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DiscothequeDave last won the day on December 8 2016

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  1. Pop Music

  2. Isle of Wight 2018 Festival

    Bon Jovi are in Europe next year. I'd imagine they'll do either a BST gig or be one of the IOW headliners. Live Nation act so very plausible.
  3. Arcade Fire

    9 and a half months in an 'Everything Now' is still the best song of the year. Can't see it being beaten, personally.
  4. LCD Soundsystem....

    I'd be hoping 'Movement' doesn't get dropped. Too short to be replaced by anything else and is an utter banger of a tune.
  5. Primavera 2018

    I'd be amazed if QOTSA played PS next year. I'd imagine Beni and Mad Cool will be the frontrunners to get them.
  6. INmusic - Zagreb

    QOTSA are around http://northside.dk/blog-en/1625
  7. Northside 2018

    And we're off. First major announcement for a festival for 2018 http://northside.dk/blog-en/1625
  8. Best Kept Secret Festival 2018

    NorthSide gets off to an incredible start with Queens of the Stone Age, The National, Father John Misty, Deerhunter, and Cigarettes After Sex Well there's 2/3 headliners right there
  9. INmusic - Zagreb

    Are QOTSA bigger than Arcade Fire? I'd beg to differ personally.
  10. LCD Soundsystem....

  11. Primavera 2018

    Read somewhere that New Order were taking their 'So it goes' show to Italy next year. Can see them doing this at PS in the auditorium and a normal show as well, much in the vein of Suede a couple of years ago.
  12. LCD Soundsystem....

    Think Call the Police will become a live favourite. That bass line is fantastic.
  13. Best Kept Secret Festival 2018

    Tame Impala / LCD Soundsystem / The National.
  14. Primavera 2018

    So it was. Thought it was a spur of the moment thing.
  15. OnBlackheath 2017

    From Twitter, the crowd sizes looks pretty decent. Kate Tempest is definitely proving to be very marmite with some tweeters. Music seems to be a lot louder than the past few years an all. Few moans about organisation as per usual but looks to be going pretty swimmingly. Unless you live in the local area and hate late night noise (10.15pm!) as one irate tweeter has pointed out.