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On 8/17/2019 at 2:21 AM, Tom Connolly said:

the 1975 UK exclusive curating the lineup themselves 

1975 are playing reading this year which is bigger than All Points East and I think they are more likely for glasto and trnsmt.

 

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3 hours ago, jj200 said:

1975 are playing reading this year which is bigger than All Points East and I think they are more likely for glasto and trnsmt.

 

JJ in sensible post shocker!

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would love a Psych fuzz/stoner rock/Punk Rock day with the likes of 

Tame Impala

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

Fat White Family

Yak

Squid

Parquet Courts

Snapped Ankles

Graveyard 

Thee Oh Sees

Fontaines D.C

Pond

Fidlar

The Chats

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Idles

Truckfighters

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Bass Drum Of Death

Skegss

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1 hour ago, Barnabylike said:

would love a Psych fuzz/stoner rock/Punk Rock day with the likes of 

Tame Impala

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

Fat White Family

Yak

Squid

Parquet Courts

Snapped Ankles

Graveyard 

Thee Oh Sees

Fontaines D.C

Pond

Fidlar

The Chats

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Idles

Truckfighters

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Bass Drum Of Death

Skegss

that would be one AMAZING lineup

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11 hours ago, Barnabylike said:

would love a Psych fuzz/stoner rock/Punk Rock day with the likes of 

Tame Impala

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard

Fat White Family

Yak

Squid

Parquet Courts

Snapped Ankles

Graveyard 

Thee Oh Sees

Fontaines D.C

Pond

Fidlar

The Chats

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Idles

Truckfighters

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Bass Drum Of Death

Skegss

I'd crawl to London for that lineup!

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Could see Wolf Alice topping one of these days if the next album is out in time.

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On 8/20/2019 at 3:07 PM, Hugh Jass said:

Could see Wolf Alice topping one of these days if the next album is out in time.

But sometimes they like to sell tickets rather than give them away.

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1 hour ago, dentalplan said:

But sometimes they like to sell tickets rather than give them away.

If the likes of CATQ and BMTH can headline in 2019 then Wolf Alice certainly can in 2020.

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1 hour ago, Hugh Jass said:

If the likes of CATQ and BMTH can headline in 2019 then Wolf Alice certainly can in 2020.

Those two are much bigger, I'm afraid. Wolf Alice struggled to sell out two nights at Brixton last December and didn't even headline when they played Y Not a few weeks ago. They're at a level where they could sub APE, which is no slight because plenty of decent-sized acts do that.

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28 minutes ago, dentalplan said:

Those two are much bigger, I'm afraid. Wolf Alice struggled to sell out two nights at Brixton last December and didn't even headline when they played Y Not a few weeks ago. They're at a level where they could sub APE, which is no slight because plenty of decent-sized acts do that.

They sold out Ally Pally last year too. I’d attribute the slow Brixton sales to them having played pretty much everywhere in 2017/18.

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Actually, they added a second night at Brixton due to demand, so the first must have gone pretty quickly.

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21 minutes ago, Hugh Jass said:

They sold out Ally Pally last year too. I’d attribute the slow Brixton sales to them having played pretty much everywhere in 2017/18.

The War on Drugs sold out AP before subbing this, and a couple of acts who didn't headline this year have AP shows coming up.

WA seem perfect to sub this. Just don't see the headline gig happening - especially, as you say, given their ubiquity.

1 minute ago, Hugh Jass said:

Actually, they added a second night at Brixton due to demand, so the first must have gone pretty quickly.

Yes I did say 'two nights' in my post. The second one did sell out too but it took a while. I just thought it was relevant because this is a few miles away.

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Wolf alice aren't big enough to headline a 40/50 k capacity festival.

I reckon they'd be second stage headliners though. 

 

I reckon Biffy are in with a shout to headline. Maybe nine inch nails?

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8 hours ago, zahidf said:

Wolf alice aren't big enough to headline a 40/50 k capacity festival.

I reckon they'd be second stage headliners though. 

 

They were, by all accounts, offered the headline slot on the Other at Glastonbury this year. Same as CATQ who headlined.

A successful third album could easily push them up.

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Foals - Bloc Party - Everything Everything

Arcade Fire - Wolf Alice - Sleater-Kinney

Tame Impala - Vampire Weekend - King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard


Biffy Clyro - Belle and Sebastian - The Twilight Sad

The Black Keys - Modest Mouse - Gary Clark Jr


Some predictions for next year's festival, only did 5 of the 6 days as all mine are more guitar focused so imagine other day would be more hip hop/electronic but less knowledgeable of those genres!

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5 minutes ago, JustWanted2Be1OfTheStrokes said:

Does anyone remember when they usually announce acts for APE? 

The BMTH day was great this year and want to go again in 2020 as long as acts are good.

I think the first headliner was announced beginning of November, and the last was at the start of the year I think? Maybe February. It's usually quite spread out. Sometimes you'll wait just two weeks between announcements, other times it'll be two months

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Deftones curating their own lineup similar to Dia De los Deftones in the US would be a lovely time 

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1 hour ago, Andre91 said:

Deftones curating their own lineup similar to Dia De los Deftones in the US would be a lovely time 

Would they get to pick the headliner too?

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I was going to do a list of potential headliners then realised I was just pulling subs and 2nd stage headliners form bigger fests this year.

Other than that though, maybe Foals, Blink 182, Chance, The Rapper, The War On Drugs.

Only band I'd love to see reform but probably not headline is The Walkmen.

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If we are making predictions I say:-

 

Fri -  Childish Gambino / Chvrches / Lizzo / Charlie XCX
   
Sat -  Vampire Weekend / Father John Misty / Haim / Future Islands
   
Sun -  Foals / Bloc Party / Wolf Alice / The Vaccines
   
   
   
Fri -  Lana Del Ray / St Vincent /  Kacey Musgrave / Grimes
   
Sat -  Queens of the stoneage / Pixies / PJ Harvey / Sleaford Mods
   
Sun -  Elbow / Belle and Sebastian / Doves / Ride

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^I'm pretty sure Childish Gambino has said he's "retiring" and already has his last show lined up. Of course he could just be going by Donnie Glover in the future.

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