Via Billboard:

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 Kutsher’s in Monticello, NY and Asbury Park, NJ. There, with the help of co-curators like Portishead and film director Jim Jarmusch, Hogan was able to put on 24/7 immersive independent music experience with music ranging from the Stooges to EPMD to My Bloody Valentine to Jeff Mangum. Biz spoke with ATP‘s founder/impresario about the venue switch, landing Frank Ocean, Greg Dulli’s curation skills, how to reunite bands like My Bloody Valentine, the Make-Up and Slint, his festival finances and those tough New York City crowds.

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