Login or sign up for Last.fm to see this lineup filtered by your music taste!

Lineup (71)

Take this to the festival: Email lineup Print summary Print lineup

Sort alphabetically Sort by popularity
  • Surfin' Turnips

    (222 listeners)

    folk punk, punk rock, british, celtic punk

    The Surfin' Turnips are a West Country renaissance folk-punk group who aim to spread the Word Of The West to the lost souls in need of apple salvation.

  • System 7

    (88,760 listeners)

    electronic, ambient, techno, trance

    System 7 is the collaborative project of Steve Hillage and Miquette Giraudy. Their style ranges from trance, techno, ambient and progressive house, with themes that often contain earth, ocean & space references with the added element of Steve's distinctive heavily processed guitar. They released their first album in 1991 and since then have released over a dozen albums and singles.

  • Tarras

    (3,979 listeners)

    celtic, folk rock, folk, british

    From the English-Scottish Borders, Tarras provide a unique blend of the Gaelic and British folk tradition subtly fused with a range of genres: in the early days the blues and classical; and now to great effect, a new progressive feel.

  • Templebys

    (2 listeners)

  • The 309s

    (21 listeners)

    country

    The 309s debut album 'They Made Me Drink' can be downloaded for free from their official web site.

  • The Baghdaddies

    (4,487 listeners)

    gypsy, balkan, brass, folk

    The Baghdaddies have, quite aptly, been described as "an eclectic mish-mash of musical merriment, an ideal accompaniment to dancing, drinking, partying and shopping." (baghdaddies.com)

  • The Boobytraps

    (52 listeners)

    http://www.reverbnation.com/boobytraps The Boobytraps formed in 2007 & the current line-up has been in place since 2008.

  • The Bootleg Beatles

    (507 listeners)

    bands ive seen live, amazing, tribute bands, seen live

    This year, the world-renowned Bootleg Beatles celebrate 30 years together with a 15-date UK tour of major venues with their acclaimed homage to the Fab Four.

  • The Dub Jazz Soundsystem

    (1 listener)

    The institution that is Liverpool’s Dub Jazz Sound System, comprising funky jazz outfit Marley Chingus and an ever-changing roster of amazing new musical friends, take the late evening into another dimension.

  • The Duke Spirit

    (193,382 listeners)

    indie rock, indie, garage rock, british

    The Duke Spirit are a 4 piece band based in London, UK. Their sound incorporates elements of blues-rock, post-punk and the early noise rock and grunge bands of the late 80s and early 90s such as The Pixies. The band was formed in London in 2003 by Liela Moss (vocals/tamborine/piano/harmonica), Luke Ford (guitar/organ), Toby Butler (bass) and Olly Betts (drums).

  • The Hut People

    (112 listeners)

    The Hut People are constantly gaining more of reputation as one of the most entertaining acts to appear on the folk scene in a long while.

  • The Manhattan Project

    (1,455 listeners)

    jazz, rock, swedish, funk

    The Manhattan Project may refer to (7) artists. 1) An electronic band from Rochester, New York - http://www.myspace.com/themanhattanprojectlive 2) A metalcore band from Greensboro, North Carolina - http://www.myspace.com/themanhattanprojectnc 3) An emotive punk band from the Lehigh Valley, PA. -

  • The Members

    (48,923 listeners)

    punk, new wave, punk rock, british

    The Members were formed in 1977 by Nicky Tesco. Tesco was a graduate who, having failed to emigrate to Canada, had returned to Camberley, Surrey UK, and had been working in a variety of jobs when the opportunity arose to form a band. Linking up with a friend and local guitarist Gary Baker an initial four piece was formed.

  • The Singing Kettle

    (256 listeners)

    scottish, children's, seen live

    The Singing Kettle is a folk music group who are well known for performing traditional children's songs with a distinctly Scottish flair.

  • The South

    (2,408 listeners)

    modern rock, hard rock, alt. rock, alt. metal

    There are at least four bands that go by this name, one Norwegian, one British and two American: 1) The South is a southern rock-band from Trondheim, Norway. Members: Alexander Pettersen, Terje Uv, Pål Brekkås, Stian Lundberg, Stein Spjelkavik and Sander Stedenfeldt Olsen. They released their debut album "A Place To Start," on the label MBN in march 2009.

  • The Talks

    (790 listeners)

    ska, under 2000 listeners, amazing radio, indie

    The Talks Ska/Reggae band with Punk attitude from Yorkshire in the UK. In a short space of time the band have been building themselves a live reputation around the UK and Europe for delivering a bouncing, sweaty shows supporting the likes of The Specials, Rancid, The Beat, King Blues, The Toasters and many more.

  • The Waterboys

    (244,338 listeners)

    folk rock, rock, celtic, alternative

    The Waterboys is a British celtic band formed in 1983 by Scottish musician Mike Scott. Their songs, largely written by Scott, often contain literary references and are frequently concerned with spirituality.

  • This Is the Kit

    (25,305 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, singer-songwriter, indie

    This Is The Kit is English musician and singer Kate Stables. She has been turning heads in all the right places since 2003: a first album Krülle Bol produced by John Parish , singles (Two Wooden Spoons) released by Rob da Bank’s label Sunday Best and a long-awaited second album on Dreamboat Records in 2010.

  • Transglobal Underground

    (111,598 listeners)

    electronic, world music, world, ambient

    Transglobal Underground is a loose London-based worldbeat music collective, most active in the 90s. Less ambient and more percussive than contemporaries such as Banco de Gaia. In their approach (not their sound) they are a little like The Incredible String Band, taking sounds and instrumentation from a wide variety of non-western sources. They claim to be influenced by the krautrock band Can.

  • Walsh & Pound

    (387 listeners)

    folk, british folk, english folk

    Will Pound and Dan Walsh are two of the most exciting and unique young musicians on today's music scene.

  • Yes Sir Boss

    (3,737 listeners)

    yes sir boss, glastonbury2008, glastonbury2009, hobo-ska

    Yes Sir Boss have cultivated a truly original, distinct and indefinable sound that has elements of everything from a brooding Balkan blues band to a horn injected indie rock outfit… In the end, though, it’s the ecstatic meeting of all their diverse sounds that makes YSB’s funky, rootsy, uplifting tunes so beguilingly unique.