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Sunday, Reading Festival 2013.

…es a while to allow for the plush billows of becoming French musical perfumery to enter the bloodstream, and bring with them renewed sanguine aspirations for the new school year. You never cease to learn stuff at the Reading Festival, and this year’s edition was certainly no exception. Many a revelation was lost to the murky fug of memory left behind, though maybe the most apropos disclosure is that there remains oodles of enjoyment to be…So on & so forth…

Dots & Dashes’ Festival Frolics, 2016.

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…uff to ensure we reply to each and every individual email. For which we can only apologise.) Oh, and before we forget, for all things Festival Frolics – whether metropolitan, more arcadian or even further afield – it’s festivalfrolics@dotsanddashes.co.uk, while all advertising enquiries should be forwarded on to ads@dotsanddashes.co.uk. And finally, if you’ve not a straight key nor owt else capable of transmitting the ol’ morse…So on & so forth…

September

5th–7th: Festival Nº6 feat. Beck, Pet Shop Boys, tUnE-yArDs, John Wizards & Arthur Beatrice, Portmeirion, Gwynedd [REVIEW] 13th: On Blackheath feat. Massive Attack & Grace Jones, Blackheath Common [REVIEW] 17th: M O T H X R, Boston Music Room [REVIEW] 19th: iTunes Festival: SBTRKT & Jamie xx, Roundhouse [REVIEW] 20th: Gruff Rhys: American Interior, Queen Elizabeth Hall [REVIEW] 25th: Angel Olsen, Electric Ballroom [REVIEW] 29th:…So on & so forth…

June

…uture Islands, Victoria Park [REVIEW] 9th: Blaue Blume, The Old Blue Last [REVIEW] 10th: Wye Oak, Islington Assembly Hall [REVIEW] / Tom Vek, Rough Trade East [REVIEW] 13th: James Lavelle’s Meltdown: UNKLE:REDUX, Royal Festival Hall [REVIEW] 20th–21st: CC14 feat. of Montreal, Alexis Taylor, Rainer & Dirty Beaches, Camden [REVIEW] 25th–29th: Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts feat. Pixies, Interpol, Manic Street…So on & so forth…

August

…15th–16th: Jabberwocky Fallout: Nils Frahm, Ought, The Van Pelt & BIG UPS, London [REVIEW] 22nd–24th: Reading Festival feat. Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, blink-182, Metronomy, SBTRKT & Klaxons, Richfield Avenue, Reading [REVIEW] [July] [September]…So on & so forth…

July

3rd: Fear Of Men, Scala [REVIEW] 4th–6th: Wireless Festival feat. Kanye West, OutKast, Pharrell Williams, Basement Jaxx & Giorgio Moroder, Finsbury Park [REVIEW] 8th: Manic Street Preachers, Rough Trade East [REVIEW] 10th: Liu Bei, Servant Jazz Quarters [REVIEW] 15th: M. Ward, Islington Assembly Hall [REVIEW] 17th–20th: Latitude feat. Damon Albarn, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Slowdive, Lily Allen, Nils Frahm & San Fermin, Henham Park,…So on & so forth…