Get on to Glastonbury experience the biggest festival and unearth your favorite band. Glastonbury is the top destination to keep you occupied with some fresh music. Start on Friday but not too early. While you get ready for the Bad Sounds grab ciders. At 14.50 Walrus most in demand Frightened Rabbit will play the Other Stag. Do not miss their cinematic indie, it is worth waiting. The all new project from the Bombay Bicycle Club Toothless by Ed Nash is definitely one to watch out for. Go to the Pussy Parlure stage and get a sight of Hayden James who plays soulful electronic jams, one of the best for weekend hears.
Daughter will be up at the Park Stage and is soft and smooth on the ear. Some of the biggies on the Pyramid Stage will be Foals. Looking for some thunderous music of rock n roll, try the Savages at the Park Stage. Clam down after some rock n roll with Sigur Ros at the John Peel Stage, some pure texture. Every festival has a highlight and this one has Honey Soundsystem and NYC Downlow before you move to the Pussy Parlure to catch DJ Yoda not until 3 am.
Saturdays stay up for DJ Yoda and move to the Haelos environment of hop sound in the Other Stage. Then move to Park Stage for Izzy Bizu, pop singer. The Berlin origin producer Calptone is definitely a bet at the Sonic Stage with some dancing. The 3pm slot is a clash between Wolf Alice and Lapsley. They both are waiting to take you down. Enjoy the rock n roll. At the John Peel stage is the MO and at the Pussy Parlure is Vaults. Adele at Pyramid stage will close the night. On Sunday pick She Drew The Gun and the pop from Marscicans. At John Peel stage, Matt Corby plays inspirational pop. At the Other Stage is Afro Clutsers and Years and Years from Walrus favorites. Annie Mac will perform at the crowds.