You must experience these.
Brilliant performance from Duke Special with some of his best work (poignant responses to classic photographs). See a previous recording at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_VdxPtlnso
Fantastic soundscape-y rock, with visuals. (Greenbelt 2014)
Fantastic performance, great music, wonderful singing from somebody of whom I really only know (that) one song. (Greenbelt 2014.)
A really interesting blend of theatre and documentary: recounts the actor's experiences in protests and her conversations with her father (a police officer who has policed protests).
At Greenbelt 2014. Bravely forgoing vocals for the first few songs; but a impressive often-instrumental-only folk bank.
Worth experiencing but not essential.
Entertaining, melodic, interesting vocals, folk-ish sound. (Greenbelt 2014.)
Impressive exhibition of creative technology in art, films and videogames. Interesting selection of historical examples, some of the best recent work and some newly commissioned pieces. Heavier on tech than art (but given how terrible most contemporary art is that might be a good thing). The 'biggest' exhibit (the interactive laser pit) is actually one of the weaker ones.
A comedy folk band (and regulars at Greenbelt). Entertaining songs, great engagement with crowd.
Acceptable; I didn't regret it but I wouldn't really recommend it.
Ridiculously dressed, guitar centred music. The kind of stuff that might be nice in the background while doing something else.
A terrible (pro independence) talk on Scotland. Emotionally manipulative, economically illiterate; insanity. With loudly shouted, bad, poetry. (Talk at Greenbelt 2014)