wished they hadn't gone though - was the fucking incredible music not enough to make you glad you went?

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • runout_groove

    Thanks to everyone that attended I'll Be Your Mirror London - this was our first Alexandra Palace fest & we realise there were teething problems, in particular food queues & confusion regarding the crowd traffic system - and we sincerely apologise for that and hope it didn't spoil your enjoyment of what was otherwise a fantastic weekend. We'd love to get your feedback so please follow the link for how to send it:

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • ax-ax

    Don't bend - ascend!

    26 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • mattywuh

    A really enjoyable weekend though I feel a bit like I have been through an endurance test... (There is something to be said for sitting on the grass at a festival rather than between patches of spilt drink.) Still, many amazing moments - Beak> were a pleasant surprise, but Godspeed were probably the stand out performance. Completely forgot how good they were...

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • sunheadbowed

    The Passion of Joan of Arc soundtrack was absolutely fantastic; one of the best things of the weekend. (The fact that it's one of my favourite films did not hurt.) Also Helen Money was a great surprise. I agree with the person below who said it felt like an event where people showed up just to see a certain band, rather than the music obsessive Minehead atmosphere. In particular, I think a lot of people just came for DOOM and Company Flow on Saturday. "(Swans) soon descended into them pissing about with guitar pedals for an hour." <-- LOL

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • bathroomgurgle

    Oh and DD/MM/YYYY were really fun and of course Caribou was a great way to end the weekend. Some gripes - the door system, the lack of food stalls which resulted in ridiculous queues, the price of everything. But music wise it was great and I was worried by it being at Ally Pally, I was pleasantly surprised with it.

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • bathroomgurgle

    Portishead better on the Saturday night, when they were incredible. DOOM was really great fun, but Company Flow were the best hip hop act of the weekend, really awesome. Grinderman were fantastic (a lot better than when I saw them at Primavera). Same applies to PJ Harvey. And of course Godspeed were awesome. Liars didn't suit that stage and the sound was really bad for them. Beach House played the perfect afternoon set.

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • Pixleh-

    I thought Swans were a bit shit. Their first two songs were good, and two of the best songs from the new album, but it soon descended into them pissing about with guitar pedals for an hour. Other than Portishead, who were practically perfect apart from numerous failings of Chase the Tear, Grinderman were probably the standout act. Doom was pretty good, but not amazing. PJ Harvey wasn't really suited to the venue. Liars played well, but the sound was pretty bad. And Beach House were really good, actually. There were a few niggles here and there in terms of the actual event, but I really hope it's on again next year. Certainly beats the thought of Minehead (even though I'd really like to go to one of those one day).

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
  • eraserhead2589

    I was right at the front for swans and had only heard their most recent album (which is more post-rock than noise-rock/drone), so it was a lot louder than I anticipated and most of the people around us had earplugs. As for Portishead, I thought it was a pretty stellar performance- they rightly culled most of their second album in favour of stuff from "Third" and the selections from the first album were all just right, apart from the omission of "strangers" which i think is their best track.

    25 Lug 2011 Rispondi
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