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Belle & Sebastian

Stalwarts of the UK musical map for nigh-on twenty years, Glasgow’s Belle & Sebastian continue to defy ageing expectations by delivering some of their most sprightly songs to-date. Latest album ‘Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance’ adds disco beats and driving pop songs to the wholesome and poignant blueprint that has made Stuart Murdoch and co. one of the true success stories of the country’s independent scene.

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James Blake

The golden boy of the bedroom-producing generation, Blake has risen from one of the most celebrated underground UK producers to a bonafide popstar after winning the Mercury Prize for his 2013 album, Overgrown, not to mention a Grammy nomination that same year. His third album, rumoured to feature both Kanye West and Bon Iver, is expected this year. Returning to the Green Man festival site for his first performance here since 2011, let’s all welcome him with the open arms his beautiful pop songs deserve. We're looking forward to hearing some tracks from what we hope will be a new album for 2016.

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Laura Marling

Somehow still in her mid-twenties, despite it being a full eight years since she was first nominated for the Mercury Music Prize for her 2008 debut LP,Laura Marling has spent the time since that initial nod to carefully piece together one of the strongest back-catalogues around. A folk singer that seems to hail from a different time entirely, Marling is a jewel in the UK crown and simply one of the finest songwriters these shores have to offer.

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Wild Beasts

With four of the most versatile albums already under their belts, Kendal’s Wild Beasts have risen through the ranks of the UK indie scene thanks to an unnerving knack for creating smart, sassy and brilliantly captivating pop songs. Led by the flawless falsetto of Hayden Thorpe, Wild Beasts creepy but endlessly playful demeanour is beautifully and powerfully unique - and we can’t wait for it to fill the surrounding Black Mountains at this year’s festival.

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Grandaddy

Certainly in the upper echelons of indie-rock royalty, Jason Lytle’s Grandaddy have been making weird and wonderful records since 1997’s off-kilter masterpiece ‘Under The Western Freeway’. After a near ten-year hiatus, the band recently announced a new album for 2016 and Green Man couldn’t be more chuffed to welcome this most special of bands to the Black Mountains this Summer.

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Warpaint

Though they still feel like something of a new proposition, it’s actually over a decade since Warpaint first formed; subsequently releasing their John Frusciante-produced debut EP in 2007. It was 2010’s The Fool LP that cemented their major-league credentials, however, providing a sumptuous, soulful take on indie rock. A refreshingly intricate and compelling live band, the LA quartet have blossomed into one of the finest guitar bands on the planet.

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Lush

Always one of the most interesting bands in the original unrolling of the shoegaze genre, the pioneering Lush formed in London in the eighties and became a seminal part of the UK scene before initially disbanding in 1998. Reuniting at the end of 2015, the band’s comeback shows were expectedly brilliant – the strength of their brand new EP was perhaps more surprising; a decisively thrilling new chapter in its own right.

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White Denim

Try and classify White Denim and you’ll probably end up with a genre-list longer than one of their blistering sets. Probably best then to simply describe the Texan rockers as one of the fieriest and fiercest rock and roll bands around. With their seventh LP set for release this year they continue to blaze a momentous trail all of their own making.

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Julia Holter

Grabbing ‘album of the year’ accolades like they were going out of fashion, Julia Holter claimed 2015 as her own with her widely-lauded, greatly loved new record ‘Have You In My Wilderness’. Soft and tender with an absorbing and somewhat eerie undercurrent, it was a record full of intrigue and genuine wonder, matched by an equalling arresting and captivating live show.

Julia Holter previously played Green Man Festival in 2013.


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Fat White Family

As divisive as they're untamed, this London six-piece have been making incessant waves with a series of songs and gigs that are simply unflinching. While the music itself - a kind of snarling hybrid of punk/psych/disco noise - is readily and resolutely abrasive, it's the bands demeanour, especially on the live stage, that causes the biggest stir. Outspoken and unflinching, the Fat Whites are a becoming a bonafide cult phenomenon - just be sure to tread carefully.

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Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

Drawing from a number of differing genres including roots, folk, gospel, and psych, this LA collective is led by Alex Ebert and takes it name from a story he wrote. Releasing their fourth studio album this year, the sprawling band remain a remarkable live proposition, filling the stage and crowd with a rich swell of voice and instrumentation.

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Jason Isbell

Though his six years spent with American rockers ‘Drive By Truckers’ powered the collective to their most consistent run of records, it’s Jason Isbell’s subsequent work that has cemented his status as one of the finest Americana songwriters of his time. Blessed with a dusty and rugged voice, Isbell’s weather-beaten songs continue to strike a wonderfully evocative chord.

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Ezra Furman

Though he’s been making records in various forms since the mid-noughties, it was 2015’s Perpetual Motion People LP, his first release for the wonderful Bella Union label, which catapulted Furman up the ladder of success, peaking at number 23 in the UK charts. A cross-dressing bisexual who revels in the face of criticism, Furman is a brash and brilliant performer, with a wonderful lyrical talent, who is as wholly important to the musical world as he is refreshing.

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Tindersticks

Formed twenty-five years ago in Nottingham, Tindersticks have consistently released some of the most interesting alt-rock records in the UK scene. Pausing only briefly in the early noughties, their unhurried and much-loved return found them in just as fine form as before; this year’s ‘The Waiting Room’ LP heralded as a warm, elegant and triumphant new chapter.

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Songhoy Blues

Returning to Green Man after last year’s momentous performance, Mali’s Songhoy Blues will once again bring their famed brand of “desert blues” to the festival and it promises to be one the most spectacular of sets, once again. With a backstory as raw and extraordinary as the music they make, there simply isn’t anyone else quite like them. Welcome back!

Songhoy Blues previously played Green Man Festival in 2015.


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Battles

Widely regarded as one of the most formidable and exceptional live bands that, frankly, ever existed, Battles turn their rugged and playful math-rock into the kind of experience that reminds you why live music even exists. Angular guitars, inventive song structures and some of the most jaw-dropping drumming you’re ever likely to see.

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Crafted with as much human soul as adventurous exploration, UMO’s ‘Multi-Love’ was a break-up record centred around frontman Ruban Neilson’s polyamorous relationship. But what was perhaps most striking was the Portland band’s effortless grace. With a heady canvas of sound of colour UMO continue to deliver some of the brightest and boldest guitar records of their generation.

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Floating Points (Live)

Not content with being a neuroscientist, Sam Shepherd also creates some of the most fluid and flowing and flexible electronic music that the UK is currently producing. Releasing his brilliant debut album towards the end of 2015, Shepherd’s work is inventive and intuitive but always retains a sense of joyful, welcoming inclusion. A very bright prospect indeed.

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The Unthanks

Shaping a rich family heritage of Northern English folk music in to new wonderful pastures, The Unthanks are led by sisters Rachel and Becky; two voices that steer this beautiful folk-revival of-sorts in to the new world, adding varying genres and dashes of colour to the more familiar framework to create something beguiling and often glorious.

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Kamasi Washington

Though a much revered collaborative jazz saxophonist in his own right, it was 2015’s debut solo album that solidified Kamasi Washington’s reputation as one of the most forward-thinking composers on the planet. A 3CD collection, released via the much-respected Brainfeeder label, found Washington leading a multi-talented band through a series of sprawling and endlessly inventive soundscapes.

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Connan Mockasin

One of psych-pop’s most colourful components, New Zealand’s Connan Mockasin takes all the influence he’s gathered from a decade spent moving between Wellington, London, Manchester and LA and channels it in to a brilliantly inventive and vivid display. From the skewed odd-pop of his debut, to the soulful parade of its follow-up, Mockasin always manages to bring a party unlike any other.

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Michael Rother

Perhaps best known as a founding member of seminal German experimentalists Neu!, Michael Rother is a leading light in the world of all-things Krautrock and has spent the best part of four decades honing his diverse talent. Leaping back into the limelight in 2010, Rother joined forces with Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley and Tall Firs guitarist Aaron Mullan to play live renditions of Neu! songs as well as choice cuts from Rothers’ other, much-loved, project, Harmonia. He continues to make new music; penning two scores for German film and TV in 2015.

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Cate Le Bon

Though she’s now mostly based in LA, Cate Le Bon stays very true to her Welsh roots with a string of songs performed in her native tongue across her brilliant and diverse back-catalogue. Now working with brilliant Cardiff label Turnstile, Le Bon writes joyous pop songs shaped by her thrilling and formidable guitar skills all delivered with a fizzing energy that often feels unmatched.

Cate Le Bon previously played Green Man Festival in 2012.


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Jagwar Ma

Now based in the UK, this Sydney trio burst on to the scene with the psych-fuelled debut album, Howlin’, which won great acclaim from the likes of NME and Pitchfork back in 2013. Earning their stripes with a solid string of touring since, their radiant pop songs make for a blistering but eminently danceable encounter.

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Slow Club

Celebrating a decade in the game, since their inception in 2006, Sheffield duo Slow Club continue to be a sparkling jewel in the UK’s pop crown. Brash and bold from the outset, the handful of albums they’ve released thus far all mix scrappy charm and gleaming melodies with joyful abandon, creating the perfect foil for their often-biting lyrical excursions.

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Dungen

Pushing psychedelic boundaries since their inception in 2001, the Swedish collective returned last year with their first new album in five years. Crossing into similarly imposing genres such as prog and garage rock, Dungen have gained something of a cult following over the past fifteen years. Instilling a strong sense of Scandinavian magic in to their unique musical wanderings, they continue to sound quite unlike anyone else.

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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

One of the most outlandish band names around, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard match this bluster with suitably offbeat music. Formed in Melbourne in 2010, the eight-piece band blend psych and surf rock influences with a new found love for the more soulful side of the coin, and channel it in to a formidable sound – and one that truly comes together on the live stage. Famed for the fiery energy of their shows King Gizzard deliver the kind of performance that simply won’t be forgotten.

