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Where
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30 June

“For a festival in its first year the combination of these obstacles, as well as a key investment failing to come through, has made it impossible for us to go ahead.” Organisers than thanked everyone for their support, adding that they are sad the festival was “not able to go ahead in such a fantastic […]

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30 June

The annual South By Southwest festival – better known these days as SXSW – will expand to Australia next year, marking the first time in the event’s 36-year history that an international edition will be held. Since its launch in 1987, SXSW has grown exponentially; this year’s edition, for example, ran for 10 days across […]

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28 June

If anyone knows about life on the road, it’s Fontaines D.C. The Dublin band have picked up and maintained a breathless pace, releasing three albums in four years and seldom pausing tours to soak it all in. Back at Glastonbury to play the Other Stage after their 2019 debut in the John Peel tent (having […]

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27 June

Yungblud debuted a new song during his Glastonbury set over the weekend – watch ‘Tissues’ below. READ MORE: The NME Big Read – Yungblud: “This album is about reclaiming my name and humanising the caricature” The Doncaster-born vocalist and guitarist (real name Dominic Harrison) took to the John Peel Stage on Sunday (June 26) to deliver an 11-song […]

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27 June

This year’s Glastonbury Festival represents a significant milestone in getting back to where we once belonged. And festival bosses Michael and Emily Eavis certainly rise to the occasion, laying on the youngest-ever headliner in Gen-Z icon Billie Eilish and the oldest-ever headline in Sir Paul McCartney; a pandemic-delayed 50th birthday bash for the greatest music festival […]

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26 June

There’s a magnetism about the Houston Hot Girl’s performances: once you see one, you want to see them over and over again. In recent years, Megan Thee Stallion has become a rapper, whose speedy rise to the top filled with cocky lyrics and boisterous flows made her the trailblazer she’s always meant to be. 2019’s […]

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25 June

While the Pyramid Stage fills for Billie Eilish’s high-octane energy, Little Simz is bringing a more subtle kind of catharsis. If Lenny Henry was concerned about Glastonbury’s diversity, he wouldn’t be particularly comforted by the crowd at the West Holts tonight (June 25), but the atmosphere still feels like something of a family reunion — […]

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23 June

Bastille played a secret set at Glastonbury 2022 tonight (June 23), backed by the 10-piece brass band Ol’ Dirty Brasstards. The band were the surprise guests on the William’s Green stage and performed after festival founder Michael Eavis’ traditional covers set. “Tonight we are Brasstille and the Brasstards… or something,” Bastille frontman Dan Smith joked […]

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23 June

Download Festival Japan has revealed Brazilian metallers Soulfly and hardcore punks Code Orange will complete the lineup for this year’s edition of the festival. Soulfly and Code Orange will join Dream Theater, Bullet For My Valentine, Mastodon, Steel Panther, At The Gates and The Halo Effect at the Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Center in Chiba on […]

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21 June

Steve Carell has announced a special screening of the new Minions film at this week’s Glastonbury Festival. The film sees Carell reprise his role as loveable villain Gru in the hugely successful franchise, which has now produced its second Minions spin-off title alongside three Despicable Me movies – with Despicable Me 4 expected to arrive […]

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