One of the finest vocals we’ve found from Glastonbury so far comes from the phenomenal Violet Skies, an artist who has been sadly overlooked in a lot of the reflective coverage of Glastonbury 2014. ‘Patience’ showcases the great voice on offer from the act, accompanied by a beat that compliments the vocals while it builds throughout the song into something that will definitely get you moving. But let’s not focus too much on the music – the performance itself is […]
While at Glastonbury, Nick Mulvey found some time between opening the Pyramid Stage on Saturday and checking out the rest of the festival to play a nice little acoustic track for the BBC, backstage in the BBC Music Teepee. This acoustic track, ‘Fever To The Form’, sounds absolutely beautiful and is one of the sweetest listens we’ve found from Glastonbury 2014 so far! It’d be a shame if anybody were to miss hearing it – so to avoid that shame, […]
Kagoule gave a rousing performance of ‘Glue’ at Glastonbury last weekend, blending a feeling of detached tranquility with a muscular energy that was almost Nirvana-like in its volatility. And that chorus hook is straight out of the Graham Coxon book of guitar riffery, circa 1992’s ‘Modern Life Is Rubbish’. It begins unassumingly, but it grows to something with so much potential that it’s sad that Kagoule didn’t exploit this energy further. Hopefully Kagoule will make a return to Worthy Farm […]
Glastonbury 2014 is upon us and, like that, music fans from across the globe will be making the pilgrimage to Worthy Farm to see their favourite acts. But beyond these acts, there are a lot of fantastic new artists this year who have the chance to make a huge impact. Here are our top ten to see at the festival this year.
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