Anti Social Camp Lineup Announced: Walk the Moon, Moby, Andy Grammer


Andy Grammer, Walk the Moon, Moby, Mike Shinoda, and Grace VanderWaal are among 150 artists and songwriters attending New York City’s. Anti Social CampIt will take place on 12-17 June.

Anti Social Camp, the world’s largest songwriting camp, is free and will include 100 recording sessions as well as a calendar of shows and parties.

The goal is for artists, songwriters and producers to assemble and create hit songs in a limited time frame. Selected songs will be curated for the inaugural Anti Social Camp compilation album, which will be distributed exclusively through music label Amuse.

“When you think of songwriting camps in today’s music industry, most people think of the big labels that sent 10 writers to a castle in the south of France. Anti Social Camp is the first global festival to feature 150 creatives to celebrate the art of collaboration,” the announcement said, calling the event “SWSW for songwriters.”

Marian Hill, Ant Saunders, CID, Pom Pom Squad, Zach Hood, Fresco Trey, AJ Mitchell, Poutyface, Calabasas, as well as X Ambassadors, Cautious Clay, MICHELLE, Kota The Friend, Tenille Arts, Alex Tumay, Thutmose and Wolftyla , Two Feet, Nombe, Tim Atlas, Chandler Leighton, Heather Sommer, AJ Smith, New Rules, Sky Katz, and hit songwriters Sam Hollander (Panic! At The Disco) and Swagg (HER).

Previous Anti Social Camp attendees have included Nile Rodgers, JP Saxe, Rostam of Vampire Weekend, Rob Thomas, Madison McFerrin and Linda Perry.

“This generation knows that magic happens when great artists, songwriters and producers work together to make iconic records,” said Danny Ross, founder of Anti Social Camp. “From Lou Reed to Jay-Z, New York remains a breeding ground for global movements in music. Anti Social Camp is a tool that reminds the music industry of New York’s legacy and its significant talent pool ready to change the game there.”

Walk the Moon frontman Nicholas Petricca added: “Walk the Moon has always experienced New York as an exciting place – ever since we played at legendary little clubs like Pianos and Arlene’s Grocery. Naturally, I’m excited to be back through the city on a creative expedition to make some magic again with Anti Social Camp.”

The exact route of Anti Social Camp 2023 has yet to be announced.

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