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  1. Currently got tickets for The National day mainly to see King Gizzard as it looks like its going to be their only UK date this year. Super keen for Kurt Vile and pleased to see Parcels added too. If anybody can point me in the right direction with The National I'd really appreciate it. Tried so many times to get into them but they've just never clicked for me. Also the last time I went to APE was to The Strokes a few years back and just want to know what has changed? That was an awesome day, 2/3 stages as I recall and then the Jaegerhaus that hosted acts too. Is this still the case? Also does everything else finish when the headliner is on or are there alternatives? Cheers guys
  2. I went last night, fucking incredible stuff, they are on fine form. Caught ORB and Stonefield too, definitely worth getting in early to catch those guys. If you're into Sabbath inspired stuff you will love them both, slow and heavy stoner vibes!
  3. Seeing them twice this tour, Nottingham on Monday and London the following Saturday. Hoping to see a good mix of tunes over the two nights going off of the variety of deep cuts that North America and Australia have seen. Really want to see the epic Head on/Pill jam, lasted 30 minutes at one of the USA dates. Also footage of Bitter Boogie has looked amazing. Would like to see either of those close the show. According to IG they've sols 9K tickets for Ally Pally so not far off capacity, gonna be a hell of a night! Dream setlist for the night (probably been a bit greedy): Self Immolate Mars For The Rich Crumbling Castle The Great Chain of Being Superbug Robot Stop Big Fig Wasp Gamma Knife Plastic Boogie Reals Not Real Acarine Inner Cell Loyalty Horology Muddy Water Sense Billabong Valley Cut Throat Boogie Perihelion Planet B Head On/Pill or Bitter Boogie
  4. I have four I'm super excited for: Khruangbin- Instrumental psych stuff inspired by Thai funk and surf rock. Check out their KEXP session on YT (Friday Obelisk) A Place to Bury Strangers- Noisey shoegaze. From I've read and from what I've seen on YT they have an insane and brutal live show (Friday Sunrise) Pigs X7- Sludge doom metal. Definitely going to scare a few unsuspecting people (Saturday Sunrise) Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever- Noodly indie guitar music, they have three guitarists and make a gorgeous layered noise (Sunday BBC Music) I'll also try and catch Parcels, think they will be great to have a boogie to. Really looking forward to it now!
  5. Personally pretty pleased. Just could not get excited about Snow Patrol. Not a huge fan of the Stereophonics but at least they have a few gears to their sound and a couple of good tunes to boot! I'll be watching them on Saturday night.
  6. They have confirmed on twitter (in a reply to somebody) that Street Feast are back again this year with specific vendors coming soon. Great news.
  7. YES! Their debut album is great. Sunrise line up is looking very solid this year.
  8. Pigs X7 and A Place To Bury Strangers on the Sunrise are definitely going to scare the shit out of some of the typical Latitude contingent! Overall really pleased with the undercard, so much to get stuck in to. Just a shame its a bit a bottom heavy line up.
  9. Will be happy with any one of the following: Pigs X7, Kikakgaku Moyo, Kurt Vile, King Gizzard, Vampire Weekend, GOAT, White Fence, Wand, Wooden Shjips, Oh Sees, MBV... So we will definitely get none of the above! Anyone else got a wish list?
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