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Whittick last won the day on April 10 2012

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  1. Would really appreciate it if someone pm'd me the leak as well haha
  2. Muse, YM@6, Catfish, Metronomy, PVRIS, Blossoms, Jamie T, Moose Blood, DJ Hazard
  3. Phil Collins for the legend slot?
  4. Not sure if there is a thread yet, but surely Eavis should be looking at getting the Avalanches in for Glasto 2017. Released their first album in (I think) 16 years, and it is fantastic (as all their stuff is), I would be gutted if they weren't booked
  5. Friday: YM@6/Alt-J (UK exclusive) or maybe Royal Blood Enter Shikari Twin Atlantic NME Stage: Stormzy (let's face it, he'd go down very well with current demographics) Saturday: Kasabian ADTR The Pretty Reckless NME Stage: Jamie xx or Metronomy, Glass Animals subbing or third from top depending on the public reception to their new album reception Sunday: Drake (I know I'll get hate for this but tbh he's huge, absolutely worshipped by such a large percentage of young people atm, arguably the biggest star in the world right now). A more conventional headliner could be FATM (can see a female headliner being pushed) or Paramore. The Weeknd or Tame Impala Peace NME Stage: Could be someone like Jamie T, or even (at a stretch) the Chainsmokers, they're everywhere on the radio atm Other acts I expect to sea are DJ Hazard on the dance stage, Fuse ODG, Jimmy Eat World etc propping up the lower stages.
  6. Friday: Kendrick Lamar (co) QOTSA (co) The Replacements (80s era) Foster the People Deaf Havana The Shins Cloud Nothings Bear Tooth Pendulum Saturday: Arcade Fire My Bloody Valentine Sonic Youth Ride Jesus and Mary Chain Lush Drenge Mystery Jets King Gizzard Faith No More Sunday: RHCP Tame Impala Pendulum Pavement Peace Wombats Swim Deep Anderson Paak The xx
  7. Could Drake be the last headliner? He would be extremely expensive I imagine, but would certainly appeal to a lot of Bestival's crowd. Can't picture too many other rap artists who could fill the spot, although it would be hard to rule out Kendrick right now. Otherwise, I could see someone like Pendulum or even The xx stepping up. Both have officially 'reformed' this year, and both seem like solid bookings that RDB would look at.
  8. Any chance of Saint Raymond being added? Can see his stock rising in the coming months in a similar way to Catfish's last year
  9. Sorry, should have clarified, was talking about LCD who were billed as a London exclusive because they are playing elsewhere, at festivals like T, so them being a London exclusive doesn't necessarily mean they'll be at Glasto. But by the looks of it people were talking about Sigur having a London exclusive show as well as LCD, hence the confusion
  10. They are playing T as well so Glastonbury isn't 100% likely.. Although I would definitely have thought we'd be seeing them this year.
  11. Bastille headlining NME is a great shout. But can't help but feel Run the Jewels/Frank Turner/Rise Against/Catfish all too low. Would love to see that lineup tho.
  12. Friday: Tame Impala (possibly co-ing with Royal Blood) Frank Ocean Catfish and the Bottlemen Saturday: Kasabian Pendulum Twin Atlantic Sunday: Muse YM@6 (or Royal Blood if not co-ing) ADTR
  13. Add CHVRCHES to my list, they'll be huge soon
  14. Alt-J, Royal Blood, Bring Me The Horizon, Tame Impala, the Black Keys, Florence and the Machine and Bombay Bicycle Club could all headline or co-headline within the next 3/4 years I reckon (if not sooner). Long term, acts like Drenge, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Slaves and the 1975 all have a chance but it will be very dependent on whether or not their future material is as popular as their recent stuff.
  15. Radiohead and Tool are the only two currently performing bands who I think would sell out any festival they play. They have a mystique about them that hardly any band can match, and there is no way that they would be subbing anyone, yet alone Adele. If they are keen to play then they will headline, and if they're not headlining this year they will not be playing until at least 2017.