Wednesday, 30 June 2010

The Prodigy Video Playlist


Prodigy - Playlist


The Prodigy Announce Huge Show For 2010

added 27 October 2009 at 11.40
The band will play their biggest ever solo date at Milton Keynes next summer...
The Prodigy are to play the biggest solo show of their career next summer. The band revealed that they will perform at the Milton Keynes Bowl on Saturday July 24, with special guests Pendulum and Enter Shikari.
The announcement comes as the band reissued their 'Invaders Must Die' album, complete with extra tracks and a DVD, on November 9.
Tickets for the Milton Keynes show go onsale this Friday (October 30) at 9.30am. Seewww.xfm.co.uk/gigs for full details.

Glastonbury 2010 Interviews


Woodenhorse - Product


Tracklist

Cord
Neverthought
Powder
Braille
Focus
Warehouse
Hemlock
Box
Icewater
Brick

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Whigfield - Whigfield


Tracklist

Think of you
Another day
Don't walk away
Big time
Out of sight
Close to you
Sexy eyes
Ain't it blue
I want to love
Saturday night
Another day (bubblegum mix)
Think of you (dancing divaz club mix)
Whigfield megamix

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Jericho - Happycat


Tracklist

Thing crushed under
Armed
Disappoint
Dolls
Waterfall
Bullet
Penguins
Into the sun
Chains

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The Cheez Bros - The Song Will Live On

Tracklist

Tomorrow is another day
Thunder and lightening
Can't go back
The la la la song
Angel
Heart on the line
Fear
Give you my heart
Between the lines
Buskin on a rainy night
Forgiveness

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Stranger Than Pretty - Flat World

Tracklist

1. Flat World
2. Cash
3. Sorrow
4. Smalltown Boy
5. Water (Breaking Over Knees)
6. Something Missing
7. Crazy
8. Love Song
9. Valentine
10. It Never Gets Better (Than This)
11. Next Train To Happiness
12. Soccer
13. Flat World (Fancy Schmancy Mix)
14. Love Song (Reprise)

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Oi's not dead

Last week's requiem for oi seems somewhat premature in the light of an impending blitz of Oi vinyl and dates - many of which, incidently, are anything but right wing.

In order, the Partisans release their debut single 'Police Story'/'Killing Machine' on No Future records this week, "a protest at the brutal death of James Kelly in police custody.

Then Infa-Riot release their debut single 'Kids Of The Eighties'/'Still Out Of Order' on Secret Records on September 30, followed swiftly by the Business debut on October 5, also on Secret.

True to having a laugh and having a say style this is a double A-sider featuring the band's stage fave Harry May and the controversial National Insurance Blacklist.

The Business and Infa-Riot undertake a mini tour of Britain next month on an alternating headline basis. They play Bristol Granary October 12, Scarborough Taboo Club 16, Leeds Brannigans 17, Sheffield Marples 19 (with blitz), Manchester Mayflower 24 (with more gigs at Ipswich, Colchester and Great Yarmouth to be confirmed.

The Sheffield and Manchester dates are being billed as Oi Against Racialism gigs (subtitled 'Oi Agaist Racialism And Political Extremism But Still Against The System'.) Infa-Riot play a Rock Against Racism gig before the tour at Sheffield George IV on October 8.

Meanwhile the Blitz and the Partisans play three Scottish dates Edinburgh YMCA on October 8, Livingstone Dean's Community High School 9, and the Craigskil Club 10 (to be confirmed).

The gigs have been organised by Oi Division fanzine as benefits for the Right To Work March to the Tory Conference next month.

Blitz play the Bradford leg of the March on October 13. The Manchester band, whose debut 'All Out Attack' EP seems to have taken up a permanent residence in the Indie Chart Top Five have recorded a new ep featuring 'Fuck You'/'Time Bomb' and 'Criminal Damage' for release on NO Future on November 6.

Finally the third Oi Compilation album 'Carry On Oi' will be released by Secret Records on October 9.

Compiled by Garry Bushell and dedicated to the Spirit of Che Guevara the album features tracks by Garry Johnson, the JJ All-Stars, Infa-Riot, the Business, the Partisans, the Ejected, Peter & The Test Tube Babies, Blitz, the Last Resort, the 4-Skins and Red Alert.







Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Hit Top 20 UK Videos June 29 2010

Pixie Lott - Turn it up



Kesha - Your love is my drug



Scissor Sisters - Fire with fire



Robyn - Dancin on my own



Sean Kingston feat.Justin Bieber - Eenie meenie



Alicia Keys - Try sleeping with a broken heart



Usher - OMG



B.O.B Feat. Bruno Mars - Nothin on you



Jason Derulo - Ridin solo



Kelly Rowland Feat. David Guetta - Commander



David Guetta Feat. Fergie - Gettin over you



Tinie Tempah - Frisky



Lady Gaga - Alejandro



Eminem Feat. Rhianna - Love the way you lie



Kylie Minogue - All the lovers



Eminem - Not afraid



Example - Kickstarts



Dizzee Rascal Feat. James Corden - Shout



Knaan Feat.William - Waving flag



Katy Perry Feat.Snoop Dogg - California gurls

Glastonbury 2010 greatest hits


Glastonbury 2010 greatest hits


So it's all over for another year. The 2010 Glastonbury Festival came to a close last night, with organiser Michael Eavis inevitably declaring it "the best ever". There were many highlights, starting from the fact that, for once, there was no rain and punters were treated to wall-to-wall sunshine.


Beyond the weather, a stellar list of bands and singers graced the dozens of stages, providing exceptional musical entertainment for the 177,000 people onsite at Worthy Farm's 40th anniversary bash. But which ten performances really stood out and are set to enter festival folklore? Find out below...

10 Radiohead



There are always surprises at Glastonbury and 2010 was no exception, with an unexpected and rapturously received turn on the relatively intimate Park Stage from Thom Yorke, dressed for some reason like Mark Knopfler, and Jonny Greenwood.



09 Dizzee Rascal


Dizzee Rascal
's progression from grime bad boy into the Lenny Henry of 18-30 Ibizan hip hop was completed this weekend as he put on a crowd-pleasing main stage set. It's unlikely he'll be playing that England World Cup song again, however.



08 Snoop Dogg



A massive crowd greeted Snoop on Friday afternoon and he really got the party started, hooking up with emerging UK rap star Tinie Tempah to once again utterly disprove Noel Gallagher's claim that hip hop has no place at Glastonbury.



07 Orbital



There were many collaborations this weekend, some of them very strange, but none could top ‘Doctor Who''s Matt Smith teaming up with Orbital for their epic version of the show's theme tune. It's unclear where he parked the Tardis.



06 Shakira



So peculiar, infectious and charming was Shakira's hip-shaking display that no-one batted an eyelid when the Colombian star revealed she was going to watch yesterday's England vs Germany World Cup game in "a pub in east London".



05 Pet Shop Boys



Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe's serene glide towards pop royalty continued on the Other Stage on Friday night as they put on a futuristic, art-pop rave-up that had people leaving Muse in their droves to catch an eye-popping glimpse.



04 Scissor Sisters & Kylie



It had to happen. Five years after she was forced to pull out because of her breast cancer diagnosis, Kylie Minogue finally played the festival, looking hotter than ever alongside New York's campest band. It proved a marriage made in heaven.



03 Florence & The Machine



‘You Got The Love' is being called the song of the 2010 festival, afterFlorence reportedly played it with Dizzee RascalThe xx and her own band. It is this chilling version, featuring every instrument under a very hot sun, including a harp, which will live long in the memory.



02 Stevie Wonder



He brought proceedings to a hit-packed climax on Sunday, dedicating the set to Michael Jackson and covering ‘Human Nature' before inviting Glasto head honcho Michael Eavis on for a comical take on ‘Happy Birthday'. But, of course, it's Stevie's own songs that everybody wanted to hear.



01 Muse


Muse
 brought the all-guns blazing kitchen sink with them for their supermassive Pyramid Stage show but nothing could match the guest turn of The Edge from U2, who were cruelly forced to pull out because of Bono's injury. Let's hope we get to see him, playing this, in 2011...


The History Of Florence And The Machine


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Florence and the Machine

Florence and the Machine at Brixton Academy in London, 13 December 2009
Background information
OriginLondon, England
GenresIndie pop[1] , Baroque pop[citation needed]Indie rock[1],Alternative rock[1]Anti-folk[citation needed]
Years active2007–present
LabelsIslandIAMSOUND Records, Moshi Moshi Records
Associated actsLightspeed ChampionDizzee RascalMGMTRazorlight
Websiteflorenceandthemachine.net/
Members
Florence Welch
Robert Ackroyd
Christopher Lloyd Hayden
Isabella Summers
Tom Monger
Former members
Devonte Hynes
Florence and the Machine (sometimes stylised asFlorence + the Machine)[2] is the recording name ofindie rock[1] English artist Florence Welch and a collaboration of other artists who provide backing music for her voice. Florence and the Machine's sound has been described as a combination of various genres, includingrock and soul.[3] The band's music has received praise across the music media before they gained mainstream success, especially from the BBC who played a large part in Florence and the Machine's rise to prominence by promoting her as part of BBC Introducing.[4]
The band's debut album, Lungs was released on 6 July 2009, and held the No. 2 position for its first five weeks in the UK Album Chart.[5] On 17 January 2010, the album reached No. 1 on the UK album chart, having remained in the chart for 28 consecutive weeks up until that point.[6]The album has been within the top 40 in the United Kingdom for 50 consecutive weeks, making it one of the best selling albums of 2009 and 2010 so far. At the 2010 BRIT AwardsLungs won the "Mastercard British Album" award.[7]

