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Glastonbury countdown – two days to go: Dance, damn it!

It’s true, I am a slack music blogger. Every year I get all excited about an event, promise much, deliver little and gradually taper out completely until I finally escape to the event shamefaced. Anyway, it’s now just two sleeps til … Continue reading

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Glastonbury (finally)

Ha! Obviously my plans to preview everything I was hoping to see at Glastonbury went horribly awry, and my plans to review it in a timely fashion have gone the same way. I was going to wax on about how the … Continue reading

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Primal Scream, Don’t Fight It, Feel It

Shame – I realised when I got home last night that I had been “that car”. You know, “that car” you sit next to at the lights with a bass boom so loud it’s rattling the side panels; “that car” that turns you instantly into a 70-year-old as you thin… Continue reading

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Big Day Out in words, pics and other people’s videos

The obligatory round-up of the Big Day Out – a truly epic day, despite a catastrophic start to it all and torrential rain at the end. Big thanks to all involved – especially my wonderful friends for making the day spectacular. My hits and highligh… Continue reading

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Primal Scream, Come Together [live in London]

[Final Big Day Out anticipation post] If you aren’t jumping out of your skin with excitement about tomorrow – specifically Primal Scream’s slot at 8.35pm tomorrow – then you should take yourself to task and seriously question your judgment. And if… Continue reading

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Primal Scream, Movin’ On Up

[Big Day Out anticipation post #4] Uh oh, what’s that weather up to? I can’t recall a rainy Big Day Out in recent history, but having endured the great flood of Glastonbury 2005, I reckon I’m up for anything. Embrace that rain – although possibly … Continue reading

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