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  1. deadpheasant

    The Rock Slot

    4 is my dad's fave, mines Master of Reality
  2. Re: sweet things I had... There was a cafe opposite Other Stage next to Real Sausages Real Mash that did big muffins for £2.50 or smaller fruit cakes for £1. The fruit cakes were really good (for a quid) but unfortunately sold out by the Sunday. Chocolate bars available at £1.50 a pop at the general stores dotted around site was a nice cheap dessert. Had to eat it quickly in the heat though! Had an ice-cream from one of the ice cream vans that was soft serve in a chocolate m&ms cone & a flake (£3.50 I think). Went down an absolute treat in the heat. I had doughnuts from a place called 'Donut Porn' on Williams Green. £5 I think for 5 medium sized fresh doughnuts in cinnamon sugar - the sort that you'd find at a funfair. Really hit the spot as a breakfast on one of the days although 5 I felt was a bit too much.
  3. deadpheasant

    The Rock Slot

    Even Tarquin's got a job
  4. Ed Sheeran Shape of you & TLC No scrubs Paramore day dreaming & Blondie dreaming
  5. deadpheasant

    The Rock Slot

    They're a death metal band as opposed to the kind of rock we would associate with the Pyramid afternoon rock slot. There were a lot of metal bands performing in Shangri-La this year. Lets hope Earache records return with an equally great lineup next year.
  6. deadpheasant

    The Rock Slot

    Way too early to speculate. Rammstein are playing in Coventry the weekend before so let's just say it's them.
  7. Not a fan of Catfish or Bastille but saw tickets going on a seat filler site so managed to pick a cheap one up for peanuts. Saw Inhaler, Banfi, Squid, The Murder Capital, last 15 mins of Dream Wife, Matthew & the atlas, last 30 mins of DMAs, Fontaines DC, Friendly Fires & Jade Bird. All acts were good, Jade Bird & Fontaines are particular stand-outs. Friendly Fires always good fun.
  8. I was behind Shura watching Black Midi Friday morning with a couple of her band mates. She said excuse me as she walked past so basically we're best friends now.
  9. Wednesday Dat Brass 8 Thursday Beans on Toast 5 Monroller B2B Skratch Bandicoot 7.5 Employed to Serve 8 Denzel Curry 9 Diving Station 8.5 Friday Black Midi 7.5 Hey Colossus 6 Yellow Days 7 Sheryl Crow 7 Mac DeMarco 6.5 Pond 7 Ms Lauryn Hill 7 Gojira 9 IDLES 10 Charlotte De Witte 8.5 Henge 6.5 Keith Flint Appreciation Hour 7 Saturday Ezra Collective 8 Slowthai 8.5 Hip Hop Karaoke (well I was a 10 of course) Liam Gallagher 7 Bugzy Malone 8 The Chemical Brothers 9.5 AJ Tracey 8 DJ Hybrid 7.5 Sunday Slaves 8 Babymetal 9 Bring Me the Horizon 7.5 Loyle Carner 8.5 Fontaines DC 8 Billie Eilish 7 Dave 8 Kojaque 9.5 Several other DJs as well but I can't for the life of me remember who and where 😅
  10. deadpheasant

    Food

    Was mostly underwhelmed by the food I had at Glasto. Had a burrito from Luardos which was nice but not life changing as a food blog I read alluded to. Had a couple of burgers that were nice but general run of the mill stuff. Nicest thing I had surprisingly was fully loaded nachos from the worthy view Mexican place. Worst thing I had was also nachos but from a place called Badass (or Deadass) Burritos in Silver Hayes Sunday night. Soggy tomatoes, wet grated cheese, bland basic tortilla chips & no guac, awful.
  11. There was a number of decent peep show ones. This one with "I think I might have the famous munchies" was my personal fave:
  12. Did - Worthy View - Great camping experience, and the view with fireworks on the Wednesday was breathtaking. I'll be trying back there again - Saw a film in Pilton Palais - Probably won't do it again but it was good for the craic & glad I've got that one ticked off - Glastonbury sign x2 - No looking down on the way up. Did 1,2,3, Go with my friends and all turned round at the same time. We did it again on the last night - really can't get bored of it! Awesome experience. - Wander into a tent late at night and saw an act I loved - It was Diving Station @ Toad Hall Thurs night. Defo check them out Didn't - Not been to the wormhole, rabbit hole, ribbon tower, glastonbury pier, circus, cabaret, theatre stages... I will one year! - Wear enough sun screen and got burnt -.- - (Wasn't) really impressed with the food this year. Possibly I was going to the wrong places. I need a list for next year to stick religiously to. - See a Pyramid headliner - I think this is a good thing as I've developed a love for more intimate stages and crowds.
  13. deadpheasant

    Flops 2019

    Surprising to see Slowthai & Babymetal mentioned on here thought they absolutely nailed it. Especially the latter considering the early slot and an unassuming crowd. BMTH was an interesting one. My mate and I went to the front and both thoroughly enjoyed it however my two friends who stood back and watched it weren't as keen. Worst act for me was Beans on Toast on Greenpeace stage Thurs - not really his fault but it was overcrowded, baking hot and the sound was shite so couldn't see or hear a thing. Hey Colossus played between Black Midi and Yellow Days (switched slots with Yak) on William's Green Friday morning. They just sounded incredibly mediocre (guess it didn't help them playing after Black Midi). Crowd was thin and it was clearly getting to the lead singer who looked thoroughly pissed off the entire time.
  14. deadpheasant

    IICON

    Loved the IICON - it's a large enough area for them to put a big act on there as well. Hopefully next year for the 50th anniversary.
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