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(I've updated this so thought I'd pull it out of the main thread). I've made a big Spotify playlist for End of the Road this year, along the lines of one that I usually do for Glastonbury: All the live acts on the lineup, some of the DJs (mainly if they play their own stuff) 3-6 tracks per act depending on billing Key thing is the songs included are those each act has played most often at their recent live shows (pre- and post-lockdown, and in sessions etc). These are mainly identified using Setlist.fm, and sometimes also YouTube and Google (and occasionally just guesswork for the smallest/newest acts). In current circumstances I've also been slotting some new releases straight in where it seems apt, but we should be getting some setlist info again now gigs are returning. Updated weekly or so The aim is to give the best possible preview of each act's set at the festival. Any comments/suggestions for improvements to the format or tracklisting welcome. Enjoy! Recent updated selections for Little Simz, Squid, Black Country, New Road, Dry Cleaning, Altin Gun, PVA, Drug Store Romeos (one of my fave discoveries from doing this) and Fortitude Valley.
Ladies, gentlemen, lurkers, Allow me to present, for your listening and learning pleasure, a special early bird post-fallow year edition of my annual Spotify playlist: Glastonbury 2019! It features all the acts that are confirmed to be playing (when we have some), or likely to be (rated as TBC or 'Strong Rumour' on the lineup page); and for each, the 5 (or 3) songs they've been playing live the most (based on Setlist.fm and additional Googling). Hopefully gives the best taster of what they'll play at the festival. Any comments or suggestions for improvement always welcome. Updates as we get them...
I'm a new member here so first of all... Hi I'm Mark ?. 2019 will be my 6th Glastonbury and if I am totally honest I'm more excited this time around than ever before. (absence has definitely made the heart grow fonder) As I am a bit of an obsessive nerd when it comes to Glasto (and music in general) each year I religiously create myself a Glastonbury Playlist on Spotify. This year however I thought I would do things a little differently and create a playlist for each stage/area so I can discover lots of new/diverse artists before arriving through the gates, and to also appreciate the magnitude of the lineup. As I don't want my efforts to go to waste, here are the links below. Almost every act in the line up releases have been added to each playlist. As more areas and acts are confirmed I will create the final few playlists. Silverhayes BBC Introducing Field of Avalon The Common Shangri-la The Glade West Holts Stage Acoustic Stage They also might give those who haven't been before an idea of what music to expect in each area / on each stage. If one person finds this useful than this post would have been worth it. (im not sure whether the hyperlinks will work so you may have to copy and paste) [EDIT: sorry I just noticed the other playlist thread] Enjoy and see you in the fields. Mark