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The Besnard Lakes

Dark, foreboding and endlessly intriguing, Montreal quintet The Besnard Lakes have crafted some of the most imposing and grandiose records of the past decade. Now on to their fifth full-length effort, the band’s hypnotic brand of dense psychedelia feels ever-more sharp and concise; an added level of light and space making for even greater levels of wonder.

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Beak>

Known most pertinently as the other project of Geoff Barrow from Portishead, Beak> returned to prominence this year after providing the soundtrack to cult indie film ‘Couple In A Hole’. An experimental and often dark undertaking, the band’s music is an over-powering and complicated box of tricks that simply shouldn’t be missed.

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Miracle Legion

While singer-songwriter Mark Mulcahy would go on to make a name all of his own, his career actually started with Miracle Legion; one of the original ‘college rock’ bands who formed in 1983 and became something of a cult hit following acclaim from the likes of NME and Melody Maker and the release of their debut album on Rough Trade Records. Almost two decades since their last full-length release, Green Man is very excited to have the band back together on UK shores.

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Suuns

The most delicious concoction of musical weight and atmosphere, Canadian gloom-rockers Suuns craft a majestic strain of pop music that lends itself perfectly to one of the most sublime live shows around. Like a modern, shaded take on the Krautrock movement that feels constantly unsettling and consistently thrilling.

Suuns previously played Green Man Festival in 2011.


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Gengahr

Perhaps the UK’s strongest entry into the current psych revival, Genghar released their blazing debut album in 2015 to a host of rave reviews. Adding a large dose of glimmering pop to an otherwise gnarly backdrop of sludgy, layered guitars, the quartet are quickly becoming one of the most heralded new guitar bands on these shores. Fresh from playing our 'Green Man Ahoy!' boat party, we're very pleased to welcome them to more furrowed lands come August.

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Kevin Morby

With a couple of stellar projects already under his belt – in the form of both Woods and The Babies – Kevin Morby returns in 2016 with the third record under his own guise, and it might well be his greatest achievement to-date. With a rich antiquated voice, Morby channels his love for Dylan, Young et al. in to something markedly affecting; a ‘singer-songwriter’ in the very best of ways.

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Whitney

A supergroup of-sorts, Whitney is Max Kakacek and Julian Ehrlich both members of much-loved indie-rockers Smith Westerns, while Ehrlich has also played with fellow GM16 attendees Unknown Mortal Orchestra. However they came to be, Whitney are indeed super. Kick-starting their new album with one of the finest tracks of the year, in the form of the brilliant brass-led, Country-esque jam of ‘No Woman’, the duo make a West Coast breeze that manages to feel both beautifully laid-back and decidedly poignant.

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Factory Floor

Somewhat indefinable, London trio Factory Floor have, over the past decade, played host to some of the most complex and thrilling live performances these shores have seen. Immersive, dense, and wonderfully noisy, the band shape live drums and pulsating synths in to a brilliantly distinct sound that you can feel in your bones.

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Mothers

Quickly striking a claim for ‘best new band of 2016’ Mothers were reportedly chased around NYC by their new label Wichita until they signed on the dotted line, such was the legendary labels fascination with their poignant and dramatic pop songs. Their excitement was placed, too; Mothers debut album is one 2016’s most awe-inspiring documents.

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Julianna Barwick

To hear the music of Missouri’s Juliana Barwick’s is to walk in its very shoes, such is the sheer weight and prowess it carries in its, admittedly slender, workings. Framed mostly around layers of her astonishing vocal, which she loops and builds to create the bulk of her beautiful songs, this is music as emotive and affecting as it gets. A unique and spectacular talent.

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Blanck Mass

Otherwise known as one-half of progressive electronic merchants, Fuck Buttons, Blanck Mass is an equally grand prospect, sculpting huge slabs of impulsive, bellowing atmosphere that manages to be as imposing as it is danceable. One-part glacial build-ups to one-part dark, pounding rhythms, this is electronica felt in the head as much as much as the heart.

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Vessels

What happens when a formidable post-rock outfit makes a leap from more standard traditions to synth-led dance workouts? Well, in the case of Leeds’ Vessels, magic happens. Having built up a hefty reputation in the aforementioned post-rock scene, the quintet found brilliant new-ground on last year’s ‘Dilate’ LP; a dynamic record that strayed in to dance territory with brilliantly restless, invigorating aplomb.

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Cavern of Anti-Matter

The Berlin-based project of Stereolab’s Tim Gane, this trio’s debut album wasn’t content with already being one of the most anticipated releases of 2016 on its own term, it went right ahead and named Deerhunter's Bradford Cox and Spacemen 3's Sonic Boom as collaborators. An experimental trip through Gane’s unique mind which remains as fascinating as ever.

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Yorkston, Thorne & Khan

We don’t tend to associate dry Scottish troubadours with jazz-tinged experimental music but James Yorkston’s new project delivers exactly that. Teaming up with New Delhi sarangi player and vocalist Suhail Yusuf Khan and Lamb’s double bass player Jon Thorne, the trio present a fusion band that combines all of their varying influences and backgrounds and still manages to produce something cohesive, interesting and endearing.

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Laura J Martin

Plotting her third full-length album, released earlier this year, Laura J Martin relocated to Nashville with the help of Lambchop’s Matt Swanson and Tony Crow, even managing to recruit Silver Jews' Brian Kotzur on drums and The Jesus Lizard's Duane Denison to complete her backing band, resulting in something both politically-charged and endearingly hopeful.

Laura J Martin previously played Green Man Festival in 2012,


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Pictish Trail

Becoming as much of an institution as the Green Man himself, prodigal son Johnny Lynch again returns to this year’s festival to spin his lovably skewed folk leaning upon the Black Mountains. With a brand new album in the works, and a consistently brilliant back-catalogue behind him, Pictish Trail remains a splendid companion come rain or shine.

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Ryley Walker

One of 2015’s most beloved debut albums, Ryley Walker’s ‘Primrose Green’ was a authentic nod to the music of days gone-by. Still in his mid-twenties but peddling an outlook far beyond that, Walker takes inspiration from the likes of Van Morrison and similarly antiquated songwriters. Rich in instrumentation and sharp of eye, this is music to daydream to - in all the right ways.

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Meilyr Jones

A singular talent if ever there was one, Meilyr Jones writes loose and spacious folk songs, inspired by his travels around various European locations, and constructs them with all manner of instrumentation - from guitar and banjo to thirty-piece orchestras and Glaswegian community choirs. The result is a wonderful and unique debut record that comes to life on the live stage - adding a jubilant sway to his brilliant concoctions.

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Joan Shelley

Another folk traditionalist in the loosest sense of the term, Joan Shelley is constantly playing with and tweaking the blueprint of the genre she finds herself classified within. So while there is guitar, strings, banjo and her captivating voice at the heart of it all, the music itself tends to go places unexpected; a wonderful songwriter bringing folk very much in to the 21st century.

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Kiran Leonard

Heralded as a prodigious talent since his breakthrough-of-sorts at the age of 17, 2016 is the year we finally get a new Kiran Leonard LP - via Moshi Moshi - and it's absolutely worth the wait. With a live show reminiscent of Jeff Buckley at his more unrestrained, Leonard is a brilliantly distinct talent, a young artist making politically-charged songs and doing it in new and wonderful ways; the lead track from his new album was a 16-minute tour-de-force unlike much else you've ever heard. Not to be missed.

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Phil Cook & The Guitarheels

Having cut his teeth with Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon in his previous bands, as well as being a central figure in the much-loved Megafaun, Phil Cook continues to carve out a name all for himself with a couple of wonderful solo albums tucked firmly under his belt. Playing both banjo and piano, Cook draws upon a wide-range of inspirations to create an endlessly interesting sound.

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The Weather Station

Fronted by Tamara Lindeman, who has led a changing band of musicians over the years, Canadian folk band The Weather Station are celebrating their tenth year of fruition with a visit to Green Man in support of last year’s ‘Loyalty’ album. Led by Lindeman’s smoky, sultry voice, The Weather Station are an entirely captivating proposition; beautifully crafted songs as soft as they are alluring.

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Malcolm Middleton

A seminal figure in the British indie scene thanks to his role in the mighty Arab Strap, Malcolm Middleton proves there’s still plenty of juice left in his most creative of tanks with the release of his brilliant new album this Summer – his first in seven years. Taking a more electro-pop route, with woozy, sweeping and often joyous collection of synth-led pop gems. A truly brilliant return.

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Daniel Norgren

A Swedish singer-songwriter who already has seven LPs to his name, Daniel Norgren makes a beautiful blend of folk and blues, and even recorded much of his breakthrough debut album on homemade instruments. Playing live drums on-stage, Norgren is a captivating and unique proposition who simply demands further exploration.

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Cigarettes After Sex

Relocating to Brooklyn from El Paso, Texas, acted as the catalyst for this much-hyped quartet led by Greg Gonzalez. Matching said intrigue with quality of song, the music they craft is wonderfully elegant, a kind of heartfelt, tender take on the slow-core movement that can, and often will, stop you in your tracks.

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Trader Horne

Such was the brilliance of Trader Horne's one and only record - Morning Way, released in 1970 - the duo have long remained in the public consciousness; the album became a bonafide cult hit and is now regarded as one of the lost gems of that era. Led by the beautiful vocal of former Fairport Convention singer, Judy Dyble, their experimental folk remains a truly immersive and poignant experience and Green Man is both honoured and delighted to bring them back to a festival stage.

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Sam Lee & Friends

Flying the flag for the traditional music of these shores, Sam Lee is a dedicated musician who leapt a few rungs up the notoriety ladder when his 2012 debut album 'Ground of its Own' was shortlisted for the Mercury Music Prize. Thoughtful, inventive music from a true champion of the folk genre.

