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  1. Green Man Rising longlist is out: https://www.greenman.net/line-up/rising/ https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdOLnQjoi68dR1D7daQDCGAKpZTIhI6I-c9gUe2GL1y8wCqEA/viewform
  2. He's not on the line-up page either and wasn't mentioned in the tweets, but it doesn't look like they've replaced the graphic on Twitter. Tom Cox is on the line-up but not that graphic above so maybe he couldn't do it after all.
  3. Latest Sudan Archives tour dates graphic has reverted to 1st-4th for EOTR, so that's an un-self-confirm.
  4. I should stress that when I said I'd been through every act, all the self-confirmations are given above but there's also some who are definitely elsewhere over some of the four days that I had to work around. There's a couple that could swap round (Scalping/Part Chimp especially) and it may be they can squeeze in one or two more but that seems broadly likely to me, considering things like Loud & Quiet's usual Sunday Big Top takeover.
  5. So, inspired by @lessthanwill1's attempt at a Green Man prospective clashfinder, I've trawled through every act's tour dates and come up with this: https://clashfinder.com/s/eotr2022/ Only three acts fewer announced than last year's full bill, you may notice.
  6. Lucy Dacus on Sunday NewDad on Saturday (Also, was anyone else aware that Automotion are Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit's son's band?)
  7. If anything it'd be as bad, as it'd not only clash with End Of The Road and Manchester Psych Fest but a lot of kids go back to school that week. The best move would be to dial expectations/size back down to last year's levels but I don't know how they do that and save face.
  8. From the website (but not yet their social media, despite having last posted to Facebook six days ago) Funny how only certain specific festivals are falling victim to "ongoing COVID ramifications", especially given this one took place last year while there were still restrictions in place.
  9. New black midi album in July (but no exact day on the tour dates): https://pitchfork.com/news/black-midi-announce-new-album-hellfire-and-tour-share-song-listen/
  10. They don't have any dates announced between the end of their European tour in the first week of July and Australia in mid-November. It's more likely they're on a promise for 2023 and are still on EOTR's IG watch list - although I now note it's actually from Lenker's own account...
  11. Live footage of Steam Down, Emma-Jean Thackray and Alabaster dePlume appeared on BBC Four's documentary about the new jazz scene last night. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m001770s/jazz-uk-spitting-fire
  12. Yeah, that was me - as with Sudan Archives, that the story had a specific date for other festivals made me think they were doing the same for EOTR.
  13. Keg on Thursday, according to the press release for their new EP.
  14. Wonder if that confirms they'll be taking that Idles/Fontaines/Dry Cleaning Big Top headliner slot.
  15. Lauren Down (MD, essentially second in command of the festival) on a podcast: https://alexandjudetalk.buzzsprout.com/1950296/10500701-alex-and-jude-talk-festivals
  16. Due to "Covid's ongoing impact on customer confidence & ticket sales", which were of course of no concern whatsoever when they revealed the day splits exactly one month earlier, or indeed to a lot of other festivals in May. The response to the tweet has been one like and four refund demands.
  17. GM tweeted to a couple who asked that he has health issues but they hope to have him over next year.
  18. The lineup page seems to claim it'll be their first proper gig back (they played some songs - here's one - at the launch of one of Kate's art installations at the end of last year), though Kate says on her IG there may be warm-ups. From what I can make out it's seemingly just Kate and Dorian now and they're working on new stuff, which may be why it feels like a very low-key relaunch right now.
  19. Not as far as I can see, using the original graphic, the lineup page and Ctrl+F. Though they have moved a few names around.
  20. So of the 22 acts @lessthanwill1 predicted nine days ago, none are on the new announcement.
  21. Tune-Yards Mary Lattimore Donny Benét Carwyn Ellis & Rio18 w/BBC National Orchestra of Wales Nia Archives Sofia Kourtesis Nathan Fake (live) Penelope Isles Ural Thomas & The Pain El Goodo The Long Blondes (wait, what?) Charles Watson Art School Girlfriend Ethan P. Flynn John Mouse Honeyglaze Mandrake Handshake Rhodri Davies Cerys Hafana Eli Smart Bonnie Kemplay Joe & The Shitboys
  22. While we wait, I've been through the bulk of the official sites and gathered a few more self-confirmed days (for newcomers, we're assuming Beach House headline Friday, Kiwanuka Saturday and Kraftwerk Sunday): Thu: Metronomy, Yves Tumor Fri: Low, Mdou Moctar, Planningtorock, Modern Nature, Bess Atwell, Lucy Gooch Sat: Bicep, Arooj Aftab, Torres, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Willie J Healey Sun: Ty Segall If anyone's going to try and put together a prospective line-up, be aware that Orchestra Baobab, The Murder Capital and Indigo De Souza are elsewhere on Saturday, while Arab Strap and WITCH are likewise for Sunday.
  23. Xenia Rubinos Saturday, Part Chimp Sunday
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