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    Ryan Adams

    i mean, that may well be the case, but he has a history of using people in general, and then moving on when he has no more use for them. it's not limited to women. anyone who has followed his non-music life over the years would probably be aware of his highly narcissistic tendencies and being a control freak, so most of this isn't really that surprising.
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    2019 Stage Predictions

    just checked, he subbed on Friday night in 2014 (before Metronomy).
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    2019 Stage Predictions

    he did that a few years ago, probably too big now. could see him at headlining WH or JP instead.
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    Ryan Adams

    he's just announced a tour with Father John Misty, who I wouldn't be surprised has a few skeletons in his closest, as he sings about what a shitty person he is, although it's hard to know where the person ends and the character starts with him.
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    Foals

    i like that. the vocals are a little too low in the mix for my liking though. heard Exits on the radio a few times and it's definitely grown on me.
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    2019 Headliners

    Phoenix and their music is exactly the type of stuff that Coachella loves. upbeat synth-y indie pop. Empire Of The State (remember them?) were on the 2nd line on the poster in 2017 ffs similar one-hit wonders Portugal the Man were the 3rd name on their day last year, ahead of Migos and Cardi B.... e: they're actually called Empire of the Sun, which goes to show how much I've forgotten about them in the 10 years since they've had a hit, yet still manage absurdly high placements at Coachella.
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    Ryan Adams

    Adams being a manipulative prick isn't remotely surprising to be honest. he's long had a history of being an asshole to various people, either romantically involved or not. I used to just assume he was another standard drug-addled, "tortured" artist. After a few years of him being on social media, he seems like an immature, unstable prick.
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    Other Stage

    can't see The Streets as Pyramid sub at all tbh, reformation or not.
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    2019 Headliners

    just checked mine on my phone, 122km (76m) for the 5 days, so not far off you. I'd imagine most people were doing 10miles a day at least!
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    Acts Touring Around Glastonbury 2019

    can you twats take this crap to another thread please?
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    Electronica/Dance

    @Stokesy10 there won't be much hard techno at all unfortunately. get the odd name here and there but it's generally all run-of-the-mill softer stuff. Sunil Sharpe played The Cave a few years ago, Dax J in the Temple, so there's usually the odd thing in The Common in addition to Block9, usually the smaller names. would hope for some Paula Temple, Stanislav Tolkachev, Prurient/Vatican Shadow, Tommy Four Seven, Rodhad, SNTS, Dax J, Blawan/Karenn etc
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    Other Stage

    yes please
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    Acts Touring Around Glastonbury 2019

    No.
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    Acts Touring Around Glastonbury 2019

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    2019 Headliners

    meh, half the Pyramid headline sets are forgotten about fairly quickly. do people talk about Ed Sheeran's 2017 headline set in hushed tones? Coldplay or Muse the previous year? or indeed either of them the previous times they headlined in 2010/2011? Arctic Monkeys 2013? Florence 2015? Mumford? Arcade Fire? Kasabian? etc.... very few Pyramid headline sets are "seminal", and even then, outside of here, most people couldn't give a fuck. A field full of people singing along to big boppers ( and/or bangerz) is generally what most people, including GFL, want.
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