Secret Garden Party Announce Second Wave

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Alabama Shakes

Little Dragon, Alabama Shakes, Tim Minchin Lamb, Derrick Morgan & Dennis Alcapone, Holly Golightly, Jodie Marie, Citizens! & many many more announced for Secret Garden Party

The Secret Garden Party is pleased to announce the second wave of artists for 2012:
Great Stage / Where The Wild Things Are / The Crossroads
Caravan Palace 
 Little Dragon - Alabama Shakes – Tim Minchin
Lamb - Derrick Morgan & Dennis Alcapone
Holly Golightly - Jodie Marie - Citizens! 
Marques Toliver - BIGkids – Kate Jackson 
We Were Evergreen - Tom Williams and The Boat
Professor Penguin - Kirsty Almeida
Poppy & The Jezebels - Bird Radio
The Living Room
Charlene Soraia - Mamas Gun
Passenger - Leddra Chapman
Rachel Sermanni - Ethan Ash - Ryan Keen
Sam Gray – Ecki - Tom Copson – Animal Kingdom
The Willows - Dan Clews - Bo Tomas – Cozi
Leo Altareli – Jay Leighton – Lee Mitchell – Evi Vine
Fair & Square – Isobel Anderson - Jodie May
Ellie Lawson - Paul Goodwin - Annie Dressner 
Will Robert - Shellac Collective DJS
The Temple Of Boom 
(Home of all things BASS - curated by Eddy Temple-Morris)
Jacques Lu Conte – Utah Saints
Krafty Kuts & A Skillz with Dynamite MC
Adam F - Scroobius Pip (LIVE) - Niki  & The Dove (LIVE) - Danny Byrd & MC Risky
Mistabishi (LIVE) – Herve - Adam Freeland - Mixhell (LIVE) 
Jon Carter - Get Cape Wear Cape Fly - High Rankin (LIVE) 
True Tiger - Rack & Ruin - Monkey Mafia (LIVE) - TC (LIVE)
Shock One - Freq Nasty  - Wilkinson - EddyTM & Majestic 
Losers (LIVE) - Ayah Marar (LIVE) - Russ Cuban - Cut La Roc
David Dunne - Akira Kiteshi – SkisM – Rednek - Caan (LIVE) 
Engine Earz Experiment (LIVE) - Maribou State – C.R.S.T – Baxta
Afghan Headspin – Pathaan – Effect Mode & Illaman (LIVE) 
2 Bit Thugs - Hiatus And Shura - Kry Wolf - Steve E Something 
Disqo Conqrette - Swifty B - Feeling Gloomy - Rawkus Noize
MCs: Majestic, Krafty MC, Illaman, Bad Manners, MC Gaika
They will be joining…
Edward Sharpe &
The Magnetic Zeros
KT Tunstall – Little Roy
The Jim Jones Revue – King Charles
Jenny O – The Duke Spirit – Vintage Trouble – Soko
Beth Jeans Houghton and The Hooves of Destiny
Hyde & Beast – North Mississippi Allstars Duo
Casio Kids – Pearl and The Beard – Violet - Laurel Collective
Zulu Winter – Baxter Dury – Karima Francis – Juan Zelada
Scanners – Ellen & The Escapades – Legendary Tigerman
Mad Dog Mcrea – Louise and The Pins – Dollar Bill – The Jessie Rose Trip
L.A. Salami – Ahab – Beans on Toast – Ruby & The Rib Cage
Electric Swing Circus – Steve Smyth – Jake Bugg – Grass House
Flap! – The Ladykillers – The Caezars – Brother & Bones
The Pine Hill Haints – Suburban Dirts – Warehouse Republic

Published on 13 March 2012 by Ben Robinson

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