Outlines In its second incarnation, the Outlines Festival rocked Sheffield again on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 March, drawing crowds from all over the country. Outlines is the brain-child of the people behind big-sibling Tramlines festival and focuses on bringing the audience a genre-spanning mix of big names and emerging talent.


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Jagwar Ma On the basis of their album, ‘Howlin’ and a few YouTube clips, I must say I was really looking forward to this gig from newcomer Aussie émigré purveyors of revival Madchester indie baggy psyche-rock, Jagwar Ma. I was not disappointed. Any cobwebs on audience members at the start were soon blown away, by the bass vibrations as well as the fab tunes and the infectious urge to dance.


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