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  • Taking Time Out with the Black Widows | Lakefe5t
    career so far Sitting and listening to our first album mixed and mastered and just feeling proud that it was done and sounded how we d intended It was hard work but the end product was worth it we d become a different band from the one that started it When you were starting out who were your biggest influences musically Personally I started playing guitar because I wanted to be able to play Live Forever by Oasis and Noel Gallagher remains an influence even if the band steer clear of that kind of style When The Black Widows started me and Matt were listening to a lot of folk country stuff old and new Classics like Dylan and Cash but new stuff too like The Felice Brothers and Delta Spirit How has your style of music changed from when you first started playing When we first started we had bits of everything but when it came to making our album we wanted it to be cohesive and so we got our 10 best country folk style songs which all followed a certain narrative It s shaped us into the band we are now but we think that the style will evolve again we like the idea of more gospel in the future Whatâ s the best thing about playing at a festival Hopefully the sun but it ll be great to get onto a bigger stage we may not be the greatest dancers but we love to have a go Plus playing alongside Ocean Colour Scene is a pretty cool thing to be able to do Whatâ s your favourite colour Come on we re The Black Widows If you could trade places with any band or musician for a week who would it be and why Right now

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/taking-time-out-with-the-black-widows (2016-02-16)
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  • The Leylines | Lakefe5t
    vibe at festivals and they are a great place to meet new people and increase your fan base to people who might not have otherwise seen or heard the band Whatâ s your best memory of performing so far My best memory of performing so far is probably supporting 3 Daft Monkeys at The Gloucester Guildhall it was a great gig and we had so much fun we are really looking forward to playing loads of gigs and making lots of new memories over the coming summer months too Who are your music non music idols For me personally my music idols have to be The Levellers they were pretty much the reason I started playing and singing them and Paul Weller I remember about the time I was leaving school hearing the album Levelling The Land I instantly loved every song on there and knew then that I wanted to create songs and play music too Still to this day that is my number one album of all time and it is the one I have played the most throughout my life What is your favourite song to perform My favourite song to perform is probably â Run for Cover We always finish our gigs with it and it seems to instantly turn people into bouncing crazy nutters haha We always play that song with so much passion and power too It is a song about being a working man and against the government and their policies its bit of a protest song to be honest If there was any song you wish you had written what would it be and why The song that I wish I had written is definitely Another Man s Cause by The Levellers It is my all time favourite song It is kind

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/leylines (2016-02-16)
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  • Hanging out with Emily Jones | Lakefe5t
    make the most of everything Whatâ s been the best moment of your music career so far Being able to play for BBC Introducing last year at Underground Festival was a bit surreal definitely made some lifetime friends that I really value and was lucky enough to hang out with Bastille and Peace for a while crazy When you were starting out who were your biggest influences musically I stumbled across Elena Tonra who fronts Daughter on MySpace probably around the age of 13 and became immediately hooked since then I ve always believed that less can definitely be more in music and it s the subtleties of your expression that actually speak the loudest How has your style of music changed from when you first started playing I ve become more assured and developed with my style of music and I now have a band set up to support that but contrasting to that I ve become a lot more open to other sounds and genres for example I m becoming more involved in production and I seem to have an electro side to me waiting to explore I m also more technical with regards to the music that I play as I ve studied a lot of music theory over the years Whatâ s the best thing about playing at a festival The people you re bound to make new friends and everyone has a story to tell  Whatâ s your favourite colour I do like a rich deep red but I also like an earthy combination of blues greens and white If you could trade places with any band or musician for a week who would it be and why Oddly enough I think I would go into a Jamaican Steel Drum band because I would

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/emilyjones (2016-02-16)
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  • No Good Nancy’s | Lakefe5t
    Where is your favourite place to perform In the shower but it does get a bit cramped Whatâ s your best memory of performing so far Our very first gig when we grabbed the crowd s attention and we realised that for what started as a bit of fun we actually sounded pretty good Who are your music non music idols Bjà rk Bowie Buzzcocks Carole King Carly Simon Crowded