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Clare Maguire

A breakthrough artist in the early part of this decade, Clare Maguire was placed fifth in the BBC Sound of 2011 before hitting the top ten with her debut album, Light After Dark. With a striking voice that has drawn comparisons with the likes of Annie Lennox and Stevie Nicks, Maguire returns to spread more pop magic in 2016.

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BC Camplight

Missing out on last year’s festival after a severe leg injury meant the New Jersey native outstayed his UK visa permissions, we’re supremely pleased to finally see Brian Christinzio upon the Green Man stage he commands with such gusto. A strikingly singular songwriter, the BC Camplight project has spawned three wonderful full-length efforts, chock-full of warm, psych-pop flourishes.

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H Hawkline

The Guardian’s description of H Hawkline as “a carousel of wiry weirdo pop” is so spot-on there’s really little else for us to say. Perhaps, however, we should add that for all the off-beat charm that runs wild through H. Hawkline’s music, there’s also something strikingly beautiful at its heart; a sweet taste of West Coast breeze from, and in, the heart of Wales.

H Hawkline previously played Green Man Festival in 2015,


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Gun Outfit

Awash with ever-changing moods and demeanours, the music of Gun Outfit is typically difficult to categorise. Certainly moody and almost unanimously darkened throughout, the band throw a bucket-load of groove at the whole thing so that it never once feels overwhelming. Indeed, there are blasts of noisy punk and more straight-forward indie rock among their growing and ever-impressive back catalogue.

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The Oh Hellos

Sibling duos are a rare commodity but they’re often an intriguing one, and such is the case with Thee Oh Hellos, the folk-rock project of Tyler and Maggie Heath who discovered their skills when joining forces to pen a song for their mum. Based in San Marcos, Texas, the duo keep one eye on the tender side of things and one on lovable sing-a-long pop songs.

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The Magnetic North

Releasing their debut album as an initial one-album project, The Magnetic North returned in 2016 with a brand new concept album built around the people and places from frontman Simon Tong’s hometown. Experimental, orchestral compositions with a keen eye on the weird and wonderful facets of human behaviour, the trio remain a striking and singular proposition.

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Awesome Tapes From Africa

Exactly what it says on the tin and even better than you can imagine, Awesome Tapes From Africa is the project of Brian Shimkovitz who, after visiting Ghana on a scholarship, took all the myriad local music tapes he discovered and turned it in to one of the most engrossing, riveting and exciting DJ sets you’re ever likely to experience. Bring your dancing shoes.

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The Moonlandingz

Starting life as a fictional band isn't the most obvious of routes for bands to take but it's exactly how The Moonlandingz came to be. Far more established than that might suggest, The Moonlandingz is the project of Sheffield's audio taxidermists, the Eccentronic Research Council & Lias & Saul from the mighty Fat White Family.

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All Them Witches

Though this Nashville psych-rock collective retired to a remote cabin in the woods to piece together their new material, there’s still a striking sense of bluster to their work; hushed, Bon Iver-style tenderness this ain’t. Like some colourful dream that lifts you a long, long way from home, their music is a dreamy, otherworldly vision unlike much else you might discover this year.

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The Membranes

A seminal post-punk band who made their name throughout the 80s, The Membranes would, as legend goes, have been the first band signed to Alan McGee's Creation Records had he not run out of money at just the wrong time. Reforming for ATP Festival in 2009, at the request of My Bloody Valentine, the band rolled back the years to release a highly-praised, much-loved new album in 2015.

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Emma Pollock

Already one of 2016's most well-received records, Emma Pollock's first solo record in six years is a beautiful addition to the Scottish troubadour's truly exemplary back-catalogue. Informed by her work with the much-loved Scottish indie-rock heroes The Delgados, Pollock remains a sharp, insightful and truly affecting songwriter; blessed with the kind of compelling voice that simply demands attention and infatuation in equal measures.

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Formation

Perhaps best known for their remixes (for the likes of Shura and Tobias Jesso Jr) this pair of brothers from South London bring the ultimate party with a sound that sits somewhere between LCD Soundsystem at their most fluid and the best Northern Soul act you’ve never heard. A meticulous and invigorating blend of disco and funk with some of the cleanest production around.

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FEWS

Having recently joined the ranks of the ever-great Play It Again, Sam label, US/Swedish four-piece FEWS are making some serious waves ahead of their debut album, produced by the acclaimed Dan Carey (Bat For Lashes, Hot Chip, Django Django et al.). Moody and brash, layered and luxurious, their own brand of rock and roll is dense, stormy completely brilliant.

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Loose Meat

Peddling sun-fuelled indie disco like it never went out of fashion, Loose Meat is a duo consisting of Kristian Craig Robinson and Mark ‘Arp’ Cleveland, who previously drummed for the much-loved Archie Bronson. Their debut album, released earlier this summer, is a heady, sparkling display of “avant dance” and we can’t for them to bring their party to this year’s Green Man.

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Oliver Coates

A quick list of the artist that cellist Oliver Coates has worked with is enough to solidify his talent: Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood? Yup! Massive Attack? You bet! Also famed for his own compositional shows, Coates is a genre-bending artist of the most captivating persuasion, delivering everything from quiet orchestral movements to inspired re-workings of more traditional indie/electronic pieces.

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Pete Paphides

Music writer and broadcaster Pete Paphides has written for a whole host of publications over the past two decades, including The Times, The Guardian, The Observer, Mojo and Q. He has made several music documentaries for Radio 4 and presented two series of Vinyl Revival for BBC 6 Music. These days he presents a weekly music show for Soho Radio, comprised of old and new records from his extensive collection. He and his family have been to every Green Man since the second one in 2004.

Pete Paphides previously played Green Man Festival in 2015,


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Amber Arcades

Amber Arcades is Annelotte de Graaf; a dutch musician who has just joined the much-loved Heavenly Records family for the release of her 2016 debut album, which features members of Quilt and Real Estate in her recording band. Also working with producer Ben Greenberg, who has made records with the likes of The Men and Beach Fossils, de Graaf channels the restless energy of said bands and imbues it all with the ethereal grace of her own captivating lead vocal. One of 2016’s most enticing new artists.

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Trevor Sensor

Being billed as a “Country-pop troubadour” could go either way but there’s more than enough rustic charm in his soothing sounds to make Illinois’ Trevor Sensor an endlessly compelling proposition. Signed to the much-loved Jagjaguwar label, and shaped by the unrefined meanderings of Waits, Dylan et al, this young songwriter crafts stories far beyond his tender age.

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Wesley Gonzalez

As the frontman of cult indie band Let’s Wrestle, Wesley Gonzalez already cemented himself in the UK scene’s folklore, however his new project under his own name looks set to further this already-stellar reputation. More experimental and fleshed-out than his previous creations, but with a keen eye still trained on the punk ethos, Gonzalez continues to cut a defined path that is very much his own.

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Black Peaches

You might not be aware of Black Peaches, but you're certainly aware of the name behind it. Rob Smoughton is a long-time member of both Hot Chip and Scritti Politti, and this new project sees him delving in to an other-worldly mix of groove-heavy disco-soul-rock hybrid that practically defines classification.

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Throws

There is always a moment, just before meeting an old friend, when fear kicks in. Has the relationship fizzled, or do you just pick up where you left off? For Mike Lindsay and Sam Genders, Tunng’s founding forefathers, a magical Icelandic adventure of man chats, drinks-til- dawn, and a little ‘Northern Falsetto’ has found the pair re-igniting their spark on new record Throws.

Nearly ten years since the release of Tunng's third album Good Arrows and the last time the partnership’s imagination was let loose together - comes Throws; the sound of two old friends and collaborators reconnecting, catching up on each other’s lives and creating ideas on an enchanting island. During their time apart Mike had been living in Reykjavik and Sam had moved to Sheffield; it became apparent the two friends had taken dramatically different paths in love, location, and life.

Curious what they could produce second time around; with no preconceived agenda Sam packed his suitcase and joined Mike in his Reykjavik studio, in the town’s industrial old fishing harbour, with no more intentions than catching up with his old buddy.

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Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog

Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog previously played Green Man Festival in 2013,


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Kelly Lee Owens

Featuring prominently in a number of 2016’s ‘Hotly tipped’ lists, Kelly Lee Owens looks set to build on the quick gathering of platitude that met her brilliant debut single last summer. Drawing comparisons with Bat For Lashes’ sense of cinematic otherworldliness, Owens pens dark and simmering pop songs all led brilliantly by her richly alluring vocal tones.

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Palace Winter

An Australian/Danish duo with a knack for writing hazy, laid-back guitar jams reminiscent of both Kurt Vile and The War On Drugs, Palace Winter blossomed in 2015 with some serious love from the blogosphere and even the Guardian falling for their scrappy, psych-leaning slacker jams. As ambitious as they are engrossing.

palacewinter.com

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Exploded View

It was circumstance that brought Exploded View together but you could be forgiven for thinking that it was written in the stars. The new project from "UK-born, Berlin-based political-journalist-turned-musician Anika" who stumbled upon her now band-mates while playing solo shows in Mexico City. Expect dense, droning soundscapes smothered with submerged, frosty vocals.

explodedviewband.tumblr.com

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Flamingods

Flamingods own biography is a simple one. “We like to make noise with instruments collected from around the world,” they say, and while that’s ostensibly true it doesn’t get close to unravelling the Labyrinthine sprawl of their psychedelic pop. Shaped mostly by African influences

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Meatraffle

If being called “the greatest band in the country right now" by Fat White Family added any extra pressure to MEATRAFFLE’S ascent then the Brixton collective certainly aren’t showing it. A gnarly, free-spirited attack on dub, jazz, psych, reggae and just about any other genre you could care to mention, the band are a unique and often thrilling proposition, and they’re showing no sign of slowing down.

