Tuesday, June 21, 2016

The joy of Episode 6

With festival season very much upon us, Episode 6 of Sounding Bored finds us muddying our metaphorical wellies with a discussion of everything from the sheer number and variety of festivals to economic issues and personal bugbears before finally considering whether - as was suggested by Ryan Bassil in a recent Noisey article - the "golden age of music festivals is over". The episode - recorded at the tail-end of May, so excuse some of the slightly out-of-date references - also features Niall's report on the Double Dot Bash in Reading and our lukewarm-at-best assessment of James Blake's third LP The Colour In Anything.

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