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36 New Artists Confirmed For 2000 Trees Festival 2020!

26/2/2020

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February 10, 2020

Arranged by third-year music students at the University of South Wales, Immersed! Festival offered an insight into the wonderful music scene of Cardiff. The organisers honoured Cardiff’s musical landmarks, offering attendees a chance to relive their days at Gwdihw Cafe Bar or their halcyon nights on Womanby Street.  

Tramshed’s Waiting Room was transformed with relics from Gwdihw and adorned with sofas and beanbags. Upstairs, the cocktail bar was...

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

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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: Dean Harries (WeTheDee)

The UK's best small festival came to town (or more accurately, a muddy field in Bristol) for its 2019 outing featuring arguably its best lineup ever, if not the best weather forecast. Punters have been arriving in droves since Wednesday night and with more on the way today, five thousand people will be descending on Fernhill Farm for a weekend of post-rock, math-rock, noise rock, extreme metal and absolutely everythi...

August 6, 2019

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Opening with ‘Ecstacy’, the four-piece from Sweden, Normandie (8), immediately got a pit going. Combining unusual synths with big riffs and catchy choruses, Normandie’s sound made their set really enjoyable. A large majority of their audience knew their lyrics, and Normadie were all bouncing around the stage as they played. Frontman Philip Strand worked the crowd easily, getting them to jump and sing at his command. Since the r...

July 31, 2019

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Bristolian singer/songwriter Gaz Brookfield’s (8.5) vibe fit perfectly with the Forest Stage’s intimate setting. His songs were perfectly crafted stories, capturing the attention of his audience. Technical issues prompted Brookfield to head into the middle of the crowd after one song, resulting in a huge singalong. From the amusing ‘The Diabetes Blues’ to the sombre ‘Tale of Gunner Haines’, Brookfield’s set and chatter between...

July 30, 2019

This year was a monumental one Slam Dunk. For its 13th year, organisers had scrapped the Midlands date and took its first step to develop North from a multi-venue city event to a fully-fledged outdoor festival in Temple Newsam Park, matching South’s move from The Hatfield Forum to Hatfield Park last year. The big move did spark some apprehension amongst North attendees, fretting over transport, weather and the general functionality of the festiva...

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Bristol math rock three-piece Sœur’s (7.5) first set of the weekend was colossal. The harmonies of vocalist/guitarists Tina Maynard and Anya Pulver were hauntingly beautiful, a perfect juxtaposition with their meaty riffs. They flew through old favourites including ‘Fight’ and ‘Slow Days’ and treated us to newer material too. Their latest single, ‘Do What I Want’ sounded huge with the audience singing the words back to the band....

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