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Supernintendo Chalmers

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  1. There's intel floating around to suggest that this may be Friday
  2. Dua Lipa 120 Coldplay 110 Shania Twain 93 LCD Soundsystem 141 Little Simz 100 Burna Boy 60 IDLES 126 Disclosure 60 The National 160 The Streets 130 Two Door Cinema Club 72 Jungle 95 Jessie Ware 95 Justice 210 (+10) Heilung 130 Masego 100 Nia Archives 110 Jamie xx 90 James Blake 105 Sampha 105 Sleaford Mods 100 Romy 125 Fontaines D.C. 180 London Grammar 100 King Krule 100 Orbital 161 Ghetts 90
  3. Is that intel Ben, or powers of deduction?
  4. What a fine actor Mescal is. Absolutely loved Aftersun
  5. Apparently Arcadia this year is just a Bluetooth speaker in the middle of the field. Whoever gets there first gets to link up to their Spotify
  6. Friday Our first star guest appearance is with Andrew Scott in National Theatre Live’s Vanya. Straight after that is Tilda Swinton introducing her latest pre-release film the quirky comedy Problemista. Next up Florance Pugh will be talking about her experiences on the set of the epic Dune: part 2. Followed by a screening of heartfelt drama All Of Us Strangers with Director Andrew Haigh, and stars Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott. Finally, our late film is Baby Driver and Q&A with director Edgar Wright. Saturday The next day we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of cult favourite Shaun Of The Dead with Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright. Our Saturday night film is also part of our Vampire series with a Q&A from Tilda Swinton talking about Jim Jarmusch’s insanely cool vampire film Only Lovers left Alive. Fun fact: Tilda’s part in this film qualified her for her cameo in the hit TV series What We do in the Shadows. Sunday Finally, on Sunday, we kick off with I’m not There, a rumination on the life of Bob Dylan, where six characters embody different aspect of the musician’s life and work. Cate Blanchett is one of those six, and the two-time Oscor winner will be with us for the Q&A. After that is Unicorns and a Q&A with Ben Hardy (X-Men: Apocalypse, Bohemian Rhapsody), Jason Patel and the directors: Sally El-Hosaini and James Krishna Floyd. Its followed by a screening of Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922) with an Intro by Dan Smith (Bastille) and live score by Chris Green.
  7. I think we should expect some sort of expansion on the music, given the likely addition of the new structures within it. I suppose the size of those acts will be determined by how big the area is
  8. Monday - Pilton Palais Tuesday - Block 9 Wednesday - Nothing Thursday - Car Henge Friday - Arcadia + map Friday 31st - full lineup
  9. Dua Lipa 120 Coldplay 140 SZA 45 Shania Twain 98 LCD Soundsystem 146 Little Simz 100 Burna Boy 90 IDLES 125 Disclosure 70 The National 150 The Streets 127 Two Door Cinema Club 87 Jungle 100 Jessie Ware 85 Justice 200 (+10) Heilung 115 Masego 100 Nia Archives 111 Jamie xx 100 James Blake 105 Sampha 100 Sleaford Mods 99 Romy 125 Fontaines D.C. 170 Peggy Gou 35 London Grammar 100 King Krule 100 Orbital 151 Ghetts 95
  10. Dua Lipa 115 Coldplay 130 SZA 40 Shania Twain 93 LCD Soundsystem 121 Little Simz 90 Burna Boy 100 IDLES 115 Disclosure 85 The National 135 The Streets 122 Two Door Cinema Club 82 Jungle 95 Jessie Ware 85 Justice 196 (+10) Heilung 115 Masego 100 Nia Archives 110 Jamie xx 100 Gossip 39 James Blake 105 Sampha 100 Sleaford Mods 105 Romy 120 Fontaines D.C. 159 Peggy Gou 65 London Grammar 100 King Krule 100 Orbital 135 Ghetts 100
  11. Yep. I came through Pilton/Glastonbury around 5pm and looked like I just avoided a deluge. Looking great for the next three days though!
  12. Dua Lipa 115 Coldplay 110 SZA 80 Shania Twain 98 LCD Soundsystem 110 Little Simz 105 Burna Boy 100 IDLES 115 Disclosure 95 The National 120 The Streets 112 Two Door Cinema Club 92 Jungle 100 Jessie Ware 85 Justice 185 (+10) Heilung 115 Masego 100 Nia Archives 110 Jamie xx 100 Gossip 58 James Blake 105 Sampha 100 Sleaford Mods 95 Romy 120 Fontaines D.C. 144 Peggy Gou 95 London Grammar 100 King Krule 100 Orbital 131 Ghetts 100
  13. At the moment, I've really lucked out with acts confirmed on Sunday - Elkka, Nia Archives, Justice, Stingray 313, Goldie, OR:LA, Andy C. Plus we've got the announced stages to publish day splits, bound to be more amongst that lot, plus Block 9, Arcadia, San Remo, Greenpeace and Babylon Uprising! I'll be getting my steps in, for sure
  14. For anyone into 90s old skool jungle tekno, breaks, beats and ravey breakdowns like myself, Origin8a & Propa are playing the Unfairground. Any of the Hardcore Energy lot will be worth a watch
  15. Dua Lipa 115 Coldplay 115 SZA 95 Shania Twain 100 LCD Soundsystem 120 Little Simz 105 Burna Boy 100 IDLES 110 Disclosure 95 The National 115 D-Block Europe 40 The Streets 110 Two Door Cinema Club 100 Jungle 100 Jessie Ware 90 Justice 160 (+10) Heilung 115 Masego 100 Nia Archives 105 Jamie xx 100 Gossip 70 James Blake 105 Sampha 100 Sleaford Mods 105 Skindred 105 Romy 100 Fontaines D.C. 125 Peggy Gou 100 London Grammar 105 King Krule 100 Orbital 125 Ghetts 100
  16. Gassed for the Hardcore Energy takeover
  17. Not in my experience. I was there for Roger Sanchez in 22 and it was fine. Decent bar and a few places to sit. I'd imagine Norm's set was busy (although I think that was during the day). Like I say, the big crowds tend to miss it and head for the more established late-night areas. Well worth giving it a go for a few hours, maybe not enough to keep you interested all night though
  18. Last year it had the Glitterbox takeover on the Friday night. Over the past few years they've had the likes of Sama Abdulhadi, Roger Sanchez, Elkka, DJ Paulette, Fat Tony, Eats Everything, Fatboy Slim, Shapeshifters, Seth Troxler, Richy Ahmed. Tends to get a little overlooked as a night time venue over the Naughty Corner, Arcadia, etc
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