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/good-nancys (2016-02-16)
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  • Talking to Lakefest’s Opening Act – Indigo Kings | Lakefe5t
    word what would it be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Whatâ s been the best moment of your music career so far Opening the main stage for Lakefest Hmm maybe also making our first ever music video it s just been released to youtube it s a quirky take on blind date and was so much fun to make When you were starting out who were your biggest influences musically There are 7 of us so it s a massive melting pot of influences everything from Count Basie to Kenny Kerr Duke Ellington to Amy Winehouse Howlin Wolf to Caro Emerald and everything in between How has your style of music changed from when you first started playing Steve our drummer used to play in a brass band when he was much younger so things have changed We ve all done various eclectic things in the past and have come together to form The Indigo Kings sound In the 3 years since TIK formed we have moved away from classic jazzy blues a bit to a more retro style mashing it up with vintage pop Whatâ s the best thing about playing at a festival Mud and rain Oh sorry the BEST it s all about the audience when there s loads of people and they re really into it everything feels fantastic Whatâ s your favourite colour Indigo If you could trade places with any band or musician for a week who would it be and why The lads say they would like to be Beyonce s backing band something to do with the view If you could have one wish on the Winstonâ s Wishing Line what would it be To appear on Jools Holland s hootenanny If that s a bit too tricky to organise maybe a cure for all known

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/talking-to-lakefests-open-act-indigo-kings (2016-02-16)
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  • The Bad Shepherds | Lakefe5t
    original work Ade himself is best known as a comedian including appearances on The Young Ones Bottom and The Comic Strip Presents We caught up with him before the band hit the main stage on Saturday 9th August Describe your band in 3 words  Punk folk joy Where is your favourite place to perform Festivals it s where people are most open to new ideas Whatâ s your best memory of performing so far Avalon Stage Glastonbury a few years ago don t know why it was so different but it was just so emotionally charged That said we played a dinner club to 100 people in Katoomba in The Blue Mountains that was equally brilliant The best gigs are when everyone connects Who are your music non music idols Johnny Rotten and Stan Laurel They re quite similar when you think about it What is your favourite song to perform My favourites are all the jigs and reels that s the real exciting bit If there was any song you wish you had written what would it be and why I wish I d written every song in the world even the kitsch ones I love song writers

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/bad-shepherds (2016-02-16)
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  • Hanging out with The Feddens | Lakefe5t
    something all music fanatics can relate to Give these guys a decent studio engineer and youâ ve got yourself a great record In just a few days time they ll be joining us for Lakefest s annual party So we thought we better catch up with them before they perform on The Guidhall Stage If you were to describe yourself your band in one word what would it be Juicey Whatâ s been the best moment of your music career so far Playing live some of the shows supporting our friends bands are pretty wild which is always fun When you were starting out who were your biggest influences musically I would say the strokes they are that band that every teenage boy wishes they were in or friends with but i don t know we think being influenced often isn t a conscious thing How has your style of music changed from when you first started playing I think we have become a lot more confidant to try new things Stuff is now normally pretty dancey still keeping with the indie roots but we try and make it a bit more funky and interesting for people but understand that we don t have and can t please everyone As long as we re happy with stuff and feel reasonable proud of it not a lot else matters Whatâ s the best thing about playing at a festival  The Atmosphere everyone seems to be out for a good time a festivals also its open air and sometimes very rarely sunny which makes things nice Whatâ s your favourite colour Duck egg blue If you could trade places with any band or musician for a week who would it be and why Will Smith If you could have one wish

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  • Fun Lovin’ Criminals | Lakefe5t
    To date they have sold over 10 million albums worldwide and they are joining us at Lakefest to showcase their infamous alternative hip hop rock sounds Read our interview with the band as they prepare to close the main stage on the Sunday night with a rip roaring experience  Describe your band in 3 words FUN LOVIN CRIMINALS Do you prefer to player bigger national venues or small events We enjoy any gig with electricity and alcohol Whatâ s your best memory of performing so far  It has to be performing in Serbia not long after their issues of the 90 s We will always remember the bullet holes riddled in the McDonalds and the smiles on the peopleâ s faces at the gig Who are your music non music idols Steely Dan and our NYC lawyer Judah Shapiro Youâ ve had some fantastic hits over the years but which song are the bands favourite to perform Friday Night only at gigs on a Friday FLC play Lakefest on Sunday so most likely Smoke Em a great festival song Youâ re closing the show at this yearâ s festival but what can people expect from your performance A

    Original URL path: http://lakefest.co.uk/the-latest/fun-lovin-criminals (2016-02-16)
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