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That's my birthday weekend that is

Can thoroughly recommend it. Then come stay here the day after for a decent bed and shower :)

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I'm such a f***ing gobs***e I was looking for glamping options which means despite 15 years in Ireland I am still a middle aged english t***.

 

I'll talk myself into this yet tho

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I'm such a f***ing g******* I was looking for glamping options which means despite 15 years in Ireland I am still a middle aged english t***.

 

I'll talk myself into this yet tho

Got a tent you’re welcome to borrow if you don’t want to bring one over. Green Man 3 years ago was the last time it got used :)

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I may well take you up on that, thanks that's a great offer though for me the bigger thing is staying in one, I could probably do a night either side at yours so yeah I'm pretty likely to do this.

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Saw Mick Head and the red elastic band on friday, with a scouse band called psycho comedy, who were pretty good.

 

up coming:

 

Audience with vic and bob in leeds

supergrass in leeds

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Went to see Gruff Rhys last night at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff. Gig was connected to the 6 Music Independent Venue Week so it was free (bucket donation to Children In Need) and they turned it into a local band showcase with another 7 bands. Music ranged from a Craig David-lite, to an ex-pat Canadian playing Bluegrass to a young female rock band called Panic Shack 

 

The way they did it worked really well. The venue's got 2 rooms so they split the bands over both rooms, so within 5 mins of a band finishing in one room the next one started in the other room. Meant we saw music pretty much continuously from 1830 to Gruff finishing just before midnight.

 

Gruff was excellent - played the whole of Pang plus a load of stuff from his other albums and a couple of songs that I think dated from Ffa Coffi Pawb, the band that pre-dated the Super Furries. That gig meant that Gruff's played Clwb in various guises in each of the last 5 decades, which makes me feel really f***ing old.

 

I may well take you up on that, thanks that's a great offer though for me the bigger thing is staying in one, I could probably do a night either side at yours so yeah I'm pretty likely to do this.

You'd be very welcome - just get yourself a blow-up mattress and you'll be fine :)

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Saw Mick Head and the red elastic band on friday, with a scouse band called psycho comedy, who were pretty good.

 

up coming:

 

Audience with vic and bob in leeds

supergrass in leeds

How was Mick sounding Al?

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I must be in a minority but I was disappointed with the Green Man line up. Headliners don't have the same gravitas as previous years. Caribou are great and I can see the appeal of Michael Kiwanuka, but Little Dragon and Mac Demarco?

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I must be in a minority but I was disappointed with the Green Man line up. Headliners don't have the same gravitas as previous years. Caribou are great and I can see the appeal of Michael Kiwanuka, but Little Dragon and Mac Demarco?

 

I'm with you. It's not as good as previous years.

That said I would love to see Michael Kiwanuka. His album 'Kiwanuka' is my favourite album from last year.

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I must be in a minority but I was disappointed with the Green Man line up. Headliners don't have the same gravitas as previous years. Caribou are great and I can see the appeal of Michael Kiwanuka, but Little Dragon and Mac Demarco?

I'm not particularly arsed about the headliners, I wouldn't go out of my way to watch any of them - as was the case last year. I'm excited about Gruff Rhys, Lankum, This Is The Kit, Nap Eyes, Lucinda WIlliams, (Sandy) Alex G, Ty Segall, LUMP (especially if they do some Laura Marling solo stuff) and Richard Dawson.

 

As usual some of the most enjoyable stuff last year was on the stages that aren't even covered by that lineup.

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https://www.allpointseastfestival.com/

 

Good line up all weekend actually.

 

Booked tickets for the Sunday :)

 

If you're booking through the official website it gives you the choice of two vendors - the first one - axs.co.uk is a bit cheaper than the other one as they don't charge a delivery fee on top of the booking fee like the second one does.

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Going to see Warmduscher in Cardiff in April, not really listened to them but they're supposed to be amazing live.

Got tickets for that as well.

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Dare we meet? Or just keep the fantasy alive?

I’m just as big a t*** in real life. Happily buy you a beer though

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