Austin Psych Fest 2013 Lineup: Moving Sidewalks, Roky Erickson and More Added

Austin Psych Fest has long been a breeding ground for weird guitar sounds from up and comers and legends alike. This year's fest, already possessed of a fairly impressive lineup, has a few fairly major developments for us today: There will be camping for the first time at Carson Creek Ranch. And entertaining you while you do whatever it is you want because you don't have to drive anywhere is a slew of newly announced bands. Starting with The Moving Sidewalks -- a legendary Texas psych band from the '60s. This is one of only two announced shows the freshly reunited band has in the U.S. Other bands announced today include Roky Erickson, Os Mutantes, The Raveonettes and Om. The full list is below.

The Fest, now in its sixth year, will take place from April 26 to 28, at Carson Creek Ranch in Austin. Tickets are $60 for a one-day pass or $150 for the weekend -- camping passes are an additional $60.

Bands added to Austin Psych Fest on 2/5/13: The Moving Sidewalks Os Mutantes Roky Erickson The Raveonettes Om Silver Apples Kaleidescope Tamaryn Suuns Besnard Lakes Indian Jewelry Night Beats Young Magic Wall of Death Holy Wave Ride Into The Sun Hearts in Space

Already announced lineup: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club * The Black Angels * Deerhunter * Tinariwen * Clinic * Warpaint * Black Mountain * Boris * Spectrum * Man Or Astroman? * The King Khan & Bbq Show * The Growlers * Acid Mothers Temple * Quintron & Miss Pussycat * The Soft Moon * White Fence * Diiv * Dead Skeletons * The Warlocks * Vietnam * Goat * Black Bananas * The Black Ryder * Lumerians * Elephant Stone * The Laurels * Gary War * Woodsman * The Cult Of Dom Keller * Golden Animals * Holydrug Couple * Vinyl Williams * Ttotals * Dreamtime

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