Real Cool Time: Photos From ATP Iceland 2013

  • Photo by: Matthew Eisman

Last weekend, tireless alt-festival outlaws All Tomorrow's Parties held the inaugural ATP Iceland, a two-day fest at Ásbrú, a former NATO base in Keflavík. Bands came from around the world — Thurston Moore's Chelsea Light Moving, the Fall, and the first Icelandic appearance of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds since 1986 — to join Icelandic indie icons like Múm and Botnleðja. Here are some pics from two days of peace, love, and a day of films curated by Tilda Swinton.

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  • 1 Paperwhite — Pieces " 03:58
  • 2 Michael Rault — Nothing Means Nothing " 02:56
  • 3 Gold Beach — Impressions " 04:32
  • 4 GENUFLEX — The Last Gods (Mark Stewart And Rambone Remix) " 05:13
  • 5 Sleigh Bells — That Did It Feat. Tink " 02:41
  • 6 Monster Rally & Jay Stone — Recollection " 02:10
  • 7 Little Boots — Pretty Tough " 03:18

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