The Hague event has announced its first wave of acts.
James Holden will play this year's Rewire Festival in The Hague, taking place November 7th and 8th.
Rewire debuted in 2011, and past editions have seen a few dozen artists touch down for slots at a number of inner city locations. As in years past, 2014 will see a combination of experimental and dance floor-friendly names play. Topping the bill is a live set by Border Community head and UK favourite James Holden, who will be backed up by a drummer and saxophonist. Henrik Schwarz & Nik Bärtsch will also play live. Other names so far include saxophonist Colin Stetson, Swedish ambient duo Hydras Dream and the local Von Nohrfeldt Ensemble. Alongside the music programme, visual arts will have a big presence, but details on that are yet to be announced.