Blip Festival 2007

In case you haven't heard already, this year's Blip Festival begins tomorrow. Here's the lineup, so if you're in the area, make sure to attend!

6955 (Japan)
8GB (Argentina)
Alex Mauer (Philadelphia, PA)
Anamanaguchi (New York, NY)
Bit Shifter (New York, NY)
Blasterhead (Japan)
Bodenständig 2000 (Germany)
Bokusatsu Shoujo Koubou (Japan)
Bubblyfish (New York, NY)
The Depreciation Guild (New York, NY)
Firebrand Boy(Scotland)
Gijs Gieskes (Netherlands)
Glomag (New York, NY)
gwEm (United Kingdom)
Hally (Japan)
Huoratron (Finland)
kiken.corporation (visuals) (Argentina)
Lo-bat. (Belgium)
Loud Objects (New York, NY)
Mark DeNardo (New York, NY)
Markus Schrodt (Austria)
minusbaby (New York, NY)
Neil Voss (New York, NY)
No Carrier (visuals) (Philadelphia, PA)
noteNdo (visuals) (Baltimore, MD)
nrGiga (Italy)
Nullsleep (New York, NY)
Otro (visuals) (France)
Paza (Sweden)
Postal_M@rket (Italy)
Rugar (Sweden)
Sabrepulse (Scotland)
Saskrotch (Chicago, IL)
Tree Wave (Dallas, TX)
Virt (New York, NY)
Voltage Controlled (visuals) (New York, NY)
Yes, Robot (Spain)
+ more to be confirmed

A four-day music and multimedia event taking place in New York City November 29 - December 2, 2007. Focusing on the modern artistic exploration of primitive video game and home computer technology and featuring 40 musicians and visualists from around the world, the Blip Festival showcases artists adopting and repurposing familiar but forgotten hardware - such as the Commodore 64, the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Atari game console and home computer line, and the Nintendo Game Boy - exploring their untapped potential and unique aesthetic character.