Y Not Festival 2018 After losing a battle with the Great British Summer™ in 2017, Y Not Festival rolled into 2018 with a main-stage line up so compellingly star-studded that it seemed like a shoe-in for redemption this time around. Reverend and the Makers, Razorlight, Manic Street Preachers, The Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen, The Kaiser Chiefs, The Wombats and Jamiroquai topped the billing, supported by a solid cast of acts across six stages and four days.


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THEBAND Cool music, lovely people, real ale, steam trains, sun...sun...even more sun...wouldn’t the country be a better place if it was run by the good folk behind Indietracks and the bands who played? Yes, yes it would. MJ Hibbert would be Secretary of State for Education, Hidden Cameras would be in charge of the armed forces and Gruff Rhys would be Prime Minister, although given his wonderfully laid back drawl and thoughtful pondering Prime Minister’s Question Time may well last a week.


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The Magic Numbers As the lights dimmed, violins strummed and the particularly dapper Magic Numbers made their way to the stage to serve the small band of seated fans up an acoustic treat, it seemed that the venue, the artists and the set they were about to embark on, were the perfect marriage. Nice one promoters. What immediately strikes you with the softly, well-spoken Numbers is their angelic, somewhat perfect three-way harmonies. Haunting and mesmerising are two adjectives which spring to mind.


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The Vaselines Here at GigJunkies we're lucky-so-and-so's as we get to go to some fantastic events and festivals. IndieTracks is just one of those events. Spanning 3-days in July 2012, just about when we were having truly biblical amounts of rain, I got the chance to shoot some of the best bands in the world of indie music. And I got to see some beautiful choo-choos, too. Result. I hope that you like what I saw...


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