The bill for Dutch festival Rewire continues to expand.
A host of new additions have been announced, with Julia Holter the biggest name in an impressive batch. With recent album Loud City Song earning similarly ecstatic write-ups as her exceptional Tragedy/Ekstasis one-two, the L.A. artist is on a fast-accelerating roll, and her immaculately conceived chamber-pop should prove a reliable highlight. Border Community feller Nathan Fake will be showcasing his sun-dazzled electronica, and bonkers boogie-prog producer Space Dimension Controller will be sharing his dispatches from Mikrosector-50.
Further new additions include day-glo house producer Lone, the ever-fascinating Old Apparatus collective, tricksy situationist James Ferraro, and Bad Company legend dBridge, plus Iceage, The KVB, Black Marble and Lucrecia Dalt.
They join the likes of Holly Herndon, Fennesz, Baths, Ricardo Villalobos, Moritz Von Oswald and Stellar OM Source. Rewire takes place on November 8 and November 9 in The Hague. For more information and tickets, head here.