Wow and i thought i couldnt be more jel ffsAnother year of the absolute best ever lunacy you can get down on the farm. The place just delivers every single time man. Too much to go through but just watching back The xx set (with tears in my eyes) and my god. When Jamie xx knocked in Orbital Belfast and then it went into On Hold. I actually came in my shorts. Pure musical heaven in a place i'd like heaven to be exactly like.
Spent Wednesday night in the Downlow and meat rack. Meat rack in particular amazing where i can vaguely mind an impromptu sit down happening. Spent Saturday and Sunday between Bloc 9did anyone hang out at bloc 9? downlow? I miss Robder's reviews!
big shout out to the 9 times crewSpent Wednesday night in the Downlow and meat rack. Meat rack in particular amazing where i can vaguely mind an impromptu sit down happening. Spent Saturday and Sunday between Bloc 9
and the Temple in The Common, which had tripled in size this year. What a venue man. Trying to get into the downlow was ridiculous from pretty much 2am Fr/Sat/Sun with road block queues constantly so only got in there once again all weekend. Rumour had it if you walked up to the desk and showed yer todger you got to skip the queue Genosis Saturday i can recall seeing Heidi, Cab Drivers and some of Steffi n Virginia. Jackmaster was just bopping around in the crowd as well that night. I just get too excited about it when i try to type it all and can't really put it all into words haha so much goes on. You come away from Glastonbury, look back on it all and it just seems a beautiful jumbled mess and you can't quite believe what actually happened over the 5 days. It was my 9th time and i never come away bored of it. Really is gonna be hard next year it being off.
I always think anything specific that you want to see at Glastonbury gets diluted. Watching your fav band/dj there is never as good as it is at their own gig, because it's not solely their crowd. Doesn't mean it's not great, but it is different. It's why I usually come away every time with my 'best bit' being something random, that I wouldn't expect to have enjoyed, or paid to go see in real life. The stuff you make a beeline for, that you're a fan of, usually (but not always tbf) ends up being a less rewarding experience.BIG let down at Glastonbury this year though, the lovebullets tent. Seemed so out of place just plonked at the side of the Glade almost.
thought it was a waste of time having it running all day too, it was absolutely dead during the day over the weekend, only picked up later on when it just go out of control.BIG let down at Glastonbury this year though, the lovebullets tent. Seemed so out of place just plonked at the side of the Glade almost. The Elrow days were road blocks, could hardly get near the tent. They woulda been better having the actual Elrow thing in the Glade stage. Sunday during Seth Troxler as well the tent was surrounded by police and security and totally killed the vibe. The word was there was meant to be a BIG fight going on or something but nothing happened. Once the police left me and my mates went back inside the tent to find little bags of nonsense everywhere. People had dropped their stashes thinking they were obviously gonna get raided. It was all so bizarre but made for a very eventful Sunday into Monday