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  1. Oh, and the playlist for the next month's episode is always on Spotify. It's here if you're interested:
  2. Ah - cheers, mate. That's good to hear. Yeah, not sure if you figured it out but I was the one who enjoyed most of the albums, but JJ was a definite standout. Can't wait to see her. We're recording the next episode in July 2 so a couple of weeks away. Don't know if you're a fan of The National but I've picked them as my ' band I love ' for the upcoming episode, so will be introducing them in the way Nick introduced PJ Harvey in the last one. Thanks again for giving us a go.
  3. Alright folks. Bit of shameless self promotion here, but the latest episode of the podcast I do with a couple of friends has just been published and it's a Green Man special. Each month we pick 4 recent albums that none of us know, one classic album that's new to us, and then one of us introduces an artist we love. And then we all chat shit about them. This episode has Anna Meredith, Timber Timbre, Julia Jacklin, and Badbadnotgood. The classic is Lift to Experience. And my friend tells us why he loves PJ Harvey. Have a listen, if you're at all interested. Cheers: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/picky-bastards-playlist/picky-bastards/e/50368536
  4. Day tickets are only for locals
  5. Kate Tempest is phenomenonal live, if that helps at all...
  6. Kate Tempest, Angel Olsen, Laura Gibson, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Fionn Regan, This is the Kit, PJ Harvey, Julia Macklin, Timber Timbre. To name just a few.
  7. Thanks, both. I think it's the 80s Springsteen like bits that are putting me off Prisoner, so I'll try the others. Much appreciated.
  8. Can any Ryan Adams recommend any old albums I should start with? I kind of want to want to see him, but I'm 50/50 on Prisoner. Kind of like it but it all sounds a bit the same.
  9. I think I'll be choosing the same two. Timber Timbre slightly edging The Shins because I thought The Shins latest was a bit of a disaster.
  10. I think I've created a clash for myself by listening to a lot of the lineup. Really enjoying both Michael Kiwanuka and Yorkston/Khan/Thorne.
  11. I've actually done okay for clashes, although was worried about the one you mentioned at first as everyone was raving about LTE. Turns out I can't get into them. Main one for me is Timber Timbre and The Shins.
  12. It's got pretty quiet around here. What are everyone's top 5 must sees for the festival? Most of mine are on Friday, but I'd go with Hurray for the Riff Raff, Kate Tempest, Angel Olsen, Fionn Regan, and PJ Harvey.
  13. I hope not, now that I've heard Aldous. Don't need the clash. My guess would be someone more like a blast from the past type artist to be honest. I get the feeling it's the replacement for Daniel Johnstone.
  14. Just listening to Aldous Harding for the first time. Wow.
  15. Have spent a bit of time going through the line-up this weekend. Can also recommend Laura Gibson and Adam Torres.