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Spill Sixteen interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014

Before their set at Les Fest on the main stage I caught up with Spill Sixteen for a bit of a chat about their debut album Let It All Hang Out, their influences and how they all met (be warned). If you missed their set at Les Fest you can see …

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Sa-da-kO interview at Les Fest 3 – 27 June 2014

After their first ever gig in Scotland at Les Fest this year I dragged Sa-da-kO in for an interview to ask  how they found their set, about their upcoming album and what was next for them after Les Fest, as well as about the ideas behind some of their songs. …

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Les-Fest 3 Day 1 – Friday Review by Dennis

This was my first time attending Les Fest and this year’s event had been moved to a new location, Wiston Lodge situated in South Lanarkshire. Following a 4+ hour train journey from Crewe to Glasgow + connecting train to Lanark, then a 25 minute car journey, with an hours sleep …

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Les-Fest 3 Day 2 – Saturday Review by Dennis

Another day of glorious sunshine! Who needs an alarm clock when your first band of the day Bacchus Baracus are doing their sound check at 10.30am? Half asleep I trundled down to the marquee just as they started their set and was knocked back by a wall of feedback drenched …

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Les-Fest 3 Day 3 – Sunday Review by Dennis

So Sunday is here, the 3rd and unfortunately the last day of Les-Fest 3, easily one of the best, if not the best outdoor festival I’ve attended. Perfect location, food was of high quality and reasonably priced, accommodation was second to none, the bar was also reasonably priced and Les-Fest …

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Les Fest Part Two – by Rowena

Saturday and day two started as early as the one before with Bacchus Baracus waking up the remaining sleepers from the main stage.  Though having said that there was already a good crowd at the main stage, and a very appreciative one at that.  Vantage Point were up next and …

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Les Fest Day Three – by Rowena

The third and final day of Les Fest 3 started off bright and very early indeed with my first interview a 10.30am.  The previous days had been interview light in comparison, as many of the bands I both wanted to see and were due to interview were set for today.  …

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Les Fest Part One – By Rowena

After having really enjoyed my first Scottish festival last year, Les Fest 3 had been in my calendar pretty much as soon as the dates were announced.  Last year’s line-up for me was fantastic and with the change in venue I couldn’t wait to see how much better the organisers …

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Incinery Interview at Les Fest 3 – 27 June 2014

After the good reception they received on the main stage on the first day of Les Fest, I spoke to Incinery to find out how their first gig in Scotland was for them. Incinery are another Les Fest band who have played at Download this year and are set to …

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The Burning Crows interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014

On the fourth night of their From Behind The Veil UK tour, The Burning Crows arrived to rock Les Fest.  Not long  after they arrived I caught up with them to chat about their upcoming second album, how they would describe each other (be warned) and being calendar stars. Their …

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Black and White Boy interview at Les Fest – 29 June 2014

Early Sunday morning I spoke to Andrew Nicol of Black and White Boy ahead of their set on the Cackblabbath stage later that day. Their first album Fragile is still available to buy and you can hear more about their upcoming follow up album The Avenue in the interview.   …

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Bacchus Baracus interview at Les Fest 3 – 28 June 2014

Another band new to Les Fest this year was Bacchus Baracus, who opened up the main stage Saturday.  Afterwards I spoke to Steg (drums) and Iain (guitar). Their set went down really well and you can catch them again at the Classic Grand in Glasgow on 27th August and on their …

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Voodoo Vegas interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014

I first saw this band only recently at Camden Rocks and was really happy to see they would be playing Les fest this year, so I had to make sure to arrange a time for an interview. If you’ve not seen them before get yourselves down to The Barfly in …

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Bad Touch interview at Les Fest – 29 June 2014

Having just played at Download Bad Touch arrived at Les Fest to play both stages; an acoustic set on Saturday and the main stage Sunday evening.  I caught up with them ahead of their set on Sunday to find out more about them in another highly entertaining interview. If you …

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Captain Horizon interview at Les Fest 3 – 28 June 2014

One of my favourite bands to interview at Les Fest this year I spoke to Steven ‘Whitty’ Whittington (vocals), James ‘Mez’ Merrix (drums) and Alex Thomson (bass) from Captain Horizon. If you loved their sets at Les Fest, or didn’t manage to catch them check out their website for upcoming …

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Disposable interview at Les Fest 3 – 27 June 2014

Opening up Les Fest 3 on the first day were Disposable from Edinburgh.  Being first on may seem a little daunting but they played an absolute blinder of a set.  Their debut album is currently being put together so watch out for it.  In the meantime, check out their video …

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Savage Messiah Interview, Les Fest 3 – 28 June 2014

The penultimate band of the night for Saturday evening was Savage Messiah and Planetmosh caught up with them early evening ahead of their set for one of the most entertaining and informative interviews of the weekend. Their European tour kicks off on 26 September in the Netherlands and arrives on …

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Defy All Reason interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014

Defy All Reason opened up the main stage at 11am on the Sunday and without a doubt delivered a cracking set; just the perfect choice to get everyone into the party mood even at that time of the morning. A short while after their set I caught up with Gavin …

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The King Lot Interview at Les Fest 3 – 29 June 2014

The King Lot may have only been a band for less than one year and only started playing gigs since the start of 2014, but things are going from strength to strength.  Being the second band on the main stage on the Sunday, they managed to keep the crowd’s energy up despite …

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