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Menace Beach, Jaakko Eino, Amazing Snakeheads and more set for Best Fit stage at Simple Things 2014

30 September 2014, 11:00 | Written by Paul Bridgewater

Next month's Simple Things festival has revealed full details of its exciting line-up, stage-by stage.

The two day event, which kicks off with an opening party on the 24 October with Caribou and Jessy Lanza, sees the likes of Mogwai, Death From Above 1979, Liars and How To Dress Well lined up alongside some of the best new talent in music. Best Fit will be there with a Colsten Hall Foyer stage that includes Jaako Eino Calvi, Onra, Eaux, Peluche, The Amazing Snakehead, Menace Beach (pictured above), All We Are, Oliver Wilde and The Slow Revolt.

The opening party runs from 8pm-1am on the Friday (24 October) and Saturday's programme runs from midday to 5am the following day at multiple venues across the city centre of Bristol.The full stage-by-stage line up is below.

Colston Hall (Crack Magazine stage)

Mogwai
Liars
Nightmares On Wax
How To Dress Well
Hidden Orchestra
The Fauns

Colsten Hall Foyer (Best Fit stage)

Amazing Snakeheads
Menace Beach
All We Are
Oliver Wilde
Jaakko Eino
Onra
Eaux
Peluche
The Slow Revolt

O2 Academy (Clash Magazine stage)

Death From Above 1979
Black Lips
Turbowolf
Greys
Idles

The Lantern (Invada Records stage)

The Haxan Cloak
Cuts
Thought Forms
Eagulls
God Damn
Esben & The Witch
Scarlet Rascal

Terrace (Pardon My French stage)

Very Special Guest
Christophe
Seka
Twin Picks
Pardon My French

Shapes - Courtyard

DVS1
DJ October
Shapes DJs

Lakota 1 - Hyperdub

Kode 9
Laurel Halo
Scratcha DVA
Cooly G

Lakota 2 - LIES

Ron Morelli
Svengalisghost
Terekke

Lakota 3 - Stamp The Wax

Damiano von Erckert
Admin
Seka
T.Wiltshire
Stamp The Wax DJs

Coroners Court 1

TBA

Coroners Court 2 - Studio 89

DJ Sprinkles
Max Graf
Owain K
Studio 89 DJs

The Firestation - RBMA

TBA

Tickets are still available for the event via Crack Magazine.

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