New additions include Tim Hecker, Deena Abdelwahed, Safety Trance and more.
Rewire has completed its lineup for 2023, announcing 58 new artists and projects to join the festival at The Hague between April 6 – 9.
New additions to the lineup include Alto Arc (comprised of Deafhaven’s George Clarke, Danny L Harle, Hundred Waters’ Trayer Tryon and make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench), Tim Hecker and Vincent de Belleval, Peter Zummo and KAKUHAN, Matthew Herbert and Julian Sartorius, The Paper Ensemble and Ale Hop, and a number of others.
These artists and performances join Rewire’s previously announced lineup, which includes Fever Ray, Kelela, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Rainy Miller, Rachika Nayar, and more.
Rewire 2022 saw performances from former Crack Magazine’s former cover stars Jenny Hval and Blackhaine. In our review of last years edition, we said: “The line-up is diverse and genre-crossing – the only common thread being a commitment to experimentalism and creativity across the board. In stark contrast to the summer’s festivals, where who’s playing is often less important than which friends are going, at Rewire the focus is unflinchingly on the music.” Rewire 2023 will be the second live edition of the festival following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.”
You can buy tickets and see the full lineup for Rewire 2023 at the festival’s website.
Listen to Ale Hop’s Crack Mix below.