MilkJaggit

Richard, 34, hombre, Reino Unido
www.last.fm/music/Milk+Jag…Visto por última vez: Octubre 2012

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  • pee2pee

    sfsdf

    15 Feb 2013 Responder
  • xe54

    Am trying to get field day tix too.... dunno most of the bands playing though! Kane and lydia are coming down too! Word!

    26 Jul 2011 Responder
  • mmarcc

    Hey, do you still have 2 DFA tickets for the Weds? I'm trying to swap my Thursday tickets.

    27 Abr 2011 Responder
  • slaytanic1

    Can't answer you either, never been before and only really planning on going for the Big Four day anyway. Not much else there for my tastes...Bloodstock is more my cup of tea!

    22 Mar 2011 Responder
  • Katorevenge

    Dude, sorry I dunno. This is my first Sonisphere and, indeed, my first camp out. Normally I go to Bloodstock for one day or something but because it's so good and I actually have the means to do so I'm going with a gang of mates for the 4 day camping thing. Sorry, if I could help you I would... :/

    22 Mar 2011 Responder
  • Darth-Sam

    Its a bit shit I know. Basically what al-xiii said. Coaches tend to be organised out side of the main festival organisers, with seetickets for example. so its a bit weird. I've never travelled by coach though, I would guess they work to get you there early on the friday anyway.

    21 Mar 2011 Responder
  • al-xiii

    Hey Richard, thanks for your message. As most festival goers turn up ASAP on Thursday, the coach packages run on the Friday to ease congestion at the main entrance. Last year, the bands started at 5pm on Friday which gives you plenty of time to get set-up. ______________________________________ Hey al-xiii. See we have super music compatability! Nice. Quick question....If you buy the festival ticket + coach option it only lets you do Fri - Sun. You can buy Thurs - Sun without coach. Not sure how that works? Normally (at other festivals) you camp the Thursday afternoon before, not setting up camp Friday lunchtime when the bands come on? Why is that?

    21 Mar 2011 Responder
  • reapersdealer

    all those msgs below really answer your question if youd like to go for thur to sun and crnt find a coatch option i recomend you get your tix from te green coatch company

    21 Mar 2011 Responder
  • Megatron-1

    Hey there. I can't say much about the coach thing, but basically, some people choose to set up camp on thursday so they can get a better camping spot. And also there's plenty of partying and drinking to be done, so why not, you know? You get an extra day to enjoy the non-band related aspects of the festival, which a lot of people like.

    21 Mar 2011 Responder
  • KarmaKollapse

    Bands start playing at 5pm on the Friday, at least that's how it worked last year. I'd expect this year to just have the Big Four + Diamond Head on the Friday. So if you get there early Friday afternoon, you should have plenty of time to set up camp, have a bevvy or two, and be ready to see the first band.

    21 Mar 2011 Responder
  • ZanderB

    I've been there a couple of times - saw four tet there last year...it's basically a warehouse with not much done to it! Had cool lighting for four tet from what i can remember tho!

    20 Feb 2011 Responder
  • ZanderB

    Trail of dead will be awesome as well! Still havent listened to the Peaches album...will check that out now.

    20 Feb 2011 Responder
  • ZanderB

    That'll be a great gig...absolutely loving the new track too. I've got major lazer and four tet coming up this month which should be sweet. Have you seen the new hot chip video? It's comedy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaCZN2N6Q_I

    21 Abr 2010 Responder
  • xe54

    F U R T O N G U E !

    11 Ene 2010 Responder
  • ZanderB

    brrrrap...check out my events - biffy on 20th october, cribs on 3rd december. Get involved!

    16 Sep 2009 Responder
  • ZanderB

    'Mon the Biffy! Really good ep, album out in october i think.

    26 Ago 2009 Responder
  • jimlundblad

    Cat Rapes Dog!!

    19 Ago 2009 Responder
  • blackmemoir

    That's top compatibility, keep in touch with recommendations!

    30 May 2009 Responder
  • SilveraWilliams

    Thought this might be up your alley, so to speak... This Friday sees the incredible Squarepusher performing at the Ether Festival at the London South Bank centre. To win a pair of tickets, simply e-mail info@bleep.com with answer to the following question. What was the name of Squarepusher's last album?

    21 Abr 2009 Responder
  • SilveraWilliams

    Easy, yep this Last FM malarky has my head spinning with all the tunes I've not heard for donkeys! Lovin the radio thingy...

    21 Abr 2009 Responder
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Milk Jaggit goes by the real name of Richard Clarke. He is originally from Putney in South London but currently makes his music in Muswell Hill, North London. His name comes from his mis-pronunciation of name Mick Jagger at the age of 2 years old. Milk Jaggit's music tends to favour an experimental cut and paste approach, incorporating beats and using real instruments wherever he can and the best use of improvised recording. His musical influences include Kid 606, Shellac, Boards Of Canada, Sonic Youth, Squarepusher and Bogdan Raczynski.

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