Semibreve (a three day festival hosted in the city of Braga, Portugal) has announced the first handful of names that will head to their 2016 event.

Heading for its sixth edition, Semibreve has so far revealed just a few names that will play this October. First up, Andy Stott is booked in for a performance of his latest album, Too Many Voices. Joining him will be Paul Jebanasam, who presents his ‘Continuum’ audio-visual project alongside Dutch artist Tarik Barri. The final addition is Ron Morelli, who offers a DJ set as well as his first ever live performance, which is set to be “an immersive sound experience with a punk attitude,” and “primarily a beatless experience.”

The event takes place across Braga, at venues including the historic Theatro Circo, the restored 18th century building Casa Rolão and the cutting-edge contemporary venue GNRation.

Tickets are on sale for Semibreve now, with a limited number of €25 passes until the end of June. For more info, head to the festival’s site.