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  1. Brave Sir Robin

    Setlist-based Spotify playlist

    What it says in the title - rather than personal picks or Spotify's 'Top Tracks' or whatever, these are the songs each act has actually been playing live most over the past year or two, identified using Setlist.fm and additional Googling. Gives a better indication of what they're going to sound like live IMO. 5 tracks per artist, in poster order (once the poster is with us), otherwise TBCs/SRs/people I'm confident about. It's certainly been an education putting it together, and I hope some of you give it a listen and find it useful: Glastonbury 2016 Previous years: Glastonbury 2015 Glasto 2014 Glasto 2013 Any suggestions for improvements welcome...
  2. Hi guys! Got permission to post my new website here. It allows you save a band's setlist as a Spotify playlist, hopefully you find it useful! I found it useful last year to get familiar with a band's current song lineup before seeing them at a festival. But it's also cool to listen to setlists for gigs that you've been to in the past. Anyway, here's the link: https://setify.co/ I'm actively trying to make it better, so any feedback is appreciated.