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Festivals: if you'd like us to continue to promote your event to our 650,000 monthly readers you'll need to give a helping hand.
Festival-Goers: if every visitor in just one day donated just £2, that would provide funding for a whole year.

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  1. YES! Jamie Fucking Lenman!
  2. Really happy to see Ed The Dog on the BBC Introducing line up. I saw them supporting Circa Waves last year and got the bass line from Yes Men stuck in my head for about six weeks.
  3. I didn't get it at all to start with, I thought it was just stoner pop for bored teenagers. But I stuck with it and listened to the album, and then it clicked... and wow did it click! She's now my number 1 must see at the festival this year. Wherever she plays it will be rammed, I just need to make sure I avoid the bass trap, that's going to be painful.
  4. The dream is over... now facing resale levels of anxiety over tickets for the XOYO gig.
  5. I have to agree on the Anteros album, the older tracks are the weakest part. What have they done to Breakfast? It sounds like they tried to re-record the songs despite being really bored of them. But... the Lucy Rose album is something really special. My word.
  6. This is quite literally a recurring nightmare I have. Once it turned out alright (for me) and Taylor Swift was one of the headliners, but another time the only band I'd heard of was Hadouken! One of the things I love about Glastonbury is that period between April-June where I discover loads of new bands, and end up front row singing along.
  7. You have to add Dagny to that list. Love You Like That is a tremendous pop song!
  8. This post spurred me on to get my ticket. Milton Keynes direct to the festival cost £58 in both 2017 and 2016, it now costs £83. Seems a little excessive, especially considering the state of the coaches (in 2017 the coach home had the heating stuck on full blast, in June).
  9. 2010 Saturday afternoon - The National vs Marina & The Diamonds vs Biffy Clyro vs Blood Red Shoes. Chose Marina as she was on the John Peel, and I needed a break from the sun. Still sore I missed the High Violet heavy set from The National.
  10. Caught this band supporting INHEAVEN last year during Independent Venue Week and became a big fan. This is their first EP and it's pretty great. Definite early Wolf Alice vibes. I'm seeing them again in a couple of weeks, but would love to see them pop up on either Williams Green or early John Peel.
  11. I second this message. The singles she's released over the past few years take up a large part of the record, but there's still some brilliant new stuff on there and the last three tracks are superb. Watching her set on the John Peel was a highlight of 2017, so I'm really glad the record holds up.
  12. I decided to watch the first few acts... cut to 3:15am and I watched the entire thing. A really good mix of bands I got to see (including the awkward moment Dua Lipa stood on the barrier directly in front of me), and acts I missed due to clashes.
  13. The album seems to be an EP's worth of material, stretched out over 58 minutes. 5 songs interspersed with aimless lounge jazz noodling and jarring vocoder effects.
  14. AOTY for me is easy... Now, Now - Saved Considering I thought they'd split up, I got pretty emotional when they announced new music. Think Death Cab For Cutie meets Carly Rae Jepsen.
  15. Went to see Another Sky this evening, and they were really something! My only complaint was they played for 30 minutes, then ended with no warning. Felt a little contractual... but still, when they were on, mind blowing!
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