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Brave Sir Robin

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  1. They were on the lineup for 2020, are playing Dublin the Weds before and Glasgow the Friday after. I'd be astonished if they weren't there.
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    RATM

    I'm fairly sure they'd approve
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    Idles

    Thanks for the info. And yep JP headliners sounds right to me. Or maybe subbing Other - I don't see them headlining it yet.
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    Idles

    Cheers! Looking forward to tonight when it is, somewhat bizarrely, Self Esteem in the main support slot.
  5. Yep, I tried both in 2016 and boots were much better.
  6. 1. Black Country, New Road - For the first time 2. Wolf Alice - Blue Weekend 3. Turnstile - GLOW ON 4. Dry Cleaning - New Long Leg 5. Arlo Parks - Collapsed in Sunbeams
  7. 10. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - Butterfly 3000 9. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - CARNAGE 8. For Those I Love - For Those I Love 7. Floating Points, Pharoah Sanders, LSO - Promises 6. Arlo Parks - Collapsed in Sunbeams 5. Valerie June - The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions for Dreamers 4. Dry Cleaning - New Long Leg 3. Turnstile - GLOW ON 2. Wolf Alice - Blue Weekend 1. Black Country, New Road - For the first time
  8. 1. Emma Ruth Rundle - Engine of Hell 2. Elbow - Flying Dream 1 3. Strand of Oaks - In Heaven 4. Portico Quartet - Monument A pretty weak month/period but enjoyed those
  9. Hallelujah! Well done @eFestivals I imagine you must be mightily relieved. For anyone looking for particular posts since 1st Nov, Google cache has some. Eg the earlier entries in @SwedgeAntilles' AOTY thread.
  10. One last rock headliner. We’re almost there.
  11. Interesting. This website, which someone on here once mentioned and is the same concept, comes up with quite a different list: https://acclaimedmusic.net/year/alltime_albums.htm. It also has a list of the top 10,000 songs of all time (according to the critics' lists), both of which you can explore by genre or year/decade, and Spotify playlists of the same which are great to dip into.
  12. This is indeed wonderful. Intimate yet lush folk. Made with members of Sharon Van Etten's and Bonnie Prince Billy's bands, and a cheeky guest guitar solo from Ty Segall himself.
  13. Yeah I was in the tent at Latitude. Bloody fantastic. Obviously that was at a time when all anyone knew was the Chaise Longue single, and there was no hype about them having any more tunes or being any good live, but I'd definitely recommend them. Friends saw them play a small show in London last month and enjoyed, and I'm going to the Scala show in April.
  14. Go see them if you get the chance, they’ve got several.
  15. 1. Haiku Salut 2. Sufjan Stevens 3. Matthew E White Honourable mention: Public Service Broadcasting
  16. Agree with all of that, it's really lovely.
  17. My mellow Sunday has been soundtracked by the lovely new Haiku Salut album. Somewhere between instrumental post-rock and ambient electronica:
  18. Matthew E White has well and truly embraced the funk on his excellent new album, and on tracks like this, the disco: In the UK in March so it probably won't happen, but would love to see him light up West Holts.
  19. They were on the poster for 2020, that makes them a TBC surely.
  20. Amyl & Sniffers and Low. Kacey Musgraves is also out.
  21. Her and the other additions and removals are all now up to date
  22. Nice - Porridge Radio and Lice are excellent additions
  23. Playlist is up to date with H Hawkline added, Alice Boman and Scalping removed (gutted about that), and updated tracks for Katy J Pearson, Billy Nomates, Bingo Fury and James Leonard Hewitson. Thanks for the appreciative comments, I, er, appreciate them.
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