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haiku salut

The jewel in East Midland’s alt-rock crown, Haiku Salut are unique proposition, sweeping between all-manner of genres but never losing the soft focus of the inspired instrumentals that provide their brilliant back-bone. Rising from minimal, glitchy pop songs into moments of distinct and awe-inspiring grandiosity, the band match the intensity of their recorded sound with a mightily fetching, and suitably grandiose, live show.

haiku salut previously played Green Man Festival in 2013.


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Bill Baird

Having achieved notable success as the frontman for Sound Team in the early noughties, Bill Baird has spent the past decade out on his own, carving out a solo career that continues to go from strength-to-strength. An innovative, experimental songwriter, his music is a woozy blend of psych and pop that radiates warmth from every considered corner.

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Margaret Glaspy

It's not often that you'll find an artist likened to both Elliott Smith and Rage Against The Machine, but there's something in Margaret Glaspy's undiluted guitar pop that somehow means both of those comparisons make sense. Hailing from the brilliantly-named Red Bluff, California, her debut album looks set to define her as one of 2016's key new voices.

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Deep Throat Choir

Back for their third year in a row, Hackney’s wonderful Deep Throat Choir continue to charm and delight with their two simple elements – the human voice and drums. Covering a wide range of songs - from old school classics to the more unexpected of pop song – they bring brilliant rays of light to even the dullest of days. Welcome back!

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Tony Njoku

A British-Nigerian producer who makes strikingly evocative soundscapes, Njoku manages to make even the shortest pop songs sound like epic adventures. Heralded by Fat Cat Records, stand-out track 'To Escape' is a heady mix of layered vocals and swirling electronica.

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Ardyn

In other situations, the fact that Ardyn are a real-life twin Brother/sister duo might be the biggest talking point, but it's the soft-centred, wistful pop songs they craft which leaves the biggest impact. Though their first EP only arrived in December they carry a sense of effortless grace that belies their tender age. The instrumentation is rich and plush but it's the gorgeous lead vocal that steals the show; charming pop songs to get very excited about.

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Sea Pinks

While most bands attest to being distinctive, Belfast trio Sea Pinks certainly make good on on such declarations, presenting a varied and wide-ranging mix of styles, tones and textures on their brilliant latest record, Soft Days. Whipping up a storm that takes in all manner of pop's sub-categories to create something brilliantly bright.

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I See Rivers

Perhaps the hottest prospect from Norway’s consistently excellent outpouring of specially tender bands, this now UK-based trio make the kind of indefinable Scandinavian magic that instantly catches the eyes and ears. Part-folk, part swooning pop songs,

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Matt Maltese

Making his name during a live session for Burberry at the tender age of sixteen, Reading's Matt Maltese has gone from strength-to-strength in the time since, growing in to a tender and articulate songwriter. Piano-led ballads are his forte but it's his marvellous voice that most resonates; a dynamic tool that leads from the very front of his ever-compelling pop songs.

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Meilir Tomos

Just as likely to be found making music from a typewriter or tray of gravel as guitar or piano, Flintshire's Meilir is an unconventional proposition but a no-less fascinating one. Armed with a spectacular live show that lingers long in the memory, he's often lauded as one of Wales' most distinct and compelling songwriters and you won't find many people disagreeing.

Meilir Tomos previously played Green Man Festival in 2011.


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Lastigband

“We wear the badge of loudness with pride,” so say this new Welsh trio who deliver a psych-rock sermon full of weird, distorted vocals and swelling layers of guitar that drift between subtle waves and something far more fractious. A very new band but one certainly worth keeping an eye on.

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Baba Naga

It’s probably safe to say that you’ve not seen anything like Baba Naga before. Hailing from Sheffield, this psych/doom trio apparently inspired by shamanic teachings while peddling some seriously transcendental soundscapes. “The gods are dead, but the people need to worship something,” the band say. And this ain’t a bad place to invest your faith.

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Earth Recordings (DJ)

A label that simple describes its output as "some of the greatest music on Earth", this London-based project is currently dealing with a gorgeous run of Bert Jansch reissues - which should give you some idea of the weird and very wonderful gems you can expect from their time at the decks. Come and discover something new.

earthvinyl.com

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Tender Prey

Taking her name from a Nick Cave record, as well as being a self-styled purveyor of “sleaze-blues”, Cardiff’s Tender Prey is the project of one Laura Byon, signed to the brilliant label of Jane Weaver, and a musical-companion to the likes of Sweet Baboo, H. Hawkline, Cate le Bon and Ezra Furman. If dark, muscular, frenetic guitar songs are your kind of thing, then get yourself down the front. We’ll see you there.

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Plu

Plu’s most recent record, ‘Tir a Golau’, was heavily inspired by the Caenarfon trio’s natural surroundings, and saw them continue their trend of making charming Welsh-language pop music with a decidedly Americana glow to it. Formed of two sisters and a brother, Plu use this familial backbone to deliver endearingly instinctive, wonderfully traditional three-part harmonies.

pluband.com

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Bryde

As one-half of Paper Aeroplanes, Sarah Howell is something of a household name among folk-pop enthusiasts; Bryde, her sumptuous new project, takes her in to even more alluring landscapes, delivering a cross between PJ Harvey levels of intrigue and breath-taking tenderness, with Howell’s stunning voice once again taking centre-stage.

bryde.bandcamp.com

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Ani Glass

One-time member of the mighty Pipettes, Ani Saunders now makes waves as the Cardiff-based electro-pop star, Ani Glass, while also exceling as a producer, artist and photographer. Singing in both Welsh and Cornish, the project burst in to life with the release of Ffôl, which won high-praise from the likes of Radio Cymru and BBC 6Music.

aniglass.bandcamp.com

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HMS Morris

Another prime cut from the flourishing Welsh underground scene, HMS Morris are a trio who make a vigorous hybrid of psych/electro/rock that often disappears some hypnotic but abundantly colourful rabbit-hole. Pleasingly, new single ‘Interior Design’ feels like a huge leap forwards, vibrant, inventive and a whole heap of fun.

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Hippies vs Ghosts

“Morricone meets Krautrock” say Piccadilly Records and if that hasn’t got you intrigued already then spend just a few seconds with this epic splash of psychedelic pop and we guarantee you’ll be completely smitten. Last year’s DROOGS album remains an almost overwhelming adventure, crafted in the heart of the Welsh countryside but always aiming for the stratosphere.

ghostsvshippies.bandcamp.com

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Climbing Trees

Hailing from Pontypridd, this four-piece have spent the past five years gaining one of the strongest reputations on the welsh scene. Their highly anticipated follow-up to 2013’s wonderful debut album was finally released this summer, delivering another burst of rich Americana, just in time for what promises to be a very special showing at this year’s festival.

ilikeclimbingtrees.com

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Valleyers

Led by the whimsical charm of frontman Nayfe Slusjan, Valleyers have won heady acclaim from the likes of Tom Robinson and Huw Stephens and we’re very pleased to welcome them back to the festival this year. Armed with rich lyrical detail and a tender voice, Slusjan has grown in to a Welsh songwriter to truly cherish.

valleyers.com

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Tom Low

Layering all manner of instrumentation while still sounding pleasingly unruffled, Tom Low is an inventive pop-star, recording his latest EP on just a mobile phone in various friends’ houses to try and capture something unique with each take. The result is a playful, layered pop record on which Low wrote and performed every part himself.

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Kidsmoke

Returning to Green Man for a second year, Wrexham-via-Manchester four-piece Kidsmoke continue to thrill and compel with their glitzy, inventive guitar-pop, which is as indebted to alt-rock from across the pond, as it is The Smiths, Joy Division et al. Nostalgia rarely feels this sweet.

kidsmokemusic.bandcamp.com

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Uumar

A grunge-pop band from Cardiff (think big sludgy guitars with plenty of hooks), Uumar followed up last year’s ‘Heneiddio’ single with a new EP that pushes those pop sensibilities to new heights, delivering a collection of songs that are as sturdy as they are fun.

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Ysgol Sul

Proving that sunny, dreamy pop music doesn’t have to come from the west coast of America, Llandeilo trio Ysgol Sul make suitably hazy pop music, all sung in the Welsh language to-boot. Last year’s Huno EP remains a delightful excursion; all brooding vocals and sumptuous instrumentation.

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Janileigh Cohen

Blessed with one of those vocals that can stop the day in its tracks, Janileigh Cohen is a folk singer from Bolton who adds feather-light production to her stunning voice, resulting in something both fragile and overwhelmingly tender. She’s already been compared to the likes of Joni Mitchell and Carole King and there are definitely parallels to be made in her sparse, delicate song-writing.

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Fish

With an age range of just 18-21, these North Londoners more than make up for their diminished seniority with a shed-load of noise. Drifting between post-punk and grunge influences, this quartet are a highly-charged, and extremely interesting, new name on the scene. Pay attention.

