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Austin Psych Fest 2013 reveals preliminary lineup

on November 13, 2012, 8:57pm

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Austin Psych Fest has revealed its preliminary lineup for 2013 and notable acts include Deerhunter, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Warpaint The Black Angels, Tinariwen, Clinic, The King Khan & BBQ Show, DIIV, Boris, White Fence, Acid Mothers Temple, Black Mountain, Man or Astroman?, and Spectrum.

The festival runs April 26-28th, 2013 at Carson Creek Ranch. Weekend passes are currently available via the festival’s website. Stay tuned to Consequence of Sound and Festival Outlook for additional lineup news and more.


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February 8, 2013 at 4:05 am

I’ve been to 3 of them , and they’ve all been fun, but the one in a power plant had some major sound issues. it does keep getting bigger, maybe getting close to too big. the last 2 I only caught one night
cuz festivals ain’t cheap, but I never felt cheated, thats a lot of
bands. This year there is a camping option, which sounds like a fun and
cheap way to lodge… but they expect 60$ a person, and campers must
have the (180$) 3 day pass……. I think 60$ a tent would be fair, but this is ridiculous. if you go with a group, it makes camping far more expensive then a nice hotel room. I’d really love to see OM, Man Or Astroman, Deerhunter, Gary War, The Laurels, White Fence
and Boris, and I’m curious what geezers like the Sidewalks and
Kaliedoscope can do, but it may be out of the question for me at that
price. if I could camp out with friends at a reasonable price and avoid
driving around town wasted I’d be all for it, but I’ll probably skip it this year.

November 16, 2012 at 12:39 pm

hey I live in DC (former home of Dead Meadow), been following these bands for years now.

a bit skeptically of what this will be like ‘outdoors’, I’m not a big
fan of crowded outdoor festivals and I know many of these bands benefit
from the darker indoor atmosphere (lighting, effects ect)

Thoughts from long time / first year attendees?

Is Psych Fest on its way to being overexposed?


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