NX35 Releases Preliminary List of Performers

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There's a nice little write-up in this morning's Denton Record-Chronicle about last week's NX35 volunteer get-together at Dan's Silverleaf.

But, if we're being completely honest, it's not so much the article as it is the accompanying sidebar that's got our attention. Why's that? Ah: The piece includes a list of the 123 act that, at this point, have been confirmed to play the fest.

So far, it's a pretty local-heavy deal, no shocker there. But there are some interesting out-of-town names to go alongside the already-revealed names of The Flaming Lips and Stardeath and White Dwarfs. Among them? The Black Angels, Colourmusic, Mothfight!, Ola Podrida, Quiet Company, Unwed Sailor and White Drugs.

Check the whole list after the jump.

A Shoreline Dream (Denver)
A.M. Ramblers
Andrew Tinker
Autumn Owls (Dublin)
Baruch the Scribe
BigBang (Los Angeles/Oslo)
Birds & Batteries (San Francisco)
Boxcar Bandits
Br'er (Asheville, NC/Philadelphia)
Bridges & Blinking Lights
Burywood (Austin)
Caleb Ian Campbell
Claire Morales
Colourmusic (Piedmont, OK)
Cocky Americans (Dallas)
Daniel Folmer
Dan Montgomery (Memphis)
Dear Human
Delmore Pilcrow
Dim Locator
Doug Gillard (NYC)
Drug Mountain (Fort Worth)
Dust Congress
Eaton Lake Tonics (Fort Worth)
Feathers (Miami)
FELILI (Brooklyn)
Fox and the Bird (Richardson)
Frontier Ruckus (Michigan)
Galapaghost (Queens, NY)
Giggle Party (Dallas)
GioSafari (NYC)
Grandfather Child (Houston)
Green Corn Revival (Weatherford, OK)
Guitar George Trio (Sanger)
Har Herrar (Fort Worth)
Here Holy Spain
hotel hotel (Austin)
I-45 (Houston)
Icarus Himself (Madison, Wisconsin)
Jacob Metcalf (Dallas)
Jenn Gooch
Jessie Frye (DFW)
Joe Gideon & The Shark (London)
Jupiter One (NYC)
Lane & Paul
Lazy Native
Little Birds (McKinney)
Manned Missiles
Matthew and the Arrogant Sea
Moth Fight (Austin)
Museum Creatures
Natalia Mallo (São Paulo, Brazil)
Native Lights (Tulsa, OK)
New Science Projects
Nicholas Altobelli (Dallas)
OK Sweetheart
Ola Podrida (Austin)
Orange Peel Sunshine (Dallas)
Pattern is Movement (Philadelphia)
Paul Benjaman Band (Tulsa, OK)
Pinebox Serenade
Quiet Company (Austin)
Record Hop
Robert Gomez
Robot Arm
Roy Robertson
Sarah Jaffe
Sarah Reddington (Denton/Portland)
Sarah Renfro (Brooklyn)
Savage and the Big Beat
Sleep Whale
Small Time Ruffians
Smile Smile (Dallas)
Sore Losers
Spooky Folk
Stardeath and White Dwarfs (Oklahoma City)
Strangers Family Band (Orlando)
Summer of Glaciers (San Francisco)
The Angelus
The Black Angels (Austin)
The Bizarro Kids
The Contingency Clause
the cut*off (Fort Worth)
The Daily Beat
The Demigs
The Diamond Center (Richmond, VA)
The Fieros (Brooklyn)
The Flaming Lips (Oklahoma City)
The Hand Combine
The Hope Trust
The Jakeys
The Laughing (Austin)
The Low Lows
The Naptime Shake (Dallas)
The Phuss (Fort Worth)
The River Mouth
The Rocketboys (Austin)
The Slow Burners
The Virgin Wolves (NTX)
The Wellington Lights
This Old House
Thunder Power (Omaha)
Tre Orsi
Trespassers William (Seattle)
Unwed Sailor (Tulsa)
Via Audio (New York/Boston)
Warren Jackson Hearne and the Merrie Murdre of Gloomadeers
Welcome Signs
Western Giants
White Drugs (Los Angeles)
Young and Brave
Zlam Dunk - (San Marcos)
Zorch (Austin)

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