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All Tomorrow's Parties 2012: Live photos (SLIDE SHOW)

Frank Ocean, Philip Glass and Tyondai Braxton jammed out at ATP's I'll Be Your Mirror Festival 2012 on the Lower East Side.

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Photograph: Loren Wohl
ATP at Pier 36
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ATP at Pier 36
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ATP at Pier 36
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ATP at Pier 36
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
Phillip Glass and Tyondai Braxton at ATP
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
Tyondai Braxton at ATP
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
Tyondai Braxton at ATP
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
Phillip Glass at ATP
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
Phillip Glass at ATP
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ATP at Pier 36
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
Phillip Glass and Tyondai Braxton at ATP
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Photograph: Loren Wohl
ATP at Pier 36
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP
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Frank Ocean at ATP

The New York edition of U.K. festival mainstay All Tomorrow's Parties may have managed to find a permanent home at last, at Pier 36 on the Lower East Side. Curated by Afghan Whigs frontman Greg Dulli, the fifth edition of the fest—this year titled ATP: I'll Be Your Mirror—was as cozy as it was lively. Day One's lineup on Friday, September 21 (above) was typically impressive, featuring a composer collaboration between Philip Glass and Tyondai Braxton, plus Rhode Island noise-rock duo Lightning Bolt. R&B mastermind Frank Ocean took the top slot; resplendent in his signature red-and-white headband, he performed from his super buzzed debut, Channel Orange, tossing a couple of faves from last year's mixtape Nostalgia, Ultra into the mix. Day three highlights (below) included the Album Leaf, Hot Snakes and the Lee Renaldo Band. TONY photographers Loren Wohl and Ben Oxenburg captured the indie blowout.

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