Look Alive Fest Announced for Basel 2013 With Wolf Eyes, Indian Jewelry, Ten Others

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"Radically different from what's happening on the beach."

That's the ballsy tagline for the inaugural, newly announced Look Alive Fest. And we here at Crossfade can only respond, "Whoa! Yeah! No shit!"

Curatorially slammed together by Miami's Spilt Milk Projects, Brooklyn's Ad Hoc, and Wynwood's Gramps, these "two nights of underground music and art," headlined by beasty Detroit noise-rock band Wolf Eyes and Houston psych crew Indian Jewelry, will be going down on December 6 and 7 at Churchill's Pub and Gramps.

The fest will also feature another ten other crews, including South Florida's own Teepee, Cop City/Chill Pillars, Lil Daggers, and Nerve City. So again, we gotta say, "Whoa! Yeah! No shit!"

Just check the cut for Look Alive Fest's full lineup and schedule.

See also: Wolf Eyes' John Olson Says Noise Music Is Over: "Completely, 100 Percent"

Look Alive Fest Lineup and Schedule

Friday, December 6

-Wolf Eyes (Detroit)

-Guardian Alien (Brooklyn)

-Rubber O Cement (Bay Area)

-Chronic Youth (Gainesville)

-Teepee (Miami)

-Cop City/Chill Pillars (West Palm Beach)

Saturday, December 7

-Indian Jewelry (Houston)

-Pontiak (Virginia)

-White Mystery (Chicago)

-The Wiggins (Houston)

-Lil Daggers (Miami)

-Nerve City (Miami)

Look Alive Fest, Day One. Friday, December 6. Churchill's Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. Admission costs $10. Complimentary Beck's beer is available to the first 100 guests with proper ID. Visit lookalivefest.com.

Look Alive Fest, Day Two. Saturday, December 7. Gramps, 176 NW 24th St., Miami. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. Admission is free before 10 p.m. with RSVP via lookalivefest.com/rsvp_2013. Visit lookalivefest.com.

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