The lineup for the 2002 edition of the U.K.'s All Tomorrow's Parties festival has begun to take shape, with Shellac serving as the musical curators. This year's event will be held April 19-21 and Apri

The lineup for the 2002 edition of the U.K.'s All Tomorrow's Parties festival has begun to take shape, with Shellac serving as the musical curators. This year's event will be held April 19-21 and April 26-28 in Camber Sands, with the same lineup over both weekends. Among the acts confirmed so far are the Breeders, Rachel's, Shipping News, Silkworm, Will Oldham, Low, and Robbie Fulks.

Also set to appear are the Fall, Dianogah, Shannon Wright, Danielson Famile, the New Year, Neurosis, Oxes, the Lonesome Organist, and Mark Robinson.

As previously reported, All Tomorrow's Parties will make its North American debut Oct. 19-21 on the campus of the University of California at Los Angeles. Sonic Youth will curate and perform; other performers include Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Stephen Malkmus, Stereolab, Television, and the Boredoms, among others.

Today (Sept. 18) also sees the release of the compilation album "All Tomorrow's Parties 1.0" (Touch & Go), featuring rare tracks from performers at the 2000 U.K. event such as Yo La Tengo, Autechre, Tortoise, Boards of Canada, and Calexico.