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Nduja

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  1. Nduja

    Grime/Hip Hop

    Slept on 6lack for a good ol' while now but East Atlanta Love Letter is just gorgeous. Creeping up and up the EOY list. Also got a lot of time for the Curren$y Freddie Gibbs album. Year after year The Alchemist keeps bringing the heat. And a rap release that is not less than 30 minutes, or longer than 60. In 2018!
  2. Album Kali Uchis - Isolation Song Look Alive (ft Drake) - Blocboy JB Gig Kendrick Lamar - MEN Festival Dimensions Movie I, Tonya Book My Name Is Red - Orhan Pamuk (not a 2018 release) Favourite E Fester Dental Did You Miss Glastonbury Oh yah 3 Wishes For 2019 All the crew get sorted in the resale 6lack Hotel Soirée stage Festivals Lined Up For 2019 Glasto, wherever Travis Scott pops up, GALA
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    Grime/Hip Hop

    Giggs popped up on stage for Kano's late night spot at Sonic in '16 so I'm sure he will pop up on the lineup too some day. Drake is at (surely?!) his commercial peak, so I've made peace with him not playing any time soon. Some mad cameo seems more likely for the forseeable.
  4. Nduja

    Grime/Hip Hop

    Only listening to Tierra Whack and City Girls at the min
  5. Kamaiyah Tierra Whack Saweetie City Girls Cardi B
  6. Not quite true, my my mate from Belfast was getting right in the mosh pit for Storm-zayyy last year, so he was.
  7. No. From a fellow 30yo (to be at the time of gig)
  8. Any scouse band will draw a solid crowd at Glasto. For the purposes of Glasto therefore, they are a bigger act than The Cardigans
  9. Nduja

    BROCKHAMPTON

    Inevitable booking imho. Sheck Wes and Young Thug also please.
  10. Nduja

    Grime/Hip Hop

    2015 was ace also because it coincided with a nice evening emerging after an earlier downpour. Also in 2015 they were quite firmly the world's premier rap group whereas 2017 was unquestionably the year of Migos.
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    Grime/Hip Hop

    Feb dates in Manchester and London, March in Bham went on sale today as part of a European tour. Not sure about whether there are any left. Think summer festivals next year are inevitable so will hold off for that.
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    Grime/Hip Hop

    Yeah, you are right. Lyrically there isnt a great deal going on but the range of styles that he cycles through is impressive and it all just seems to work. The voice makes it in a lot of ways. He can flow a little bit too, he's a bit like Travis Scott in that regard where he floats about crooning for a lot of the time and only hits a flow on occasion. But when it hits, it's super-effective. I'm thinking about Sleep as an example and also on A2's Flair. The spoken word bits work really well live for the song to song transitions before another dose of energy is injected.
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    Grime/Hip Hop

    Saw him in London the other week and it was really good. To say the crowd was up for it was an understatement, mosh pits breaking out when the DJ was playing tracks before he came on 😁 Sadly delays getting people in meant A2 in support was reduced to a couple of tracks. He's my favourite in the scene right now.
  14. A late night set of her doing her dancier ones, guest features and remixes would be life itself. And the new one.
  15. Nduja

    2019 Improvements

    The Blues to have a proper good ol' fashioned Reggaeton and Baile Funk night for authenticity's sake.
  16. 2 0 1 4 with my gf and a few of her mates. Was interested earlier but never prioritised getting a ticket. Suddenly I found myself in a crew, with a plan. All in. From the moment the ticket was secured and the deposit was paid that all changed and what followed was an incessant 4 year cycle of planning, speculating, getting excited, reminiscing, re-organising, ticket day again...whoah here we go. Our crew has swelled every year by virtue of everyone who has attended coming back for more and new people coming along. Before the first festival I was thoroughly consumed by the drip feed of festival info. But at that point I hadn't really appreciated all of the norms, had no idea about the thingy. It was great. What I signed up for was just getting better... First year was definitely one of the best, even if we only really scratched the surface. Friday at the Pyramid was insane from TWOD right up until the lightning struck and then Arcade Fire delivered my favourite headline of all time. Subsequent days weren't a patch in all honesty. I think I let my self get dragged to Clean Bandit (!). Still golden moments all over the place and still incredible. It took 4 whole days to recover. The dreams.
  17. Its a fair point and I think worthy of further exploration. Especially as I usually have one footy shirt day at festivals and street parties since about 2016. My general rule is not to wear my own club's gear. This is my order of preference: Non-home nation nternational kit (any era) Dukla Prague Away Kit 00s European/South American club kit Any 90s goalie kit but especially LFC/NUFC 95-96 80s domestic club kit 2010s european/international club kit Current PL training kit 90s PL/FL club kit 90s european club kit (apart from Juve with the stars on the shoulders, Fiorentina Nintendo, Ajax, and Inter Ronaldo kits) 2000-2006 domestic club kit 90s home nation international kit Current PL/FL club kit 2006-2017 PL/FL club kit Current home nation international kit 2000-2017 home nation international kit
  18. 1. Crowd reaction vlogs/GlastoFanTV 2. An entire crew washing themselves & hair at the taps. Friday 11.30am 3. 2016 mud 4. 90's football league away shirts 5. Kaiser Cheifs 6. Car Park Blue 12 7. Fried egg boob t-shirts 8. The outside of a tent I want in that precise moment to be inside 9. Huge, gunmetal grey clouds over the Tor and doubtlessly approaching 10. A trolley without one of its wheels
  19. Kali Uchis Octavian Beach House Kaytranada Brockhampton The War on Drugs SZA Young Thug James Blake A2
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    Kendrick Lamar

    Is it unofficial when the Massey don't start?
  21. Nduja

    Kendrick Lamar

    There were a few, all seated I think
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    Kendrick Lamar

    I thought the sound was great in Manchester, watched James Blake from the upper tier and the sound could only be described as big. Then ended up migrating to stage right in the lower for KFK. The crowd really were volleying all the words back at him too
  23. Nduja

    Kendrick Lamar

    Unfortunately no, and now I'm left with a load of insta stories singing along really badly to James Blake
  24. Nduja

    2018 New Music

    Blocboy JB ft. Drake - Look Alive is the record of 2018 thus far
  25. Nduja

    Kendrick Lamar

    I got i got i got Tickets to see him in Manny tonight
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