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Live Gig Video: Electronic briefly reunite to perform ‘Getting Away With It’ at Live at Jodrell Bank 2013

 
By on Thursday, 11th July 2013 at 4:00 pm
 

While us New Order and Smiths fans will be waiting forever for original line-up reunions that will never happen, over the weekend Bernard Sumner made a guest appearance at the Live at Jodrell Bank festival just outside Manchester (naturally) during his former Electronic collaborator Johnny Marr‘s set. Humorously, at the start of the video, Marr looks down at his watch, as if wondering, “where the hell is Bernie?” Watch it below.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwxvBt9t13Q[/youtube]

 

Preview: Live at Jodrell Bank 2013

 
By on Tuesday, 12th February 2013 at 9:30 am
 

All you science types, have I got a feast for the mind for you. Take the world-leading facilities of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, and then stick some star-shattering speakers around the site. Presto, you’ve got the makings of one of the kookiest and yet family-friendly festivals you’ll come by any day. In 2011, Live at Jodrell Bank played host to the cornucopia of psychedelia that is Wayne Coyne’s Flaming Lips, alongside the kings of the music video OK Go and maritime doubleheader British Sea Power and Wave Machines.

While 2012 was cut short due to poor weather, seeing punters miss out on headline act Paul Weller on the Sunday, the first day again proved that the atmosphere when you gather a bunch of like-minded people around a big telescope is difficult to beat. Elbow did their thing in 2012 on the Saturday, and Guy Garvey said the festival was ‘a dream come true’: “All the thrills of space exploration for a band of the Star Wars generation, plus some pretty amazing cold war era hardware. Thanks to everyone who stood in the rain right through to the end, you made it the best gig ever!… ooooooh Jodrellites”

With that in mind, 2013 is set to be another triumphant year under the shadow of the Jodrell Bank telescope. The event will be held this year during the last weekend of August. Reykjavík-born soundscapers Sigur Ros will be looking to go stratospheric with their Friday 30th August headline set at this year’s festival. Drawing from six albums worth of material, it’s sure to be a night which will have thousands of onlookers gazing to the stars with joy.

Tickets are priced at a formidable £35 each and are available here now. Watch the Jodrell Bank preview below.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOF6x4qeTCU[/youtube]

 

Preview: Live at Jodrell Bank 2012

 
By on Tuesday, 28th February 2012 at 4:00 pm
 

The headliners for this year’s Live at Jodrell Bank have been announced. The annual festival that goes on annually in the shadow of the iconic Lovell telescope on the grounds of the University of Manchester’s Jodrell Bank Observatory will take place in 2012 on 23-24 June. Local heroes and now the folks responsible for making this year’s Olympics in London sound great Elbow (pictured above) will headline Saturday the 23rd; the Modfather Paul Weller will assume headline duties on Sunday the 24th. Support acts have yet to be announced.

Tickets go on sale Thursday (1st of March) at 9 AM; tickets for each day are £35 and will be purchasable from the official Live at Jodrell Bank Web site.

 
 
 

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