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Live: Glastonbury 2016 – Mud, Brexit and All-English Headliners

Described by festival founder Michael Eavis as the muddiest ever Glastonbury, revellers can at least be thankful that the rain was largely kept at bay during the four festival days, although a torrential spell during Friday, a good downpour over that night, and some drizzle here and there over the remaining days ensured Worthy Farm’s famous mud was kept topped up. Hell, this year’s edition is probably just as memorable and mentioned for its sludge-like mud as for any of the bands, the resulting substance described by one as a kind of chocolate mousse. Attendees can also be thankful for...

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Festival: Glastonbury 2016: Extended Line-up Released

Following the slow release of headline act names over the last month or so, an extended line-up for this year’s Glastonbury Festival has been announced today. So for those signing the petition against Coldplay headlining Glastonbury’s famous Pyramid Stage for a historic fourth time, questioning the superstar appeal of Adele on Saturday night or unaware of the genius that is the Muse live show, there are a plethora of musical acts that can divert your attention in addition to the non-music areas Glastonbury is famous for such as the Circus field, the Unfairground, the mysteriously hidden Piano Bar and of...

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Feature: PopShot – A Year In Pop

I love rock music. And I love shooting rock shows. Let me get that out of the way first. I’ve been a gig-goer for twenty years but have only been photographing gigs since around 2009, and as a rock music fan I mostly went to rock and guitar-band shows. But I always like to think I have an open mind and a broad sense of adventure, particularly when it comes to music. I would say I have at least one favourite track or piece in most music genres with a soft spot for cheesy pop music, having grown up...

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Live: Coldplay @ The IndigO2

They played the Super Bowl 50 halftime show in Santa Clara, California at the start of the month alongside Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson to a televised audience of some 200 million. They won the NME Godlike Genius Award at last week’s NME awards and played a short set that night at London’s Brixton Academy venue for the ceremony. And tonight, Coldplay won Best British Band at the 2016 Brit Awards, their fourth such award, following an explosive performance of latest single Hymn For The Weekend at London’s O2 Arena in front of a room of their peers as well...

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