Gothenburg’s Way Out West Festival is set to bring one of the summer’s most impressive line-ups with the likes of Bon Iver, Blur, Wilco and Refused taking the daylight park hours before Stay Out West takes you on a trip around the city with El Perro Del Mar, Ceremony, Purity Ring and so so many more.
Kraftwerk are legends. Their influence as electronic pioneers is unrivalled. They’ll be making a rare appearance on Saturday night. They’ll be bringing their 3D live performance with them. They won’t notice if you’re not there. Only you will have to live with the regret.
Based upon the evidence of latest track ‘Innocence is Sense’ we are guessing that Sarah Assbring’s forthcoming self produced full length Pale Fire will be nothing short of incredible.
Whatever you think of the reformed Brit-poppers their live performances to date this summer have, according to most, been nothing short of revitalising and who could pass up the chance to see them at least once before they possibly call a halt to this re-union.
From Cambridge basements to Radio 1 playlist stalwarts, Alt-J have the musical world eating out of the palm of their hands right now and well, with a debut as incredible as An Awesome Wave, we’re not surprised.
With every live show Justin Vernon’s musical offerings become more grandiose, we can’t wait to see what he has in store for us this weekend.
We’ve long been fans of Jeff Tweedy and co’s output here at Best Fit, and their most recent album The Whole Love was no exception.
The Service signed electro-pop duo Fredrik Lindson and Torbjörn Håkansson create perfectly sun soaked trips for hazy nostalgic summer days.
Not one for sensitive ears, Elliphant has big, bass pumping tunes up her sleeve.
Electro pop mainstays Hot Chip released their fifth full length album earlier this year, so expect a set of obvious hits mixed in with the more recent, quirky strokes.