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5 Lesser Known Acts You Have To See At Bestival 2011 - NME Festivals Blog - NME.COM - The world's fastest music news service, music videos, interviews, photos and free stuff to win Bjork, The Cure, PJ Harvey, Village People... we're getting very excited about the big names playing this year's Bestival, but there are also a whole load of brilliant new acts on the bill too. Don't miss this lot when you head to the Isle Of Wight. Various Cruelties Where and when: Psychedelic Worm Tent, FridayWhy: When your second gig is at White Heat with The Vaccines - you know you're going to get the right attention - but their nostalgic, crooning, bass-heavy indie is well worth all the fuss this lot have whipped up.
Music - Reviews for 12-18 September 2011
Best New Music
Hear Slow Club's new album 'Paradise' exclusively on NME.COM – audio September 5, 2011 6:00 Folk rock duo's second LP isn't officially released for another week You can hear Slow Club's second album 'Paradise' exclusively on NME.COM now by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
Most Underrated Albums Of 2011 10. Jonti - Twirligig “Firework Spraying Moon” -This guy is Australian-Sounds like the Beach Boys if they were influenced less by the beach and more by an intergalactic space party that somehow is happening in the land down under-Unfortunately doesn’t sound like Men At Work or kangaroos and doesn’t even feature a didgeridoo solo Obviously the number one concern you’re having right now is whether you have to be Australian or at the very least have eaten at an Outback Steakhouse to enjoy Jonti.
P2K: The Decade in Music
by Sean Please note: MP3s are only kept online for a short time, and if this entry is from more than a couple of weeks ago, the music probably won't be available to download any more. These are my 100 favourite songs of 2011: songs I love more than plums & peaches & lesser harvests of almonds. Said the Gramophone: BEST SONGS OF 2011