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September 11, 2019

 Photo: Dean Harries (WeTheDee)

With the torrential horrors that was yesterday's weather having now passed, the late summer sun shines down on a wet, but grateful Fernhill Farm this morning. However, within the shadows of the PX3, it feels like the odious weather has remained, with Sugar Horse (8) conjuring an atmosphere that’s akin to that of a hurricane. Effortlessly showcasing their perfect knowledge of both timbre and juxtaposition, the Bristo...

September 1, 2019

Photo: Dean Harries

It’s 11am, artisan coffee is being consumed en-mass and in true ArcTanGent fashion, the iron skies above have opened. With that in consideration, it seems to be the perfect environmental backdrop for the desolate beauty of A.A Williams (8). Sorrowful and ponderously ghostly, Williams and her backing collective perfectly embody the gathering storm outside the Arc stage, providing the ideal soundtrack for the sobering bleakness o...

 Photo: James Bridle

It's been a wild one at Donington Park this year but sadly all good things come to an end and the final day of Download 2018 dawns and people are struggling out of their tents for one last day capped off by the mighty Ozzy Osbourne.

If you where to ask any act who has previously played either tent at 11am on Sunday, the chances are the tale told might not be a positive one. It’s the final day, it’s already blisteringly hot...

Photo: Caitiln Mogridge

Attempting to ease hangovers this morning are Texans Whiskey Myers (6) who play a Southern-fried take on bluesy, country rock. It’s easy, inoffensive listening but still packs a decent wallop; the band pack some seriously bluesy riffs into their easygoing rock’n’roll. People clearly like being eased into their Saturday morning too - punters are strewn across the grass, basking in the glorious sunshine the day has also bough...

 Photo: Paulo Gonçalves

Opening a stage at any festival regardless of its size and stature can be a daunting and towering challenge, even more so when you’re responsible for opening the main stage at the one and only Download Festival. Luckily, Boston Manor (8) both rise to the opportunity and smash it, showcasing their take on pop-punk tinged alt rock with confidence and finesse. Despite the act being atypically associated with the undergrou...

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