35 Conferette Adds Miami Horror, Turbo Fruits, Pujol and Eight Others To Growing 2011 Lineup

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Things are getting down to the nitty gritty for the folks up at Denton's 35 Conferette. The fest, formerly called NX35, has made some big announcements on the performer front in the past few weeks, but, sitting just 10 weeks away from its 2011 launch, the festival's yet to announce its full lineup.

Today, though, 35 Conferette's organizers have taken some major steps towards that end, announcing another round of 11 performers who have been added to the 2011 bill.

And they are? Australian electro-pop act and noted Neon Indian collaborator Miami Horror, Nashville-based garage rockers Turbo Fruits and Pujol, San Francisco's all-female Grass Widow outfit, Atlanta hard rock act Roya Thunder, New York hip-hop act Beans, Tampa rap act Dominique Young Unique, New Jersey indie-popper Delicate Steve, Denver house act Pictureplane, Los Angeles electronic outfit White Arrows, and Boston-based post-rock collective Constants.

Get your wristbands here, and, after the jump, check out the up-to-date list of confirmed performers at this year's deal.

The Lineup for 35 Conferette 2011, as has been announced so far:
Big Boi
Local Natives
Dr. Dog
Mavis Staples
Dan Deacon
Portugal. The Man
Jessica Lea Mayfield
A Place to Bury Strangers
White Denim
Big Freedia
Royal Bangs
Damien Jurado
Viva Voce
Colour Revolt
Miami Horror
Turbo Fruits
Parts & Labor
Nite Jewel
Kid Koala
The Civil Wars
Secret Sisters
Davila 666
The Mumlers
How to Dress Well
Dave Smalley
Franz Nicolay
David Dondero
Reading Rainbow
Reggie Watts
Mondo Drag
No Joy
Dominique Young Unique
Grass Widow
Delicate Steve
White Arrows
Royal Thunder
Maneja Beto
Hooray For Earth
Drew Andrews & the Spectral Cities
In Tall Buildings
Mother Falcon
Now Now Every Children
Young Buffalo
Southeast Engine
Sugar & Gold
Yip Deceiver

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