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  1. Inspired by the 2020 headliners thread, what would be your dream Glasto? As in, I want a full on massive list of your favourite acts and where you think they'd best fit in at your dream festival. Obviously this will be clash central, and you'd never be able to see everyone, so I'm giving everyone the ability to teleport to different locations instantaneously, and the ability to split into multiple versions of themselves so they can see 2, 3 4 or even 5 acts at a time. And since we're being ridiculous, why not give you the ability to include acts that no longer exist or have died (although personally I'm going to try and limit myself on that one). Here's mine. I've gone for groupings of similar artists on the same stages on the same day: Pyramid Friday Saturday Sunday Pixies Foo Fighters Sigur Ros Sonic Youth Smashing Pumpkins The Jesus & Mary Chain Aphex Twin Black Keys Arcade Fire Modest Mouse Breeders White Stripes Pavement LCD Soundsystem Yeah Yeah Yeahs Dinosaur Jr Pearl Jam The Walkmen Beck Queens of the Stone Age Santigold Other Friday Saturday Sunday Bon Iver Biggie Smalls Nirvana PJ Harvey Eminem Weezer Belle & Sebastian Dre Blink-182 British Sea Power Mobb Deep NOFX Arab Strap Sugar Hill Gang Rancid Teenage Fanclub Nas Black Flag Frightened Rabbit Gil Scott Heron Misfits West Holts Friday Saturday Sunday The Specials Joy Division Rage Against The Machine Madness Stone Roses Incubus The Beat The Smiths Sublime Toots & The Maytals Talking Heads Operation Ivy The Selecter Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Ray Charles Songhoy Blues Bob Dylan Johnny Cash John Peel Tent Friday Saturday Sunday Death From Above 1979 Fugazi Nick Cave Foals Gerry Cinnamon Ian Dury & The Blockheads Glassjaw The Shins Raconteurs Fontaines DC Jose Gonzalez James Drenge Pip Blom Leonard Cohen The Park Friday Saturday Sunday Fleetwood Mac Red Hot Chilli Peppers Libertines Florence & the Machine The Frames Undertones Amy Winehouse I Am Kloot Beastie Boys The Hives Daughter Wolfmother Stiff Little Fingers HAIM Wolf Alice I’m not massively knowledgeable on electronic music at all, although I do really enjoy it. That means my line-up for Arcadia is a bit of a mish mash and also short, while below that I’ve just put a list of electronic artists I enjoy in the SE corner. Arcadia Friday Saturday Sunday Fatboy Slim Daft Punk New Order Prodigy Massive Attack Chemical Brothers Carl Cox Portishead Moby SE Corner Bonobo Alan Fitzpatrick Don Diablo Mr Belt & Wezol Late Of The Pier Sigala Syn Cole Dauwd Metronomy Metric Crystal Castles Avicii El Choop Pang! Now go ahead and slate my lineup or make your own.
  2. MINETY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018 Shortlisted at the UK Festival Award 2017 (Best New Festival category), Minety Music Festival is a family friendly 'not for profit' festival, run entirely by volunteers. Visit our website: www.minetyfestival.co.uk to find out all the big news and line-up announcements. Tickets available online now!
  3. From the album: Reading Posters

    Fake poster for Reading and Leeds 2014. Made 15/01/2014
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