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  1. Album of the Year 2017

    Might well change before the end of the year... 1. The National 2. Arcade Fire 3. Mogwai 4. London Grammar 5. Public Service Broadcasting 6. Slowdive 7. Elbow 8. Father John Misty 9. Lana del Rey 10. the Charlatans
  2. Primavera 2018

    Looks good to me... would add Mogwai and probably change the year but otherwise!
  3. THE GREATEST GLASTONBURY PLAYLIST

    Could have chose anything from Radiohead this summer, Arcade Fire in 2014 and several others but this is the first song that came to mind:
  4. PSB vs PSB

    From the setlists I've seen it looks like a core of newer tracks and the big hitting songs is played every night with some rotating older stuff
  5. Tour Announcements & Upcoming Gigs

    I'd go for Laneway too. Or both... Hoping the National announcement means some or all of them will be at Primavera as I'll still be in Barcelona on the Saturday
  6. PSB vs PSB

    I saw PSB in 2010 too, great show. Dare I say it though, I think I preferred PSB on the Glade in 2015 which was fantastic
  7. Liam Gallagher

    There are worse Oasis albums than Heathen Chemistry. You've also missed Standing on the Shoulder, which had a few good tracks on it. Anyway I quite like Liam's album. It's not era-defining or anything but it's good to hear him singing again. Looking forward to Ally Pally
  8. The National

    Yeah really enjoyed it, good setlist (and a Queen cover) and Matt was on great form. Absolutely boiling and too many talkers but got better and better as it went on https://www.setlist.fm/setlist/the-national/2017/eventim-apollo-london-england-be2451e.html
  9. Tour Announcements & Upcoming Gigs

    I saw their pre-album release show at Electric Ballroom. New album sounds meatier live, and All Out is a beast
  10. The National

    Tonight for me too. Can't wait, hoping Pink Rabbits gets another run out...
  11. The National

    Pink Rabbits, Mistaken For Strangers, England, I Should Live in Salt, Lit Up. Going on Thursday in London, can't wait...
  12. The National

    Really like the album. Nobody Else Will Be There is probably my current favourite, although there are loads to choose from
  13. Liam Gallagher

    There were two presales (Wednesday for those who bought the album) and yesterday (seemingly no reason) so I imagine loads of tickets were already gone. I got a couple through See yesterday at just after 10
  14. 2017 New Music Thread

    I'm one listen in on the new Mogwai album. I like it - quite melodic, reminds me of Happy Songs and Atomic as well as Rave Tapes
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