Past line-ups

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2015 Lineup (A-Z)

  • A Trip To Mars
  • A.W. Wilde
  • AAAAAAAAH!
  • Adam Buxton
  • AK/DK
  • Alasdair Roberts
  • Alex Burey
  • Alice Barlow
  • All We Are
  • American Interior
  • AMY
  • Andy Miller
  • Anna B Savage
  • Art Bandini
  • Asteroid Deluxe: The Holy Mountain - Live Score
  • Atomic Bomb! The music of William Onyeabor
  • Aurora
  • Beat This
  • Ben Mellor
  • Benedict Benjamin
  • Beyond The Wizard’s Sleeve
  • Bill Ryder-Jones
  • Birth Of Joy
  • BitBin
  • Black Yaya
  • Bombs
  • Boxed In
  • Briana Marela
  • Bright Club
  • Bug Banquet
  • C Duncan
  • Calexico
  • Cameron A G
  • Carcharorion
  • Casey & Ewan's Crystal Massage
  • Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
  • Charlie Webster
  • Chelou
  • Chris And The Celeriac
  • Chris Jones
  • Clayton Blizzard & The Boys From Marketing
  • Clint Edwards
  • Cocos Lovers
  • Colorama
  • Confessions of a nearly divorced woman
  • Corey Bowen
  • Courtney Barnett
  • Croydon Till I Die
  • Dan Atkinson
  • Dan Deacon
  • Dan Nightingale
  • Darren Hanlon
  • David Fisher
  • David Kay
  • Death Café
  • Declan McKenna
  • Deep Throat Choir
  • Diplomat of Sound DJs
  • Dizraeli & The Small Gods
  • Don Hendicutz
  • Drifters - Live Score
  • Edd Keene
  • Eden
  • Elis James
  • Ellie Fountain
  • Emily Davies
  • Emily Dodd
  • Emmy The Great
  • Eugene Capper
  • Ex-Rent Hell Presents: Road House
  • Father John Misty
  • Feeling Gloomy (DJs)
  • Fingathing
  • Frank Foucault
  • Future Backwards Pursuit
  • Galapagos Finch
  • Gameshow
  • Gareth Brand
  • Gareth Richards
  • Gavin Osborn
  • Georgia Ruth
  • Ghost Box
  • Gindrinker
  • Girl Ray
  • Goat
  • Golden Cowpat
  • Grainne McGuire
  • Gringo Ska
  • Gulp
  • Gwenno
  • Gwenno Saunders
  • Gypsies of Bohemia
  • H Hawkline
  • Hannah Lou Clark
  • Harriet Dyer
  • Heavenly Jukebox (DJs)
  • Henry Paker
  • Holly Walsh
  • Hookworms
  • Hooton Tennis Club
  • Hot Border Special
  • Hot Chip
  • Hot Chip DJs
  • How to be a Space Explorer
  • Hunck
  • Huw Stephens (DJ)
  • Inherent Vice
  • IT FOLLOWS
  • Jack Chesire
  • James Yorkston
  • Jamie XX
  • Jane Weaver
  • Jay Cowle
  • JJ Hodari
  • Joe Pug
  • Jonny Berliner
  • Josh Howie
  • Jude Rogers
  • Jungle By Night
  • King Kong Company
  • Kiran Leonard
  • Knightmare Live
  • Landshapes
  • Leftfield
  • Level Up Human
  • Lori Campbell
  • Low Leaf
  • Loyle Carner
  • Mad Hackers Tea Party
  • Mad Science
  • Magical Mystery Draw
  • Magnetic Rose/Akira
  • Marcel Lucont
  • Marika Hackman
  • Mark E. Smith - The Mojo Interview
  • Mark Olver
  • Martin Carr
  • Matt Rees
  • Matt Sewell – Bird Spotting and Jotting
  • Matthew E White
  • Matthew Pastkewicz
  • Me & My Friends
  • Me and My Friends
  • Meic Stevens
  • Meilyr Jones
  • Mew
  • mi.mu gloves for music
  • Mick Houghton - I've Always Kept A Unicorn
  • Midland
  • Mike Bubbins
  • Minima
  • Moneyshot & Cheeba
  • Mowbird
  • Mr. Benn
  • My Other Future
  • Natalie Prass
  • Nell Frizzell
  • Nick Edward Harris
  • Nothing Is (DJ)
  • Nubiyan Twist
  • ON YER BIKE
  • Owen Pallett
  • Owen Sheers
  • Paddington
  • Palace
  • Palenco
  • Particles
  • Party Animals
  • Patch & The Giant
  • Patrick Turpin
  • Patrick Watson
  • Pete Brown - Matches the Beers and Bands of Green Man
  • Pete Fowler - Monsterism & SFA
  • Pete Paphides
  • Peter Broderick
  • Plastic Fantastic
  • Poco Drom
  • Poco Drom
  • Pop Quiz with Pete Paphides & Bob Stanley
  • Pride
  • Pride and The Miners Strike
  • Public Service Broadcasting
  • Rachael Dadd
  • Revenge of the Mekons
  • Rhod Gilbert - Jest A Minute
  • Richard Dawson
  • Richard King - Original Rockers
  • Rising Ape presents… Life On Mars
  • Rob Chapman - Psychedelia and other Colours.
  • Rob Deering
  • Rob Newman
  • Rose Johnson
  • Rosie Wilby
  • Rozi Plain
  • Ryley Walker
  • Sally-Anne Hayward
  • Sam Brookes
  • Sam Redmore
  • Sara Pascoe
  • Science Ceilidh
  • Science Made Simple
  • Seazoo
  • Seren The Heron
  • Shaun The Sheep Movie
  • Slowdive
  • Slug
  • Sola Rosa Sound System
  • Solarference
  • Son Lux
  • Songhoy Blues
  • Songhoy Blues
  • St Vincent
  • Stealing Sheep
  • Steve Gunn
  • Steven Machat: Sacred Knowledge
  • Strand Of Oaks
  • Stuart Laws
  • Stuff
  • Sturgill Simpson
  • Sun Ra Arkestra
  • Super Furry Animals
  • Super Furry Animals - In Conversation with Gwenno
  • Suzi Ruffell
  • Sweet Baboo
  • Syd Arthur
  • Sylvan Esso
  • Tantz
  • Taxidermy Class
  • Ted Shiress
  • Teleman
  • Television
  • Temples
  • Tezeta
  • The 2 Bears
  • The Antlers
  • The Boy I Used To Be
  • The Carraways
  • The Conservatoire Folk Ensemble
  • The Drink
  • The Duke Of Burgundy
  • The Fall
  • The Human Library
  • The Iron Giant
  • The Left Outsides
  • The Leisure Society
  • The Lodger - Minima Live Score
  • The Lovely Eggs
  • The Minke Whales
  • The Moulettes
  • The Mouse Outfit
  • The Pictish Trail and Sweet Baboo
  • The Staves
  • The Wave Pictures
  • The Wunderkammer
  • This Is The Kit
  • Toby Hay
  • Tom Cox
  • Tom Craine
  • Tom Ravenscroft (DJ)
  • Tom Robinson
  • TOUCH OF EVIL
  • Towel
  • Trecco Beis
  • Trust Fund
  • Ultimate Painting
  • Under Milk Wood
  • Viet Cong
  • Villagers
  • Vök
  • Waitress For The Bees
  • Waxahatchee
  • While We're Young
  • Whiplash
  • White Fence
  • Wide Skies
  • Wild Tales
  • Wildlife Walks
  • Will Burns
  • Will Varley
  • Wyndham Wallace - – Inside The Very Special World Of Lee Hazlewood
  • Yak
  • Zefur Wolves
  • Zun Zun Egui
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2014 Lineup (A-Z)