Contents

 [hide]

[edit]Members

[edit]Florence Welch

Florence Leontine Mary Welch (born 28 August 1986 in London) is the daughter of Evelyn Welch, a Harvard-educated Professor of Renaissance Studies and Academic Dean of Arts at Queen Mary University of London[8] and author, Nick Welch, who works in advertising.
Florence was educated at Alleyn's School, South East London, the alma-mater of actor Jude Law, among others. She did well academically.[9] Welch often got in trouble in school for impromptu singing.[9] Welch has been diagnosed with dyslexia and dysmetria,[10] and believes she also suffers from insomnia.[9] Upon leaving school, Florence studied at Camberwell College of Arts before dropping out to focus on her music.[9]
Welch's fascination with terror and doom was intensified by the death of her grandparents within a few years of each other. At age 10 Welch witnessed her grandfather's deterioration, and her maternal grandmother, also an art historian committed suicide when Welch was 14.[9]
When Welch was 13 years old her mother moved in with her next door neighbour and his three teenage children. According to Welch: "We get on brilliantly now, but it was a nightmare then. I just used to stay in my room and dance around.[11]
Welch contributed vocals to the David Byrne and Fatboy Slim 2010 album Here Lies Love, an album about Imelda Marcos.[12]

[edit]Backing band

The Machine is the name commonly attributed to Welch's backing band, composed mostly of session musicians, who differ dependent on Welch's requirements when performing.[13] "The Machine" may have wrongly been attributed to Welch's backing band, as Welch actually performed as "Florence and the Machine" as a solo artist, before she met them, and attributes her act's name to her original musical project with "Isabella Machine" as a teenager.[9]
Like most solo singers, Welch relies on a regular line up of musicians to support her in live shows. The current line up includes session musicians Robert Ackroyd on guitar, Chris Hayden on drums, Isabella Summers on keyboard, Mark Saunders on bass and Tom Monger on harp. In the past Welch has praised the Machine for understanding her creative process, claiming "I’ve worked with most of them for a long time and they know my style, know the way I write, they know what I want.”[13]

[edit]History

[edit]Early years

According to Welch, "The name Florence and the Machine started off as a private joke that got out of hand. I made music with my friend, who we called Isabella Machine to which I was Florence Robot. When I was about an hour away from my first gig, I still didn't have a name, so I thought "Okay, I'll be Florence Robot is a Machine", before realizing that name was so long it'd drive me mad".[9][14] In 2006 Welch's performances in small London venues under the name "Florence Robot is a Machine" began to attract notice.
Florence and the Machine are managed by Mairead Nash, who decided to manage the singer when an inebriated Welch followed Nash into the toilets[9][10] and sang the Etta James song, "Something's Got A Hold On Me".[15]

[edit]Lungs (2008 - present)

