Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The Stranglers, Paolo Nutini Pendulum and a new batch of receipts for 2010 with little chicha FIB

Today we played the FIB make a move and I've spent all morning thinking that he might drop big name now to make us rethink all that we do not plan to go this year if we were doing the right thing. Radiohead "?," PJ Harvey?, "Animal Collective?," MI A? The truth is that I have not one, but this new batch of confirmations do not think that is decisive for finally going to stop by Benicassim from 14 to 17 July.

If anything The Stranglers, which toured in Spain a couple of years, everything about punk-rock classic authors of hymns such as 'Always The Sun', 'Golden Brown', 'Peaches' and 'No More Heroes' . But I fear that the public of this festival is mostly too young to keep them among his heroes.

Also add the Pendulum, which shows electronics are considered the most explosive at the moment, the young Scot Paolo Nutini, who surely knows better the British public that is close to IFF, The Juan Maclean, James Murphy's DFA label Records, Rockers Vs Congotronics project that brings together Congolese musicians Americans and Europeans, the locals Atom Rhumba, which are still celebrating, Professor Green, The Morning Benders Californians, Jerry Fish & The Mudbug Club, the British DJ duo Jack Beats, the French electronic duo Zombie Zombie, O Emperor, Spectrals, And So I Watch You From Afar and young Londoners The 1945.

I said, that he runs to its credit will be for the big five names we already know but do not forget that the most fun festis are those with a secondary group cartelazo.

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