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Atari Teenage Riot premieres new album live this year. First shows announced!
ATARI TEENAGE RIOT
Presented by DIM MAK
12.05.2011 GB-London, Forum (with The Big Pink DJ Set & Kap Bambino!!!)
13.05.2011 GB-Bristol, The Fleece
14.05.2011 GB-Camber Sands, Bang Face Weekender
15.05.2011 FR-Paris, Maroquinerie
16.05.2011 NL-Amsterdam, Paradiso (with Kap Bambino!!!)
19.05.2011 IT-Roma, Alpheus
20.05.2011 IT-Milano, LAP – Lambretto Art Project
21.05.2011 CH-Winterthur, Salzhaus
01.06.2011 AT-Graz, Springfestival
16.07.2011 DE-Gräfenhainichen, Melt Festival
22.07.2011 PL-Bolkow, Castle Party
29.07.2011 JP-Yuzawa, Niigata, Fuji Rock Festival ’11
30.07.2011 JP-Yuzawa, Niigata, Fuji Rock Festival ’11
31.07.2011 JP-Yuzawa, Niigata, Fuji Rock Festival ’11
13.08.2011 DE-Hildesheim, Mera Luna Festival
14.08.2011 DE-Hildesheim, Mera Luna Festival
…more dates to come.
More info on http://www.atari-teenage-riot.com
Steve Aoki’s Asia dates from July to Dec 2010.
– Summer Sonic Festival in Tokyo August 2010
– Luxy Club in Taiwan Nov 2010
– Playground Festival in Jakarta December 2010 (DIM MAK STAGE)
Cameos by Busy P from Ed Banger Records, Mark Hunter aka Cobrasnake, Angger Dimas, Motor, Mylo, So Me, DJ Mehdi, Fafi, Brodinski, Yone, Kiri from Revolver, Atari Teenage Riot, Yiling from Neu Store.
If you havent seen the first video click HERE.
From the magazine:
Atari Teenage Riot’s decision to reform this year could not have arrived at a more opportune time, with a rise in conservatisim occurring not only in the UK and Germany, but all throughout Europe. In this climate we need bands like ATR reminding us that it’s necessary to lash out against the system sometimes. However, this is ATR Mk.II. Only Alec Empire remains from their original incarnation, but it’s like those golden times were just yesterday for him tonight. Inciting the crowd into near-riots, he’s an inimitable frontman, his every utterance laced with indignation, even if he does keep the political polemic to a minimum. Taking over duties for Hanin Elias and Carl Crack are Nic Endo and CX KiDTRONiK respectively, with Endo undoubtedly being the dominant force of the two. She’s icily imposing and possesses a scream that could start a war, but thankfully tonight she is content simply with winning over a sceptical crowd. Despite the protests of a few older fans, the new incarnantion are warmly welcomed with pitting and dancing alike, ‘No Remorse (I Wanna Die)’ and ‘Atari Teenage Riot’ inciting levels of frenzy hitherto unseen in this venue. Seizure-inducing levels of strobe lighting are joined by breakbeats, jungle, drum’n’bass and caustic guitar samples at every turn, providing enough variety and energy to prove that this is no mere nostalgia trip for them, this is a return to arms. They’re not the same band that baited censors or incited riots in the 90’s, but their message has remained intact and that’s what we really need from them. – David Bowes