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  1. I don't really see Gaga headlining but at the moment there's no one I can really see as the third headliner, and with the hints that she'll be playing I went with her (don't see her subbing). Friday: Pyramid: Radiohead / Royal Blood / Jamie T / The Roots / HAIM / Blossoms / Kate Tempest Other: Major Lazer / Boy Better Know / M.I.A. / Wild Beasts / Courtney Barnett / The Shins / Peter Doherty / Feeder / Ocean Colour Scene West Holts: Damian Marley / Empire of the Sun / Blood Orange / Gallant John Peel: Courteeners / Twin Atlantic / Everything Everything / White Lies / The Temper Trap / Arcane Roots / Fat White Family / Hooton Tennis Club Park: Crystal Fighters / Teenage Fanclub / Local Natives / Anohni / Mitski / Shura / Whitney / The Parrots Saturday: Pyramid: Ed Sheeran / alt-J / Barry Gibb / Kaiser Chiefs / Clean Bandit / Stormzy / Seasick Steve Other: The xx / Primal Scream / You Me at Six / Die Antwoord / The Divine Comedy / Lianne La Havas / Banks / Metric / DMA's West Holts: Justice / Four Tet / Netsky / MØ John Peel: The Flaming Lips / Crystal Castles / of Montreal / Azealia Banks / Sleigh Bells / Parquet Courts / King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard / TOY Park: Warpaint / Grandaddy / Reginna Spektor / Sleaford Mods / Poliça / Preoccupations / Temples / Merchandise / Honeyblood Sunday: Pyramid: Lady Gaga / Elbow / Emeli Sande / Diana Ross / Future Islands / Christine and the Queens / Goat Other: Bon Iver / The National / Fleet Foxes / Slaves / The Kills / Cage the Elephant / Rat Boy / Spring King / Foy Vance West Holts: Kraftwerk / The Avalanches / Anderson .Paak / Solange John Peel: First Aid Kit / The Naked and Famous / Glass Animals / Wiley / James Vincent McMorrow / Rag'n'Bone Man / DIIV / The Wytches Park: Flume / Grizzly Bear / Real Estate / Lucy Rose / Villagers / Angel Olson / Agnes Obel / The Big Moon
  2. To be fair I do enjoy them sober and on record, but as said above their music is quote samey.
  3. Nah they're decent. Saw them at Glasto this year and think I enjoyed it but I was totally gone by then and don't really remember it.
  4. Not totally sure on the order and I'm still not sure how the AMSP tracks compare but I feel like Decks Dark should be in there somewhere... 1. Let Down 2. The Bends 3. How to Disappear Completely 4. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi 5. 2+2=5 6. Reckoner 7. Nude 8. Fake Plastic Trees 9. Paranoid Android 10. A Wolf at the Door/The Daily Mail/Everything in its Right Place/Jigsaw Falling Into Place
  5. Was the highlight of their Lolla Berlin set this Summer for me.
  6. I don't see why Radiohead would be able to choose their sub. They're no bigger than half the acts who headline the festival and I don't think they choose their subs anywhere else, do they? Did they choose their subs in 2003? They're hardly The Rolling Stones, to whom Glasto would probably give in to any realistic demands they made.
  7. The Stone Roses, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Kendrick Lamar (if he is indeed headlining Coachella), Beyoncé, U2, other random returners like Paul McCartney, probably some more I've forgotten before you move onto the likes of KOL. Edit: but it's obviously gonna be Sheeran and the Roses
  8. I think it'll be Elbow or Royal Blood. Want it to be any of Bon Iver, The National, Frank Ocean, Nick Cave or Kendrick Lamar.
  9. One slot down and the lineup's 100x better than this year's so far. Announce the Roses as Sunday headliners next and I'll put it at 200x better. Muse and Coldplay to Radiohead and The Stone Roses. Can't complain, can you?
  10. Yeah it's a perfect fit tbh.
  11. New alt-J coming in January, so that's another to add to the disappointing-options-for-Pyramid-subs-or-Other-headliners-deacreasing-the-chances-of-something-great-like-Frank-Ocean-or-Nick-Cave-or-The-National, along with Elbow, Royal Blood and Paolo Nutini.
  12. Major Lazer as a co-headliner. Although if alt-J are back in the mix now I can see something along the lines of: Royal Blood/alt-J // Jamie T // Wolf Alice You Me at Six Kasabian // Major Lazer // Catfish and the Bottlemen // Run the Jewels Flume Bring Me The Horizon // A Day To Remember // Twenty One Pilots // Enter Shikari Skepta
  13. Has anyone ever realised that people making claims of Radiohead fans being unaccepting, pretentious w*nkers is actually a massively more regular occurrence than Radiohead fans actually bring unaccepting, pretentious w*nkers?
  14. Leeds 2011 I didn't know any National songs (although I recognised Fake Empire) and I thought they were brilliant, and that gig made me a huge fan. Although half the crowd were sat down/chatting through it. Seen them once since then and they were brilliant again (this time subbing Green Day at a festival (thankfully Sigur Rós were on whilst Green Day were)). I'd love them to sub the Pyramid but I don't think they will - Other subs for me if they play. This talk reminds me I haven't listened to The National in ages. In terms of lists I honestly can't separate Alligator/Boxer/High Violet, and Trouble Will Find Me isn't far behind those three. In terms of their best tunes - Karen, Lit Up, Mr November, Fake Empire, Slow Show, Apartment Story, Bloodbuzz Ohio, Conversation 16, England, Pink Rabbits. God I forgot how good they are. The other week my mate put Bloodbuzz Ohio on at a party when a few of us were sat in my room feeling a little worse for wear towards the end of the night and it's probably the first time I've heard then in like a year. I was so happy when I heard it; I'd completely forgotten about them. It was my best mate from school who I see maybe like twice a year now and The National were one of our shared loves so it was nice and cute.
  15. Bon Iver init. Game doesn't really work when we don't actually have any lineup.