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  1. Primavera 2018

    I'm still holding out for Beck and Bjork to be on the bill next year. Both super respected musicians who have albums coming out soon, and would attract a big enough crowd (of the right sort) for Primavera - they desperately need a female headliner also. Edit: just realised I posted this already! However both have since announced albums so...
  2. TRNSMT Festival 2017

  3. TRNSMT Festival 2017

    Hey, does anyone know if it is possible to transfer tickets bought via Sandbag (on Radiohead's WASTE thing)? Someone is willing to sell me a half price ticket but it does say that the ticket buyer needs to be there for ID... Although not even sure if TRNSMT are planning on checking!
  4. Primavera 2018

    Aha, what?! Wasn't me I promise. I agree with you tbh, kinda hate spending more than a few hours bouncing between those two stages.
  5. Primavera 2018

    Ack, I hope you're right - don't wanna come across as some 'it's not like the good ol' days' curmudgeon, especially as I do enjoy a lot of the big poppier acts.
  6. Primavera 2018

    Mixed feelings on whether or not they should book an act like Kendrick... On the one hand it would be a rare treat to see someone of his stature with a respectful Primavera audience. On the other, booking him could potentially see a further influx of the Radio One/Coachella crowd we have seen in recent years. Anyways, my 2018 wish list please and thank you: Bjork, Beck, Nick Cave, The National, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, St Vincent, George Clinton, Daniel Johnston, Sufjan Stevens, Cat Stevens, Dirty Projectors, Grizzly Bear, Danny Brown...
  7. Primavera Sound 2017

    Don't quite get what the production delays were? From watching videos it seems like a pretty simple set up... idk though, I guess that can mean anything.
  8. Primavera Sound 2017

    King Gizz, Run the Jewels, Flying Lotus and Chk Chk Chk were probably the most fun acts but I'm not sure my weekend ever recovered from the double bill of Arcade Fire and Solange on Thursday.
  9. Primavera Sound 2017

    I agree with the overall sentiment, this is a total bugger (Frank was pretty much my number one act) but it doesn't diminish from what is going to be an amazing festival weekend. I feel really sorry for the festival, it sounds like Frank and his team were messing them around until the last minute.
  10. Primavera Sound 2017

    Haha, that would be great! To be honest, I would not expect Primavera to make an 'official' announcement about Frank but it would be more like Gabi to post something on the forum just keeping everyone updated - did he not address Grandaddy's potential cancellation in a FB chat? Saying that, I am too excited about Frank to doubt that he is playing...
  11. Primavera Sound 2017

    Arcade Fire Tube certainly seems to think that AF are the most likely...
  12. Primavera Sound 2017

    What early set is this?!
  13. Primavera Sound 2017

    I thought about this, either doing a surprise solo piano set or even filling in for Frank if he cancelled. But he is doing a 1 800 Dinosaur DJ thing in Brooklyn on the Saturday so it's not that likely I reckon.
  14. Primavera Sound 2017

    Grandaddy are out, Arab Strap are in (unfortunate but completely understandable). Wonder if it will be a straight swap or if there will be some changing of times? https://www.primaverasound.com/noticiaSingle?origen=ps&id=1529
  15. Primavera Sound 2017

    Looks like we'll be doing pretty similar run of shows! Would like to catch that Let's Eat Grandma/Cigarettes After Sex show on Tuesday and also Romare on Wednesday but I'll have to see about group consensus. Thursday - Kevin Morby>This Is Not This Heat>Solange>Badbadnotgood>Death Grips>Aphex Twin (probably leave for King Gizz)>Tycho Friday - Whitney>Sinkane or Mitski>Mac DeMarco>Frank Ocean>the xx>RTJ>FlyLo>Priests (what a day!) Saturday - Weyes Blood>Junun or Pond>Van Morrison>Metronomy or Kelly Lee Owens>Grace Jones>Arcade Fire>Preoccupations>!!!>DJ Coco Big clashes are Jens Lekman vs Kevin Morby, Solange vs Broken Social Scene and Angel Olsen vs Van Morrison. In all cases I reckon I'll go with the act I haven't seen before.