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Adds To 35 Conferette: Local Natives, Gayngs, How to Dress Well, Dave Smalley and Others.

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The folks up at the festival formerly known as NX35 have today announced a few more of the acts they plan on hosting in Denton as part of their four-day, pre-SXSW bash in mid-March. And a couple of them are pretty big -- especially if you've been paying any attention to those oh-so-enticing year-end best album lists everyone's putting out these days.

The four adds announced today in a press release issued by the people behind 35 Conferette: Los Angeles-based, harmony- and tribal- obsessed indie rock outfit Local Natives; Minneapolis-based, '80s-aping super-collective Gayngs (which features some 23 musicians in entirety, including Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and rapper P.O.S. -- it's unclear how many and which performers will appear in Denton); Chicago-based lo-fi folk act How to Dress Well; and punk rocker Dave Smalley (of Down by Law and Dog Nasty fame).

(Update: Turns out we forgot to mention these other names listed in the most recent press release: No Joy, Maneja Beto, Hooray For Earth, Drew Andrews & the Spectral Cities, In Tall Buildings, Hosannas.)

Not a bad pull at all, really. No, in all honesty: This thing's shaping up quite nicely. Check the full list of performers after the jump.

35 Conferette 2010 Performers List To Date:
Local Natives
Gayngs
Dr. Dog
Big Freedia
Dan Deacon
White Denim
Mavis Staples
Japanther
Royal Bangs
Damien Jurado
Viva Voce
Colour Revolt
Parts & Labor
Jessica Lea Mayfield
A Place to Bury Strangers
Nite Jewel
Davila 666
The Mumlers
Pterodactyl
How to Dress Well
Dave Smalley
Franz Nicolay
David Dondero
Reading Rainbow
Reggie Watts
Mondo Drag
Houses
No Joy
Maneja Beto
Hooray For Earth
Drew Andrews & the Spectral Cities
In Tall Buildings
Hosannas
Coolrunnings
Mother Falcon
Santah
Now Now Every Children
Atlantic/Pacific
Young Buffalo
Southeast Engine
Sugar & Gold
Yip Deceiver

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