Florence and the Machine released their debut album Lungs in the United Kingdom on 6 July 2009.[16]The album was officially launched with a set at the Rivoli Ballroom in Brockley, South East London. The album has peaked at the number 1 position in the UK and the number 13 position in Europe. As of 6 August the album had sold over 100,000 copies in the UK and by 10 August it had been at the number 2 position for five consecutive weeks.[17][18] Following its 25 July 2009 release for download in the United States the album debuted at the number 17 position on the Billboard "Heatseekers" chart.[19] The album was released physically in the U.S. on 20 October by Island Records.[20] The album was produced by James FordPaul EpworthSteve Mackey and Charlie Hugall.[21] Much of the material on the album was written as reaction to what turned out to be a temporary break-up with Welch's current boyfriend. Welch says "He prefers me not to talk about it. It's funny then singing about it."[17]
The debut single for the album was "Kiss with a Fist" and featured on the soundtrack for the filmJennifer's Body[22] and in the "Looks Like a Lesbian Attack to Me" episode of the television series of "Saving Grace." The follow-up single, "Dog Days Are Over", was recorded with no instruments in a studio the "size of a loo".[23]
The third single from the album was "Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)". Part of the song's melody, as well as the lyric "How quickly the glamour fades" were lifted from New York band Gang Gang Dance's songHouse Jam without credit on Lungs liner notes. Members of group noticed this and brought it to the attention of Florence and The Machine's label. Island Records acknowledged infringement and agreed to pay Gang Gang Dance a share of the song's publishing royalties. Welch agreed that she erred and said her intent was to pay homage.[24][25]
After the release of Lungs, the singles "Drumming Song"[26] and Candi Staton[27] cover "You've Got The Love"[28] were released, the latter of which also went on to become part of a mash-up entitled "You Got the Dirtee Love" between Welch and British rapper, Dizzee Rascal. The two performed the mash-up together at the 2010 BRIT Awards and the recorded performance was subsequently released as a single the following day.[29][30]
In January 2010, "Hurricane Drunk" was originally announced as the next single from the album.[31]However, on 3 March a re-release of "Dog Days Are Over", the opening track from Lungs, was announced on the band's website. The single will be released digitally on 11 April 2010, on 7" vinyl the following day and will have a new video released to coincide.[32]
"Cosmic Love" has been confirmed to be the 7th and final single from Florence's debut album "Lungs", with a music video having already been shot.[33] This song has already appeared in many television shows including American hit shows such as The Vampire Diaries and Greys Anatomy.

[edit]Second album

In NME Magazine, dated 20 March 2010, Welch revealed further details about her second album. She confirmed she had been in the studio for "a two-week stint with producer Paul Epworth" She claims that much of the inspiration for the second album has been scientific because "a lot of her family are doctors or trying to become doctors, so much of her conversations are fixated on medical stuff." The stint in the studio resulted in two tracks being completed and a new sound being discovered, she revealed that one track that will feature on the album is called "Strangeness and Charm", which she describes as "7 minutes long and relentless". She debuted "Strangeness and Charm" on May 2, 2010 in The Olympia Theatre, Dublin during her Cosmic Love Tour. Florence described the new sound as "dancey, but it's also dark as well" she explained that they also featured "relentless drums and heavy, droning bass." The album is due out in 2011.[34]
On 28 April she told the BBC that the album is "ages away from finished" and that lyrical themes on the album will be less Gothic horror and more chemical. There is a song "Spectrum" "which has a lot to do with rainbows and prisms" [35]
On 12 May, it was announced that Florence and the Machine would provide a track called "Heavy in Your Arms" for the soundtrack to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the third film in the The Twilight Saga (film series).[36]

[edit]Touring


Florence and the Machine performing at the O2 ABC in Glasgow during their Lungs Tour 2009.
Florence and the Machine burst onto the London scene playing a handful of gigs in and around London for the likes of The Lock Tavern, Blue Flowers and Filthy Few.[citation needed] In 2007, the band also performed at the debut year of the 1-2-3-4 Shoreditch Festival, performing alongside LightSpeed Champion on the MySpace Main Stage which was hosted by manager Nash's DJ double act, Queens of Noize.[10][37]
The BBC played a large part in Florence and the Machine's rise to prominence by promoting her as part of BBC Introducing.[4] This led to her playing music festivals in 2008, including Glastonbury as well as Reading and Leedsand T in the Park.
Florence and the Machine were part of the 2009Shockwaves NME Awards tour. Welch said that she planned a "pretty theatrical" performance.
The group played the Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust charity event at the Royal Albert Hall in March 2009.[38] Florence and The Machine supported Blur for their 26 June comeback performance at the MEN Arena in Manchester.[39] They played at the Lovebox festival this July 18 and 19. In July 2009, the group was supporting Duran Duran.[14]
The group performed at the 2009 Glastonbury FestivalReading and Leeds festivalElectric Picnic in County Laois, Ireland (for the second consecutive year) and the T in the Park festival.[40][41]
In October 2009, the band's equipment and instruments were caught in a trailer fire during their European tour, forcing the band to use rented instruments to complete their remaining shows.[42]Welch has stated “You could hear the harp’s strings ping in the fire. Strange sound. We recorded it and I want to use it in a song.”[43]
On 27 October 2009, Florence and the Machine played their first official gig in New York City,[44] and appeared on the television programmes The Late Show With David Letterman[45] and Jimmy Kimmel Live![46] Welch has stated although she would like to tour the United States she is fearful of becoming homesick due to the time it would take to tour the country.[47]
After the success of Lungs topping the UK Albums Chart in January 2010, seven months after the album was released, Florence and the Machine announced an eleven date UK tour "The Cosmic Love Tour" in May 2010.[48] They will be accompanied by support acts Babe Shadow and The Drums.[48][49]
Florence and the Machine have been confirmed to be performing at Oxegen 2010,[50] T in the Park 2010,[51] Roskilde Festival 2010[52] V Festival 2010 and 2010 Glastonbury Festival .Florence to play V Festival FlorenceandtheMachine.net. Retrieved 6 March 2010.</ref>[53] In March 2010 it was that confirmed that the band's first headlining festival would be Latitude 2010, having been booked the previous September before achieving their mainstream success.[54]
Florence and the Machine is scheduled to begin their "Cosmic Love" tour in Dublin, Ireland on 2 May. The group plans to debut new material during the tour.[55]
Florence also went on tour with MGMT.

