Ty Segall, Dum Dum Girls, Astronautalis and More will Play Spillover Music Festival 2014

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Spillover Music Festival, Parade of Flesh's annual festival featuring of some of the best bands at SXSW with 1000% less nonsense to deal with, has just announced the first portion of its 2014 lineup. Featured bands include pop shit-starter Ty Segall, Sup Pop's Dum Dum Girls, Minneapolis rapper Astronautalis and plenty more. The full list is below.

After a year at Sandbar Cantina, Spillover returns to Club Dada this year on Sunday, March 16. Tickets are $19.99 in advance, which is also approximately 1000% less than SXSW.

Here's the first round of announcements, from Parade of Flesh:

TY SEGALL- Drag City/San Francisco & DUM DUM GIRLS - Sub Pop/Los Angeles ASTRONAUTALIS - Minneapolis BLOUSE - Captured Tracks/Portland CEREBRAL BALLZY - Cult Records/ Brooklyn The COATHANGERS - Suicide Squeeze/Atlanta DIARRHEA PLANET - Infinity Cat/Nashville NOTHING - Relapse/Philadelphia SON Of STAN - Wizardvizion/Los Angeles RADKEY - St. Joseph, Missouri UPSET - Don Giovanni/LA - mem. of Vivian Girls, Best Coast & Hole WEEKEND - Slumberland/Brooklyn MORE TBA...

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