Barry Hogan

  1. Portishead, Interpol Confirmed For ATP’s Iceland Fest

    January 07, 2014 3:20 AM EST Portishead and Interpol are the first headliners confirmed to All Tomorrow’s Parties’ 2014 edition in Iceland.  This year’s July 10-12 event takes place at Ásbrú, the former NATO base in Keflavík, which is 30 minutes from the capital Reykjavík. AT ...

  2. ATP's Barry Hogan on His NYC Festival Debut, Landing Frank Ocean, Greg Dulli's Curating, Finances

    September 20, 2012 2:25 PM EDT The poster for NYC's first ATP I'll Be Your Mirror music festival This weekend's ATP's "I'll Be Your Mirror" music festival marks its NYC debut after holding it for the past four years at out-of-town locales Kuts ...

  3. ATP's 'I'll Be Your Mirror' 2012 Relocating To NYC From Asbury Park, NJ

    July 13, 2012 12:23 PM EDT ATP Concerts today announced that its Sept. 2012 'I'll Be Your Mirror' festival co-curated by Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli originally slated for Asbury Park, New Jersey is relocating the event to Pier 36 in Manhattan. A post on the ...

  4. Exclusive: Frenchkiss Label Group Announces First Distributed Labels: ATP, White Iris, Underwater Peoples, More

    May 09, 2012 8:00 AM EDT Frenchkiss, which announced the formation of the Frenchkiss Label Group earlier this year, has announced the first nine labels joining the fold: ATP Recordings, Cavity Search, Cult, God Mode, Holiday Friends, JAXART, Pendu Sound, Underwater People ...

  5. ATP's Barry Hogan Q&A: The Glory of Asbury Park, Booking Jeff Magnum, Johnny Cash's Hotel

    September 30, 2011 8:30 AM EDT All Tomorrow's Promoter: ATP Barry Hogan will present ATP in Asbury Park, NJ this weekend while staying in Johnny Cash's Hotel Suite From Led Zeppelin, Johnny Cash and of course Bruce Springsteen (as well as the Marx Brothers), the beach ...

  6. 6 Questions: All Tomorrow's Parties Founder Barry Hogan

    August 26, 2009 12:00 AM EDT While big, splashy festivals struggle and fold, All Tomorrow's Parties has continued to build momentum by staying small and focusing on left-of-center artists. Attending the festivals, which have been held in the United Kingdom, Australia and ...

  7. Cave Curates All Tomorrow’s Parties Aus Fest

    September 30, 2008 12:00 AM EDT Australia’s busy festivals circuit has a new player on the scene. The All Tomorrow’s Parties brand will debut in three Australian regions for the upcoming southern summer season, organizers said today. Home-grown alternative rock act Nick Cave the ...