  • 9Bach
  • A Journey through Life Fantastic
  • Abergavenny Museum
  • Aberystwyth University
  • Adult Jazz
  • Agata Pyzik & Alex Niven
  • Albert Einstein: Relativitively Speaking (Junior Edition)
  • Aled Rheon
  • Alexis Taylor
  • Alice Boman
  • Alistair Barrie
  • All We Are
  • American Interior
  • Andrea Hubert
  • Andy Miller
  • Angel Olsen
  • Anna Calvi
  • Augustines
  • Babe
  • Beirut
  • Ben Moor
  • Ben UFO
  • Benjamin Mason
  • Bert Miller
  • Beth McCarthy
  • Bethany Black
  • Big Swing Sound System
  • Bill Callahan
  • Bournemouth University
  • Boy & Bear
  • Breadcrumb Trail
  • Bright Club
  • Bristol Afrobeat Project
  • Bubbles and Balloons
  • By The Rivers
  • Can You Dig It?
  • Cardiff University - Laboratory of Neuroillusions
  • Cardiff University - The Science of Music in Health
  • Caribou
  • Casey and Ewan's Crystal Massage
  • Cat Rogers
  • Change Ringing
  • Charlie Webster
  • Climbing Trees
  • Clint Edwards
  • Colin Hoult
  • Collective Complexity
  • Count Bobo
  • Croydon Till I Die
  • Daughter
  • Dave Morris and The Knock
  • Deep Throat Choir
  • Dizraeli & Downlow
  • DJ John Hendicott
  • dot.rural Digital Economy Hub
  • Double Play
  • East India Youth
  • Eaves
  • Edd Keene
  • Edward Aczel
  • Elis James
  • Ergo Schmidt
  • FaceOmeter
  • Famy
  • fanSHEN presents The Apple Cart
  • Farao
  • Fat White Family
  • Feeling Gloomy (DJs)
  • Fires
  • First Aid Kit
  • Fist of the First man
  • Flange Krammer
  • Flo Morrissey
  • Flowerpot
  • Frànçois & the Atlas Mountains
  • Frank
  • Frank Fairfield
  • Frogs and Friends
  • Games of Science
  • Gareth Brand
  • Gavin Osborn
  • Gemma Whelan
  • Gengahr
  • Georgia Ruth
  • Get Lost Lancelot
  • Ghost Box
  • Ghost Box Records
  • Golden Fable
  • Green Gartside
  • Greg Hall
  • Greta Isaac
  • Gruff Rhys
  • H Hawkline
  • Hail! The Planes
  • Hamilton Leithauser
  • Happyness
  • Hawksdrift Falconry
  • Heavenly Jukebox (DJs)
  • Heavy Petting Zoo
  • Heg & The Wolf Chorus
  • Hermigervill
  • Highasakite
  • Hockeysmith
  • Holly Burn
  • Honeyfeet
  • Horse & Louis
  • How to Train Your Dragon
  • Howard Marks
  • Howard Read
  • Huw Stephens (DJ)
  • I Break Horses
  • Inside Llewyn Davis
  • Instructions
  • It’s Such a Beautiful Day
  • James Endeacott
  • James Yorkston
  • Jasper Storey
  • Jay Brown
  • Jeffrey Lewis & The Jrams
  • Jess Hall
  • Jess Morgan
  • Jimi Goodwin
  • Jo Neary
  • Jo Stephenson
  • Joanna Gruesome
  • Joe Lycett
  • John Mouse
  • Jon Wagstaffe
  • Jonathan Wilson
  • Jordan Brookes
  • Josh Widdicombe
  • JP Bean presents 'Singing From The Floor
  • Julie Byrne
  • Juliet Meyers
  • Jungle By Night
  • Jupiter-C
  • Kathrin deBoer
  • Kenneth Anger Double Bill: Scorpio Rising & Rabbit’s Moon
  • Kind Hearts & Coronets
  • King's College London - Exhale
  • King's College London - Neurogenesis Smoothies
  • Kurt Vile and The Violators
  • Lail Arad
  • Lanterns on the Lake
  • Laura Groves
  • Lionesque
  • Little Arrow
  • Lori Campbell
  • Love.Stop.Repeat
  • Luke Abbott
  • Luke Smith
  • Mac DeMarco
  • Macho City
  • Manu Delago Handmade
  • Marc O'Reilly
  • Mariam The Believer
  • Marie Curie Initial Training Network “Destiny” / Oxford Photovoltaics Ltd.
  • Mark Olver
  • Martha Tilston
  • Matt Rees
  • Matt Richardson
  • Matt Sewell
  • MC Xander
  • Meilir Tomos
  • Memory Palace
  • Mercury Rev
  • Met Office
  • Michael A Grammar
  • Michael Chapman
  • Mike Bubbins
  • Minima - Lotte Reiniger
  • Mistaken for Strangers
  • Moshi Moshi DJs
  • Mutual Benefit
  • MXLX
  • My Sad Captains
  • Neko Case
  • Neutral Milk Hotel
  • Nick Helm
  • Nick Helm and Band
  • Nick Mulvey
  • No Thee No Ess
  • O'Hooley & Tidow
  • Oh, she was a hypercube
  • OK3
  • Ollie Rudge
  • On Your Marks!
  • Oscar Rowe
  • Other Lives
  • Ought
  • Owen Hatherley
  • Owen Niblock
  • Oxford University
  • Painted Faces
  • Panda Bear
  • Pappy's
  • Patrick Keiller
  • Periodic Success
  • Pete Brown
  • Pete Paphides
  • Peter Howell (BBC Radiophohic Workshop)
  • Pink Oculus
  • Plank!
  • Poco Drom
  • Polica
  • Pop Quiz with Pete Paphides & Bob Stanley
  • PULP: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets
  • Rafaella
  • Real Estate
  • Reeps One
  • RY X
  • Ryan Cull
  • Sally-Anne Hayward
  • Sam Green & The Midnight Heist
  • Samantha Crain
  • Samaris
  • School of History Archaeology and Religion, Cardiff University
  • Seazoo
  • Secrets of Sex
  • Secrets of Space Travel
  • Secrets of the Sun
  • Sen Segur
  • Sennen Timcke
  • Seth Faergolzia
  • Shape Records at Green Man 2014
  • Sharon Van Etten
  • Sheelanagig
  • Shirley Collins
  • Simian Mobile Disco DJ set
  • Simian Mobile Disco perform Whorl
  • Siôn Russell Jones
  • Slint
  • Smerins Anti Social Club
  • Sons of Noel and Adrian
  • Speedy Ortiz
  • Stanley Brinks
  • Studio Ghibli Double Bill: My Neighbour Totoro & The Wind Rises
  • Sun Kil Moon
  • Suns of the Tundra
  • Sweet Benfica
  • Taffin
  • Tako Lako
  • Talisman
  • Ted Shiress
  • Teleman
  • Tender Prey
  • The 2 Bears
  • The Allergies
  • The Ballina Whalers
  • The Beast
  • The Butterfly House
  • The Drop
  • The Echo and The Always
  • The Einstein’s Garden SketchCrawl
  • The End of the World is Nigh!
  • The Endless Summer + The Rumble-O’s live score
  • The Field
  • The Gentle Good
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel
  • The Hot Sprockets
  • The Humble Quest for Universal Genius
  • The Intermission Project
  • The John Langan Band
  • The Love Zoo
  • The Mad Hackers Tea Party
  • The May Birds
  • The Melodic
  • The Mouse Outfit ft. Dr Syntax & Sparkz
  • The Muppet Movie
  • The Phantom Band
  • The Phantom of the Opera + Minima live score
  • The Pictish Trail
  • The Pooh Sticks
  • The Punk Singer
  • The Rails
  • The Rise of the Insect Superpowers
  • The Rumble-O’s
  • The Secret World of Surgery - More Than Skin Deep
  • The Secret World of Surgery - Who Pulls the Strings?
  • The Slackline School
  • The Ugly Animal Roadshow
  • The Urban Folk Quartet
  • The War On Drugs
  • The Waterboys
  • Them Squirrels
  • Thought Forms
  • Threatmantics
  • Tom Davis
  • TOY
  • Tunng
  • Twmpathology
  • Two Days, One Night
  • Typesun
  • UCell
  • University College London - Dig for Diaphyses - Talking Bones
  • University College London - Nanotechnology: How small are we talking?
  • University of Bristol
  • University of Bristol and the MRC IEU
  • University of Bristol’s Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group (TARG)
  • University of Cambridge
  • Valleyers
  • Vancouver Sleep Clinic
  • Vegetable Instruments
  • Viv Albertine
  • We Are Catchers
  • What Next?
  • Wildlife Walks
  • Will Hodgkinson
  • William Tyler
  • Woman's Hour
  • You and the Night
  • Zachary Cale
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2013 Lineup (A-Z)

  • Action Science Theatre LIVE - Heroes
  • Adam Bloom
  • After Hours at the Pole Star Club
  • Allah-Las
  • Andrew O'Neill
  • Andrew Weatherall
  • Andreya Triana
  • Andy Roberts presents Albion Dreaming
  • Angela Barnes
  • Anna von Hausswolff
  • Annie Dressner
  • Annie Eve
  • arbouretum
  • Archie Bronson Outfit
  • BaByHeAd
  • Band of Horses
  • Beak>
  • Bear's Den
  • Being 747
  • Ben Howard
  • Benji Boko
  • Bert Miller and The Animal Folk
  • Bethan Elfyn (DJ/Compere)
  • Bethany Black
  • Big Heart
  • Birth Of Joy
  • Blaenavon
  • Blood Lines
  • Box of Light
  • Brian Gittins
  • Bright Club
  • British Sea Power
  • Buke & Gase
  • Buzz Words and The Bee Ceilidh
  • By The Rivers
  • Caitlin Moran
  • Calon
  • Caroline Mabey
  • Casey and Ewan's Crystal Massage
  • Casi Wyn
  • Celia Pacquola
  • Chinese Missy
  • Christian Pattemore
  • Christopher Rees
  • Cinematograph Film Club Presents
  • Clampdown
  • Clint Edwards
  • Cocos Lovers
  • Colman Brothers
  • Copendium! Julian Cope in conversation with Lee Brackstone
  • Cosmos Collapse
  • Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog
  • Cracking the Code: The Genetics of Superheroes
  • Crackling Vinyl - Adam Walton (DJ/Compere)
  • Dan Bettridge
  • Darkstar
  • Darren Hayman
  • Denai Moore
  • DJ Fitz
  • DJ Neuropol
  • Dr Syntax and The Mouse Outfit
  • Dr.Complex and the Funomenals
  • EagleOwl
  • Early Ghost
  • Edwyn Collins
  • Edwyn Collins & Grace Maxwell in conversation with James Endeacott
  • Elis James
  • Ellen and the Escapades
  • Erol Alkan & Daniel Avery
  • Ewan Pearson
  • Explore Your Universe
  • F#ck Buttons
  • Fairy Accessories
  • Fanfarlo
  • Fantastic Mr.Fox
  • Feeling Gloomy (DJs)
  • Fence Records
  • Fernhill
  • Fist of the First man
  • Flamingods
  • From Wrexham To Wuhan
  • G R E A T W A V E S
  • Gavin Osborn
  • Gentlemen
  • Giant Games
  • Girls Names
  • Grass House
  • Gringo Ska
  • Gulp
  • Gypsy Hill
  • haiku salut
  • Half Moon Run
  • Hawksdrift Falconry
  • Heavenly Jukebox (DJs)
  • Heymoonshaker
  • Holly Burn
  • Holly Walsh
  • Honeyfeet
  • Hormone Harmony
  • Horse & Louis
  • Horse and Louis
  • Humble Quest For Universal Genius
  • Huw M
  • Huw Stephens (DJ)
  • ICHI
  • Isy Suttie
  • Izzy's Incredible Adventure
  • Jacco Gardner
  • James Endeacott in conversation w/Richard King
  • James Yorkston
  • James Yorkston in conversation with Pete Paphides
  • Jarred Christmas
  • Jen Long and Ally McCrae (DJs)
  • Joe Banfi
  • Joel Dommett
  • John Cale
  • John Cale in conversation with Jude Rogers
  • Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit
  • Jon Hopkins (live)
  • Jon Langford
  • Jon Wood - Half-baked Heroes
  • Jordan Brookes
  • Josh Widdicombe
  • Julia Holter
  • Julia Holter
  • Junkfish
  • Karl Hyde - The Outer Edges
  • Keston Cobblers Club
  • Kings of Convenience
  • Landshapes
  • Lau
  • Laurence Made Me Cry
  • LCD Soundsystem - Shut Up and Play The Hits
  • Let's Get Angry
  • Listening to Water - Gwrando ar y Dŵr
  • Little Arrow
  • Local Natives
  • Lori Campbell
  • Lou Sanders
  • Love.Stop.Repeat
  • Low
  • Luke Smith
  • Maeve Higgins
  • Man's An Idiot
  • Mankala
  • Marika Hackman
  • Mark Allen
  • Mark Olver
  • Mark Pilkington presents From The Akashic Jukebox
  • Mark Simmons
  • Maths Busking & Ingenious Busking
  • Matt Berry
  • Melodys Echo Chamber
  • Midlake
  • Mikal Cronin
  • Mike Bubbins
  • Minima - Crossways
  • Minima - For All Mankind
  • Mo Kenney
  • Mogees
  • Molly Wagger
  • Money
  • Moon Duo
  • More Like Trees
  • Mt. Wolf
  • Nathan Fake
  • Nathan Filer - The Shock of the Fall
  • NEAR
  • Nuala Honan
  • Nuala Honan & Friends
  • Olof Arnalds
  • Once Upon a Time
  • Pappy's
  • Parquet Courts
  • Pat Dam Smyth
  • Patti Smith and Tony Shanahan
  • Paul Mosley
  • Pedal Power
  • Peggy Sue
  • Penny Matthews
  • Performing Surgery
  • Pete Brown matches the ales and ciders of Green Man to music
  • Phosphorescent
  • Polly and the Billets Doux
  • Portico Quartet
  • Public Service Broadcasting
  • R.Seiliog
  • Rachael Dadd
  • Rachel Zeffira
  • Radstewart
  • Rattle Tales
  • Resonators
  • Revere
  • Riddim Fruit All Stars
  • Riot Jazz Brass Band
  • Roy Harper
  • Rozi Plain
  • Ryan Francesconi & Mirabai Peart
  • Sam Amidon
  • Sam Brookes
  • Sarah Angliss presents Train Your Bird in Stereo
  • Sarah Bridgeman
  • Science Showoff
  • Science Stalls 2013
  • Sculpting Nature with Mike Hartley
  • Solarsense
  • Solo Banton
  • Steve Hall
  • Steve Mason
  • Stop Motion Workshop
  • Stornoway
  • Suzi Ruffell
  • Swans
  • Sweet Baboo
  • Syd Arthur
  • Teleman
  • The Amazing Adventures of Wallace and Bates
  • The Ballina Whalers
  • The Flying Seagull
  • The Great British Printing Bee
  • The Horrors
  • The Humble Quest for Universal Genius
  • The Incurable Imagination of Anthony Jones
  • The Intermission Project
  • The Junk Orchestra
  • The Mad Hackers Tea Party
  • The Memory Band
  • The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing
  • The Most Gigantic Lying Mouth of All Time
  • The Mr Wolf Collective
  • The Pastels
  • The Reliable Beards
  • The Slow Show
  • The Sound of Silence
  • The Spider Man Returns
  • The Wild Oats
  • This Is The Kit
  • Thought Forms
  • Tiernan Douieb
  • Tinmen
  • Tom Allen
  • Tom Ravenscroft (DJ)
  • Trwbador
  • Ugly Animal Preservation Society
  • Unknown Mortal Orchestra
  • Unlimited Space Agency
  • Veronica Falls
  • Victoria Hume - Delirium
  • Villagers
  • Warp Videos
  • We Are Animal
  • We Were Evergreen
  • Why We Die
  • Wild Smiles
  • Wildlife Walks
  • Will & The People
  • Will Varley
  • Wille and the Bandits
  • Winter Villains
  • Withnail and I
  • Woods
  • Yngve & the Innocent
  • Yr Ods
  • Yumi & The Weather
  • zervas & pepper
  • Zimbaremabwe
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2012 Lineup (A-Z)

