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Maurice Mecca

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  1. As always you are first drawn to the headliners which for me are a little dissapointing and then you scan through the rest of the bill and you see tonnes of things you are excited about and loads of acts who you would like to check out. June cannot come around quick enough now!
  2. Mine skewed also by daughter and wife. I naively thought that if you have a premium family account they could at least split it individually. Only two artists for me in the list, I'll let you work out which ones.
  3. I'd always recommend listening to an album three times before deciding unless it commpletely offends your ears. So many albums are far more rewarding long term when they grow on you, those that are immediately accessible tend to get uninteresting just as quickly.
  4. I think they'd suffer due to the sound quality on the Other stage, feel like they need a more intimate setting. But as I said they are probably too big for Park and JP
  5. And it was beautiful. The sound was phenomenal, literally spinetingling. I think @Mardy mentioned that it was rammed so get there early. Got there late, paid the price. Don't think I've seen it that busy downstairs before. The biggest diappointment for me was they only played for just over an hour, they came on at 9pm finished at approximately 10:10pm. Felt like there was so much more they could have played and was kind of expecting at least a 90 minute set. Especially when you paying north of £40 for a ticket. Most people seemed a bit gutted it was over so soon. Don't want to end on a negative note though, the new material live is phenomenal, I'd love for them to record a "live" studio album of the record. Although the stage is probably too small, can see them as the ideal John Peel or Park stage headliners next year.
  6. I'm going tonight. Having never seen Justin before I'm looking forward to this immensely, more so than any gig for a very long time.
  7. QOTSA summer gig booked through here. Keep up the good work lads.
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    Nick Cave

    Just heading home from the o2 show. Mesmerising. Didn’t feel like you were in an arena, was almost intimate. Phenomenal sound, phenomenal band, one of the best front men in the business with a voice to die for. I never felt they were Glastonbury headline material before. I’ve changed my mind. Jubilee Street live is fucking immense. The songs from Skeleton Tree achingly beautiful. Brilliant Concert.
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    Nick Cave

    Awesome to hear so many positive reactions to this tour. I was worried about him palying the o2 but now I am anticipating it eagerly. Roll on the weekend
  10. I second this. In my opinion they are a perfect Pyramid headliner; great back catalogue, huge fan base and overwhelmingly brilliant live act.
  11. So many photos but for me this selfie which was photobombed by my bestie in the background. The pink table had been home to about 200 different alcohol shots and syringes and water guns etc.. We had a fun afternoon devouring them
  12. I love the fact it's going to be decent weather but how bad are the longdrops going to smell?
  13. Did the guys who brought a kayak to the festival have some kind of premonition?
  14. sticking it on now...
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