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1 minute ago, mpdow2 said:

Any last minute recommendations:

I have Sinead O Brien, Goat Girl, PVA,Swim School, Dream Wife, Squid, Holly Humberstone,  on list at the moment   

bdrmm are really good if you have a liking for shoegaze / dream pop. Someone on here recommended them a few weeks back and theyve ended up being one of the acts im most looking forward too - Thanks whoever it was! 

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21 minutes ago, bethannny said:

A member of our group just got pinged to isolate.

I'm not leaving my flat before I leave for the festival now. Outside bad.

Focusing on the pure joy that will be Hot Chip in the tent on Friday.

I loved Wolf Alice's new album but the appeal of 'I feel better' might be too much

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4 minutes ago, lemons said:

I loved Wolf Alice's new album but the appeal of 'I feel better' might be too much

I can already hear the intro to Huarache Lights. From the very beginning that tent will be bouncing and I'm getting emotional just thinking about it.  

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10 minutes ago, lemons said:

I loved Wolf Alice's new album but the appeal of 'I feel better' might be too much

Awful clash. The 2 artists I wanna see most on the lineup. Hot Chip was my last gig before the world went to shit, and Hurache Lights kicking in is gonna be something special, but it has to be Wolf Alice for me. New albums just too good.

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Just now, big hog said:

Sad to miss Hot Chip but hopefully there'll be End of the Road for that later in the year.

Good luck to everyone trying to dodge covid isolation for the last few days. Hang in there!

Thaat's my exact solution. WA at Latitude and Hot Chip at EoTR (hopefully).

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2 minutes ago, gibble said:

How packed is the tent likely to be for Hot Chip?

I really want to go but not sure my wife will be up for it if it's a sardine like situation in there!

Based on the photos of silverstone this weekend and like download, crowds are definitely less dense than before i think. No sardine situation

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3 minutes ago, gibble said:

How packed is the tent likely to be for Hot Chip?

I really want to go but not sure my wife will be up for it if it's a sardine like situation in there!

Even for headliners that tent is never normally FULL. Head to either side and you'll find space

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20 minutes ago, TheFullShaboo said:

bdrmm are really good if you have a liking for shoegaze / dream pop. Someone on here recommended them a few weeks back and theyve ended up being one of the acts im most looking forward too - Thanks whoever it was! 

Agree. I’d never heard them before that and in the absence of Diiv touring this year they’re a definite for me

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23 minutes ago, mpdow2 said:

Any last minute recommendations:

I have Sinead O Brien, Goat Girl, PVA,Swim School, Dream Wife, Squid, Holly Humberstone,  on list at the moment   

Probably at the risk of repeating myself here, and given what you've listed : Dry Cleaning, Working Men's Club, Los Bitchos, Big Joanie, VLURE, bdrmm.

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9 minutes ago, balthazarstarbuck said:

Awful clash. The 2 artists I wanna see most on the lineup. Hot Chip was my last gig before the world went to shit, and Hurache Lights kicking in is gonna be something special, but it has to be Wolf Alice for me. New albums just too good.

Horrible clash. Still no idea what to do. Leaning towards Wolf Alice just to mix the headliners up a bit with the Chems next night. Strike a good balance.

I wish Hot Chip played longer sets / mixed it up a bit. They have easily enough bangers to play for 2 hours but their sets seems to be the same 12 songs neatly packed into 70 minutes which I have now seen about 5 times :). 

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23 minutes ago, mpdow2 said:

Horrible clash. Still no idea what to do. Leaning towards Wolf Alice just to mix the headliners up a bit with the Chems next night. Strike a good balance.

Bringing together the 2 strands of the discussion here - vax safety and schedules - while the weather stays fine I’ll be erring on the side of the outdoor stages in the event of a clash dilemma. In the Wolf Alice v Hot Chip clash though I’d go see WA even if they were indoors. If the Glasto Livestream is anything to go by they’ve progressed so much during lockdown they’re almost unrecognisable. I’m not usually y a headliner fan but they’re my No 1 target ahead of anyone lower down/on smaller stages

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7 minutes ago, mpdow2 said:

Horrible clash. Still no idea what to do. Leaning towards Wolf Alice just to mix the headliners up a bit with the Chems next night. Strike a good balance.

 

Good shout but my best hoody Iwas gonna take is my hot chip one. Nightmare clashes what a beautiful problem to have 😉

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I'm meant to be off to London this evening for Black Midi but with it being the 'first night out' back from lockdown I'm slightly worried about how packed travel might me on trains/ tubes. Luckily I've had both jabs but really don't want to catch it and miss out on this weekend.

Really unsure how to play it.

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5 minutes ago, theesundayroast said:

I'm meant to be off to London this evening for Black Midi but with it being the 'first night out' back from lockdown I'm slightly worried about how packed travel might me on trains/ tubes. Luckily I've had both jabs but really don't want to catch it and miss out on this weekend.

Really unsure how to play it.

One (admittedly excellent) gig vs missing out on a whole weekend of music, food and other stuff. I'd definitely be staying home personally.

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16 minutes ago, theesundayroast said:

I'm meant to be off to London this evening for Black Midi but with it being the 'first night out' back from lockdown I'm slightly worried about how packed travel might me on trains/ tubes. Luckily I've had both jabs but really don't want to catch it and miss out on this weekend.

Really unsure how to play it.

I was meant to be seeing Katherine Ryan at a local theatre on Wednesday but have decided to avoid it and see her at Latitude instead, I just daren't risk getting pinged so close to the event 

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