  • ahab
  • Airhead
  • Alaska
  • Alt J
  • An Evolutionary Arms Race
  • Anatomical Art
  • Andy Hickie
  • Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film
  • Arachnophobia
  • art and craft
  • Barney Hoskyns
  • Behemoth
  • Being 747
  • Benjamin Francis Leftwich
  • Benjamin Partridge
  • Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny
  • Black Mountains Falconry
  • Bowerbirds
  • Bright Club
  • Bronze Medallists
  • BUG adam buxton
  • Bullion (DJ set)
  • Cakehole Presley
  • Casey and Ewan's Crystal Massage
  • Casey and Ewan's Crystal Massage for the Eyes
  • Cashier No. 9
  • Cass McCombs
  • Cate Ferris
  • Cate Le Bon
  • Cate Le Bon
  • Chailo Sim
  • Children’s Film Foundation
  • Chris Chopping
  • Cocos Lovers
  • Coda
  • Collective Complexity
  • Crackling Vinyl
  • Crybaby
  • Damien Jurado
  • Dan Evans
  • Dance Little Man
  • Danny Deegan
  • Dark Dark Dark
  • Daughter
  • David McCaffrey
  • Delete the Banjax
  • Dexys
  • Dizraeli and the Small Gods
  • DJ Cheeba
  • DJ Parker
  • Dom James & His Dixie Ticklers
  • Dracula the Prince of Darkness
  • EagleOwl
  • Edward Aczel
  • Elfic: A Showdown with Gravity
  • Emperor Yes
  • ENERGY
  • Errors
  • Feist
  • Fence Records present "TOO LATE IN THE DAY"
  • Field Music
  • Fluidity Freerun
  • Friends
  • Future Shorts
  • Gabby Young and The Other Animals
  • Gang Colours
  • Gareth Potter - Gadael yr Ugeinfed Ganrif
  • Gavin Osborn
  • Georgia Ruth
  • Ghostpoet
  • GLASTONBURY THE MOVIE IN FLASHBACK
  • Glis Glis
  • Goodnight Lenin
  • GreenandPleasantLand By fanSHEN
  • Greg Hall
  • Greta Isaac
  • H Hawkline
  • Heymoonshaker
  • Hidden Orchestra
  • Holly Walsh
  • In Chapters
  • Islet
  • James Blake
  • James Fearnley
  • Jamie Gallagher
  • Jamie N Commons
  • Jen Long
  • JFB
  • Jim Bob
  • Joanna Gruesome
  • Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate
  • Joe Pug
  • John Jeremiah Sullivan
  • John Peel's Shed by John Osborne
  • John-Luke Roberts
  • Jonathan Richman
  • Jonny Berliner
  • Jordan Brookes
  • Josie Long
  • Junior Boys
  • Katie Steckles’ Favourite Sums
  • King Charles
  • King Creosote & Jon Hopkins
  • King Porter Stomp
  • KWES
  • Laid Blak
  • Laura J Martin
  • Lazy Habits
  • Leanne Wood & Rachel Trezise: In Conversation
  • Linton Kwesi Johnson
  • Lone
  • Loney Dear
  • Lori Campbell
  • Louis Barabbas & The Bedlam Six
  • Lower Dens
  • Lucy Rose
  • Luke Wright
  • Lund Quartet
  • Mankala
  • Mark Allen
  • Mark Olver
  • Megafaun
  • Metronomy
  • Michael Fabbri
  • Michael Kiwanuka
  • Mike Bubbins
  • Mike Wozniak
  • Minima - Crossways
  • Minima - For All Mankind
  • MJ Hibbett & the Validators: Dinosaur Planet
  • Mogees
  • Mogwai
  • Molotov
  • Moneyshot
  • More Like Trees
  • Mowbird
  • Mr Scruff
  • music
  • Nadia Kamil
  • Nathaniel Metcalfe
  • Nic Harrigan: Quantum Magic / Don’t Do This At Home
  • Nick Mulvey
  • No Thee No Ess
  • Nuala Honan
  • Nuala Honan & Friends
  • Nuru Kane
  • Of Montreal
  • Oliver Meech
  • One Sixth Of Tommy
  • Only Poets
  • Passport To Pimlico
  • Pat Dam Smyth
  • Paul Thomas Saunders
  • Pen Pastwn
  • Pete Paphides
  • Pete The Bug Man
  • Phillip Henry and Hannah Martin
  • Ping Pong
  • play
  • Polar Explore
  • Polaroid 85
  • Psychemagik (DJ set)
  • Puppets and Pandemonium: Green Finger
  • Quatermass & the Pit
  • Remember Remember
  • Resonators
  • Richard Norris (DJ set)
  • Richard Warren
  • RM Hubbert
  • Robin Ince
  • Rocketnumbernine
  • Rodney Branigan
  • Roll Out The Barrel
  • Rosie Wilby: The Science Of Sex
  • Rozi Plain
  • Rumble-O’s
  • Savages
  • Science at Play
  • Science Junkie - In The Zone
  • Science Misadventures
  • Science Slam
  • Science Songwriter Of The Future
  • Scientists Crafternoon Tea Party
  • Scritti Politti
  • Seamus Fogarty
  • Searching For Sugarman
  • Sheelanagig
  • Simon Watt: Dissections Uncut
  • Slow Club
  • Smerins Anti Social Club
  • Stealing Sheep
  • Stella Duffy
  • Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
  • Steve Hall
  • Steve Smyth
  • Stornoway
  • Sweet Baboo
  • Switch
  • Syd Arthur
  • Tako Lako
  • Teeth of the Sea
  • Temples
  • The Alien Hunter's Handbook
  • The Bees
  • The Chain
  • The Chemical Brothers: Don’t Think
  • The Felice Brothers
  • The Humble Quest for Universal Genius
  • The Land That Time Forgot
  • The Perch Creek Family Jug Band
  • The Pictish Trail
  • The Plague of the Zombies
  • The Reptile
  • The Staves
  • The Story of Wales with Jon Gower
  • The Stuff
  • The Tallest Man On Earth
  • The Urban Folk Quartet
  • The Walkmen
  • The Wave Pictures
  • The Woven Project
  • Theoretical Girl
  • This Wicked Tongue
  • Three Trapped Tigers
  • Time & Space Machine
  • Tiny Ruins
  • Tom Bell
  • Tom Williams & The Boat
  • Tom Wrigglesworth
  • TOY
  • Treetop Flyers
  • Trembling Bells
  • tUnE-yArDs
  • Urban Folk Quartet
  • Vadoinmessico
  • Van Morrison
  • Vondelpark
  • Wildlife Walks
  • Will & The People
  • Will Jeffery
  • Willy Mason
  • Withered Hand
  • Wizards Of Oz: The Musical Philosophy of Everything
  • Yann Tiersen
  • Yes Sir Boss
  • Yngve & the Innocent
  • Zoe Lyons
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2011 Lineup (A-Z)