[edit]Critical reception

In early 2008 Welch was interviewed by London events website, Run-Riot.com.[10] Florence and the Machine collected the Critics' Choice Award at the 2009 BRIT Awards after coming third in the BBC'sSound of 2009.[56] As well as attention from the BBC, Welch received significant support from NMEmagazine who included her in their annual NME Awards Tour for 2009, in which she supported White LiesFriendly Fires and Glasvegas on the tour.
The Times described her as "the most peculiar and most highly acclaimed female singer of the moment" and "the latest in a line of great English pop eccentrics".[9] Allmusic described Lungs as "one of the most musically mature and emotionally mesmerizing albums of 2009".[57] Spin Magazinegave Lungs four out of five stars and wrote, "You’ve gotta hand it to the girl: She always makes you feel something".[58] The magazine named the album as the 8th best of 2009.[59]
Florence and the Machine won the "Mastercard British Album" award at the 2010 BRIT Awards forLungs,[60] having also been nominated for the "British Female Solo Artist"' and "British Breakthrough Act" awards.[61] On 19 February 2010, Florence and the Machine won "Best International Band" at the2010 Meteor Awards.[62]. The group is up for four 2010 MOJO Awards the most of any act.[63]

[edit]Discography

Studio albums
EPs

[edit]Festival appearances

List of Florence and the Machine festival appearances [64]
  • Primavera Sound Festival, Barcelona, Spain (next May 2010)
  • Coachella Festival, Indio, CA, USA (April 2010) [2]
  • Heineken Festival 2010, Madrid, Spain (March 2010) [3]
  • St. James Laneway Festival 2010, various cities, Australia, New Zealand (January-February 2010)[4]
  • Festival des Inrocks 2009, various cities, France (November 2009) [5]

[edit]Awards and nominations

YearOrganisationNominated workAwardResult
2009BBC Sound of 2009Florence and the MachineSound of 2009Nominated
Third place
2009 BRIT AwardsFlorence and the MachineCritic's ChoiceWon
Mercury Prize 2009LungsMercury PrizeNominated
Studio8Florence and the MachineFemale Voice of July 2009Won
"Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)"Song of July 2009Won
MTV Europe Music AwardsFlorence and the MachineBest UK & Ireland New ActNominated
Q AwardsLungsBest AlbumNominated
"Drumming Song"Best VideoNominated
Florence and the MachineBreakthrough ArtistNominated
UK Festival Awards 2009Florence and the MachineBest Breakthrough ActWon
2010South Bank ShowFlorence and the MachineSouth Bank Show AwardWon
2010 BRIT AwardsFlorence and the MachineBritish Female Solo ArtistNominated
Florence and the MachineBritish Breakthrough ActNominated
LungsMasterCard British AlbumWon
Meteor Ireland Music AwardsLungsBest International AlbumNominated
Florence and the MachineBest International BandWon
Florence and the MachineBest International Live PerformanceNominated
Elle Style AwardsFlorence and the MachineMusician of the YearWon
Shockwaves NME AwardsFlorence and the MachineBest Solo ArtistNominated
"Rabbit Heart (Raise It Up)"Best TrackNominated
"You've Got The Love"Best Dancefloor FillerNominated
Florence WelchBest DressedNominated
MOJO AwardsFlorence and the MachineBreakthrough ActNominated
Florence and The MachineBest Live ActNominated
"You've Got The Love"Song of the YearNominated
"Lungs"Best AlbumNominated

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Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine performs on the main stage during day one of the Isle of Wight Festival 2010 at Seaclose Park on June 11, 2010 in Newport, Isle of Wight. The festival, now in it's ninth year after being reincarnated in 2002 is attended by 50,000 music fans, which features headline acts Jay Z, The Strokes and Sir Paul McCartney.

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