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On 15/09/2017 at 5:02 PM, Mash011 said:

Reckon King Gizz could sub it next year? Played directly after Real Estate at this year's Glastonbury.

They were brilliant a couple of years ago, but sadly this 'release 5 albums in a year' business means that quality control has been relaxed a great deal. Still, there's always hope for a 'best of' set.

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4 hours ago, paulwa said:

They were brilliant a couple of years ago, but sadly this 'release 5 albums in a year' business means that quality control has been relaxed a great deal. Still, there's always hope for a 'best of' set.

Personally like their latest stuff a lot but even if you don't the live shows definitely haven't slipped. Amazing as ever. 

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On 9/7/2017 at 3:44 PM, shoebox said:

Kurt Vile and The Growlers have played before. The Growlers did a secret set "in disguise" when they played. I say "in disguise", but they basically blacked up.

Would love Brooks and the gang back - although they are a bit of a different beast these days, drummer and bassist were booted out for reasons unknown, lineup has expanded.

They opened up The Woods stage on the Friday 2011, then late night in the Tipi - when as said they were blacked up and rather the worse for wear :D Video evidence below

 

 

 

 

 

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Would like to see:

Hiss Golden Messenger (can't believe he's never played it)

William Tyler 

Orbital (a long shot I know, but could be a great Saturday night headliner. I'm probably in a minority of one here)

Courtney Barnett 

Mogwai (been a while)

Nils Frahm

Stars Of The Lid

Luke Vibert

Beirut

I live in hope....

 

 

 

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On 10/5/2017 at 9:14 PM, Petr Tragusbeardsson said:

Nils Frahm

Has Nils ever played EotR? He fit in excellently with the surroundings at Latitude the year he played. He'd definitely big a big crowd pleaser for the sort of audience EotR gets. Is soundbleed an issue there? A big reason for his success at Latitude is that they were able to give him an early slot in the woods, which is relatively isolated.

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21 hours ago, GETOFFAMYLAWN said:

Has Nils ever played EotR? He fit in excellently with the surroundings at Latitude the year he played. He'd definitely big a big crowd pleaser for the sort of audience EotR gets. Is soundbleed an issue there? A big reason for his success at Latitude is that they were able to give him an early slot in the woods, which is relatively isolated.

He's never played no, but I agree he would fit in nicely. Don't think sound bleed would be a problem as long as they scheduled him appropriately. I've seen much quieter acts there in the past so I can't see it being a problem. 

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When does the first wave of acts usually get announced?

Anybody else thinking King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard could be in with a high slot after their recent announcement that they're doing Brixton Academy in February? I'm lead to believe a headline show at Brixton would make them sub/headliner size for EOTR? Would also love to see Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett show up, their album is pure bliss.

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Not who I expect ....more a wishlist...

 

I Am Kloot

Neutral Milk Hotel

Conor Oberst

She Drew The Gun

Deer Tick

Violent Femmes

The Decemberists

The Wedding Present

J Roddy Walston & The Business

Jason Isbel

Royal Headache

Josifin Ohrn and the Liberation

 

 

 

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