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The Pains of Being Pure At Heart Join 35 Conferette Bill


That headline kind of says it all -- and, gotta say, we're pretty stoked to see

our favorite Jesus & Mary Chain apers

getting tacked on to

this thing

, which, we'll once again remind you, will be taking place in Denton on March 10 - 13.

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After the jump, the full bill, which now boasts 61 names, and, still, no locals, although we expect that to change in the very near future.

The Lineup for 35 Conferette 2011, as has been announced so far:
Big Boi
Local Natives
Gayngs
Dr. Dog
Mavis Staples
Dan Deacon
!!!
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart
Portugal. The Man
Jessica Lea Mayfield
A Place to Bury Strangers
White Denim
Big Freedia
Japanther
Royal Bangs
Damien Jurado
Viva Voce
Colour Revolt
Miami Horror
Pujol
Turbo Fruits
Parts & Labor
Nite Jewel
Kid Koala
Generationals
The Civil Wars
Secret Sisters
Davila 666
The Mumlers
Pterodactyl
How to Dress Well
Dave Smalley
Franz Nicolay
David Dondero
Reading Rainbow
Reggie Watts
Mondo Drag
Houses
No Joy
Dominique Young Unique
Beans
Grass Widow
Delicate Steve
Pictureplane
White Arrows
Constants
Royal Thunder
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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