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Field Day 2014 Day One: Victoria Park, London – live festival review

Field Day 2014: Review. In which Keith Goldhanger tells us which Australian group "sound better than the Stone Roses ever did."

Field Day 2014 – festival preview

Field Day's round the corner boasting another stellar lineup. Via a dozen videos of artists performing we preview it.

More acts announced for Field Day

Thurston Moore and Future Islands to join Metronomy, Pixies and The Horrors at Field Day London 2014.

Field Day expands into Europe

Jon Hopkins, SOHN, Four Tet and Jamie XX are all set to play at dates across Europe as Field Day announces expansion across the continent.
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