Posts Tagged ‘Glastonbury

20
Mar
09

2009 Music Festival PR Fever

Actual photograph ;-p

Actual photograph ;-p

Some of this year’s music festivals have decided it’s wise to skip a year in the light of present economics. However others, such as Glastonbury and Bestival are increasing their spend and between them have already secured Neil Young, Kraftwerk, and Massive Attack, according to this promotional item, oh excuse me I mean ‘news report’, from 6 music. “In recent months, festivals from Scotland to the Isle of Wight have been cancelled due to the economic slowdown.”, it states.

Here are how some of the 2009 lineups look so far…

Glastonbury:

Neil Young, Franz Ferdinand, Blur, Bruce Springsteen.
To be confirmed: Crosby Stills and Nash, Lily Allen, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Doves, Emiliana Torrini, Fleet Foxes.

Bestival:

Kraftwerk, Massive Attack, Soulwax/2manydjs, MGMT, Fleet Foxes, Bat for Lashes, Klaxons, Seasick Steve.

ATP Weekends:

The Breeders, Devo, Spiritualized, Beirut, Sleep, M83, Killing Joke, Young Marble Giants, Anti-Pop Consortium, Throwing Muses, Bon Iver, Tricky, Foals, Teenage Fanclub, Holy Fuck.

Isle of Wight Festival:

The Pixies, Neil Young, The Prodigy, The Charlatans, Stereophonics, Basement Jaxx, Pendulum, The Ting Tings.

V Festivals:

The Killers, Oasis, Snow Patrol, Razorlight, Keane, The Specials, Pendulum, MGMT.

Explore further…
BBC News: Festivals spend despite recession
Glastonbury Festival (official site)
glastonburyfest.org (unofficial site)
Bestival
All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP)
Isle of Wight Festival
V Festival
ents24 Festival Guide
eFestivals

03
Sep
08

1997 The Orb at Glastonbury

Spaced in Somerset

Spaced in Somerset


I’ve been quite enjoying the Orb’s current album The Dream, which makes a change from several of their previous releases. So I have to give this posting a quick mention…

“Download a live set recorded at Glastonbury. ..recorded and broadcast by Radio 1, recorded to cassette and transferred/tape hiss removed with Goldwave. I think there’s even a snippet of the late great John Peel at the end, as he used to handle much of Radio 1’s Glastonbury coverage in those days.”

1997-06-28 Glastonbury Festival
01. Majestic
02. A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain that Rules from the Centre of the Ultraworld
03. Little Fluffy Clouds
04. Bedouin
05. Toxygene

Source: The Nomads Tent

26
Dec
06

Peel Video And Request

There’s another ‘make-over’ planned for this site in the new year. I just love to tinker. However, behind the itchy fingers lie the twin desires of original content and building up the amount of Peel files available at any time.

I’ve just added a new video file courtesy of Numpty to http://rapidshare.com/users/HB8PVU/. UKNova folk probably need not apply. Screenshots here.

SUGGESTIONS PLEASE:
So what would you like to see – or not see? What’s good or bad about the site right now?

I’d really like to know what you think!

Thanks in advance :->
Gary
AKA domestic empire

10
Apr
06

Peel: July 2003 – programme 2


No confessional today I’m afraid. I know how much you were enjoying the jaunt into my troubled psyche but you’ll just have to put up with a dusty old copy of the John Peel show for now. Tsk!

2nd July 2003: More Glastonbury highlights in the form of the Flaming Lips and more familiar fun with technology.

Link:
http://rapidshare.de/users/W80LO3

Access code:
johnpeeleveryday

Playlist:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio1/johnpeel/tracklistings/peel_archive_shtml.shtml?20030702




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