All Tomorrow's Parties, the wildly eclectic record geek bacchanal, had their first outing in New York City in the festival's 12-year history over the weekend.

1.The Afghan Whigs

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All Tomorrow's Parties, the wildly eclectic record geek bacchanal, had their first outing in New York City in the festival's 12-year history over the weekend. Guest curators the Afghan Whigs enlisted Frank Ocean and the Roots; Philip Glass and Tyondai Braxton debuted a blissful collabo; Godspeed You! Black Emperor destroyed everyone's eardrums; and exhausted concertgoers plopped on pillows to watch Spinal Tap in the hull of a paddleboat. Check out our gallery of this unlikely, magical event.

2.The Afghan Whigs

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All Tomorrow's Parties, the wildly eclectic record geek bacchanal, had their first outing in New York City in the festival's 12-year history over the weekend. Guest curators the Afghan Whigs enlisted Frank Ocean and the Roots; Philip Glass and Tyondai Braxton debuted a blissful collabo; Godspeed You! Black Emperor destroyed everyone's eardrums; and exhausted concertgoers plopped on pillows to watch Spinal Tap in the hull of a paddleboat. Check out our gallery of this unlikely, magical event.

3.The Afghan Whigs

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4.Frank Ocean

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5.Godspeed You! Black Emperor

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6.Philip Glass and Tyondai Braxton

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7.The Roots

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8.Dirty Three

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9.Lightning Bolt

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10.Charles Bradley

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11.ATP vs. the Fans

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12.Janeane Garofalo

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13.Quintron and Miss Pussycat

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14.JEFF the Brotherhood

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15.A brief but notable rainstorm

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16.Thee Oh Sees

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17.ATP 2010 curator Jim Jarmusch and the Queen of Hearts

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18.Emeralds

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19.Hannibal Buress

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20.The Queen of Hearts

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21.Mark Lanegan

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22.The Magic Band

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23.Afterhours

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24.Autolux

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25.ATP vs. the Fans

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26.The Manhattan Bridge

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