  • 9Bach
  • admiral fallow
  • alessi's ark
  • Andrew Weatherall
  • andrew weatherall & sean johnston present "a love from outer space"
  • Bellowhead
  • Ben Howard
  • Benjamin Francis Leftwich
  • Bert Miller and The Animal Folk
  • bleeding heart narrative
  • Bright Club
  • Chailo Sim
  • chris clark (club set)
  • Cowbois Rhos Botwnnog
  • Darkstar
  • destroyer
  • driver drive faster
  • dry the river
  • duotone
  • Ellen and the Escapades
  • Emily Barker & The Red Clay Halo
  • Fleet Foxes
  • Folks
  • Georgia Ruth
  • Gruff Rhys
  • H Hawkline
  • Hannah Peel
  • Holy Fuck
  • horse meat disco
  • Iron And Wine
  • James Blake
  • james vincent mcmorrow
  • John Mouse
  • josephine
  • josh t pearson
  • Laura J Martin
  • Laura Marling
  • lia ices
  • mancub babywoman
  • marcus foster
  • Martin Carr (Brave Captain)
  • Matthew & The Atlas
  • Meilir Tomos
  • Meilir Tomos
  • Michael Kiwanuka
  • Minima - Crossways
  • Minima - For All Mankind
  • moddi
  • neverest songs
  • night angles
  • No Thee No Ess
  • Noah & The Whale
  • Oh Ruin
  • Other Lives
  • our broken garden
  • Pilooski
  • Plank!
  • polar bear
  • Rachael Dadd
  • Robyn Hitchcock
  • SEAN JOHNSTON
  • She Keeps Bees
  • sic alps
  • Siôn Russell Jones
  • Solarsense
  • squarepusher
  • stephen christian (warp records)
  • suuns
  • Suuns
  • Tender Prey
  • The 2 Bears
  • the 2 bears present "bunga bunga"
  • The Antlers
  • The Avett Brothers
  • The burns unit
  • The Cave Singers
  • the doozer
  • The Gentle Good
  • The Leisure Society
  • the low anthem
  • The Pictish Trail
  • The Ramshackle Union Band
  • the sleeping years
  • The travelling band
  • thomas dybdahl
  • Treecreeper
  • Treefight for Sunlight
  • tweak bird
  • under the driftwood tree
  • ute
  • Villagers
  • wibidi
  • wild nothing
  • Wildlife Walks
  • Will & The People
  • Y Niwl
  • younghusband
  • zervas & pepper
  • zwolf
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2010 Lineup (A-Z)

  • An Horse
  • Avi Buffalo
  • Bear In Heaven
  • Beirut
  • Bert Miller and The Animal Folk
  • Bill Callahan
  • Billy Bragg
  • Bleedin Noses
  • Brigyn
  • Caitlin Rose
  • Cass McCombs
  • Chew Lips
  • Christopher Rees
  • Darkstar
  • Darwin Deez
  • DJ Cheeba
  • DJ Yoda
  • Doves
  • Efterklang
  • Egyptian Hip Hop
  • El Goodo
  • Erland & The Carnival
  • Explosions in the Sky
  • F#ck Buttons
  • Factory Floor
  • Field Music
  • Fionn Regan
  • First Aid Kit
  • Georgia Ruth Williams
  • Girls
  • Gold Panda
  • Greco-Roman Soundsystem feat. Ross Allen
  • Henry's Funeral Shoe
  • Hexstatic
  • Islet
  • Jack Northover
  • James Blake
  • James Yorkston
  • Je Suis Animal
  • Joanna Newsom
  • John Grant
  • John Mouse
  • John Smith
  • Johnny Flynn
  • Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit
  • Joker's Daughter
  • Jonathan Powell
  • Jonny Kearney & Lucy Farrell
  • Junior Boys
  • Katell Keinig
  • Laura Marling
  • Lone Wolf
  • LoneLady
  • Lowri Evans
  • Matthew & The Atlas
  • Matthew Herbert (DJ)
  • Megafaun
  • Message For Bears
  • Metronomy
  • Minima - Crossways
  • Minima - For All Mankind
  • Mountain Man
  • Mumford and Sons
  • Neon Indian
  • O.Children
  • Oh Ruin
  • Outshine Family
  • Pete Greenwood
  • Race Horses (Radio Luxembourg)
  • Rachel Sermanni
  • Ryan Francesconi & Mirabai Peart
  • Sam Amidon
  • Silver Columns
  • Simone Felice
  • Singing Adams
  • Sleepy Sun
  • Sons of Noel and Adrian
  • Sparrow and the Workshop
  • Spencer McGarry Season
  • St. Just Vigilantes
  • Steve Mason
  • Summer Camp
  • The Besnard Lakes
  • The Boy Who Trapped The Sun
  • The Dufflefolks
  • The Flaming Lips
  • The Gentle Good
  • The Lowland Hundred
  • The Pictish Trail
  • The Smoke Fairies
  • The Tallest Man On Earth
  • The Unthanks
  • The Wave Pictures
  • These New Puritans
  • Tindersticks
  • Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
  • Voice of The Seven Woods (Rick Tomlinson)
  • Wild Beasts
  • Wild Geese (DJ)
  • Wildlife Walks
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2009 Lineup (A-Z)

  • 9Bach
  • Alisha Sufit
  • Amorphous Androgynous
  • Andrew Bird
  • Animal Collective
  • Beach House
  • Bert Miller and The Animal Folk
  • Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny
  • Birdengine
  • Blue Roses
  • Bon Iver
  • Bright Light Bright Light
  • British Sea Power
  • Broken Records
  • Camera Obscura
  • Caribou
  • Cranium Pie
  • Dent May
  • Diagonal
  • Dirty Three
  • Dollboy
  • Emma Tricca
  • Emmy The Great
  • Erland & The Carnival
  • Errors
  • Euros Childs
  • Four Tet
  • Gang Gang Dance
  • Golden Animals
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Hawkwind
  • It's A Buffalo
  • James Yuill
  • Jarvis Cocker
  • JC Carroll
  • Joe Gideon & The Shark
  • Jonny
  • Le B
  • Magic Arm
  • Mankala
  • Martin Carr (Brave Captain)
  • Mary Hampton
  • Megson
  • Meilir Tomos
  • Minima - Crossways
  • Minima - For All Mankind
  • Mississippi Witch
  • Nick Nicely
  • Nive Nielsen
  • No Thee No Ess
  • Noah & The Whale
  • Pagan Wanderer Lu
  • Peggy Sue
  • Peter Broderick
  • Pivot
  • Player Piano
  • Richard James
  • Right Hand Left Hand
  • Rodriguez
  • Roky Erickson
  • Rozi Plain
  • Ruby Samba
  • Scott Matthews
  • She Keeps Bees
  • Sibrydion
  • Stornoway
  • Swanton Bombs
  • Sweet Baboo
  • Syd Arthur
  • The Aliens
  • The Fence Collective
  • The Fuzzbirds
  • The Gentle Good
  • The Leisure Society
  • The Phantom Band
  • The Pictish Trail
  • The Soundcarriers
  • The Strange Boys
  • The Three Craws
  • The Yellow Moon Band
  • Trembling Bells
  • Unicorn Kid
  • Vetiver
  • Wave Machines
  • Wilco
  • Wild Beasts
  • Wildlife Walks
  • Wooden Shjips
  • Zun Zun Egui
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2008 Lineup (A-Z)

  • 9Bach
  • Alela Diane
  • Archie Bronson Outfit
  • Babel
  • Badly Drawn Boy
  • Ben Ottewell
  • Beth Jeans Houghton & The Hooves Of Destiny
  • Black Mountain
  • Bowerbirds
  • Brigyn
  • Burning Leaves
  • Caribou
  • Cate Le Bon
  • Cath and Phil Tyler
  • Cats In Paris
  • City Reverb
  • Clare Maguire
  • Cymbient
  • Damien Jurado
  • David A. Jaycock
  • Devon Sproule
  • Drive-By Truckers
  • Duke Garwood
  • Emmy The Great
  • Essie Jain
  • Eugene Mcguinness
  • F#ck Buttons
  • Fight Like Apes
  • George Thomas
  • Gwynet Glyn
  • Heather Jones
  • Howlin Rain
  • Iron And Wine
  • James Yorkston
  • Jane Weaver
  • Jennifer Gentle
  • John Stammers
  • Junior Boys
  • King Creosote
  • Laura Marling
  • Lightspeed Champion
  • Little Wings
  • Los Campesinos!
  • Lou Rhodes
  • Magik Markers
  • Mary Hampton
  • Moon Music Orchestra
  • Mugstar
  • Mumford and Sons
  • Nic Dawson Kelly
  • Nina Nastasia
  • North Sea Radio Orchestra
  • O'Death
  • One Little Plane
  • Orange Blossom Special
  • Ox.Eagle.Lion.Man
  • Pamela Wyn Shannon
  • Paul Marshall
  • Pentangle
  • Pete Greenwood
  • Pete Molinari
  • Prince Rama of Ayodhya
  • Race Horses (Radio Luxembourg)
  • Richard Thompson
  • Rod Thomas
  • Sara Lowes
  • School Of Language
  • Sefa
  • Sennen
  • Simone White
  • Spiritualized
  • Super Furry Animals
  • The Accidental
  • The Cave Singers
  • The Drift Collective
  • The Gentle Good
  • The Memory Band
  • The National
  • The Owl Service
  • The Peth
  • The Pictish Trail
  • The Saffron Sect
  • The Swanton Bombs
  • The Yellow Moon Band
  • Truckers Of Husk
  • Wildbirds & Peacedrums
  • Wolf People

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