Portugal's Semibreve Festival, one of Europe's best and most progressive boutique music festivals, has just announced further additions to its line-up for the 2014 edition. Stockholm's Roll The Dice, a duo who conjure synth landscapes that hark back to early electronica, and Karen Gwyer, who'll be joined by video artist Maria Monica for a specially commissioned performance, will join producer patten, Modern Love's occult duo Demdike Stare, and Japanese installation artist Ryochi Kurokawa in Braga in October.

Organisers have also added a first ever Club Night to this years program, in collaboration with GNRATION, a local creative hub, and two revered figures in electronic music are already confirmed; Sensate Focus, the dance-floor alias of Mark Fell, and Miles, the side project of Miles Whittaker from Demdike Stare, have both enrolled to play the club night. With such a diverse and exciting line-up, and all for just €25, the 2014 edition is shaping up to be the best yet.

Semibreve 2014 takes place between the 10th and 12th October, in the city of Braga. Tickets are on sale now.