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GALLERY: Dot To Dot Festival @ Manchester (04/06/2012)

Offering some of the most promising up-and-coming bands in the indie/alternative rock genres all in a tri-city touring festival, Dot To Dot Festival is one of the best ways for people to get a hold of bands who are the verge of breaking through or who are looking to get a hold of something new. If you went to the Manchester date of the festival, check out our photos below to relive some of the action:

Featuring: Patterns / The Men / Turbowolf / Clock Opera / A Plastic Rose / Bastille / Cloud Nothings / Pure Love / The Internet

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LIVE: Dot To Dot Festival @ Manchester (04/06/2012)

Date: June 4th, 2012
Venue: HMV Ritz / Sound Control / Joshua Brooks / The Deaf Institute / Zoo, Manchester
Website: www.dottodotfestival.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/dottodotfestival
Twitter: www.twitter.com/d2dmanchester

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Offering some of the most promising up-and-coming bands in the indie/alternative rock genres all in a tri-city touring festival, Dot To Dot Festival is one of the best ways for people to get a hold of bands who are the verge of breaking through or who are looking to get a hold of something new. Not one to miss out if we can help it, we stopped by on the third and final date of this year’s Dot To Dot in Manchester.

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NEWS: BBC Introducing stage announced for Reading/Leeds 2011!

The line-up for the BBC Introducing stage at this year’s Reading/Leeds festivals have just been announced. The following acts will be playing on the aforementioned stage at this year’s festival weekend, with day splits for them still yet to be announced:
A Genuine Freakshow, Anguish Sandwich, Arthur Rigby And The Baskervylles, Black Diamond Bay, The Bronze Medal, Castrovalva, Circles, Clock Opera, CourageHaveCourage, Cuba Cuba, Daughter, Discopolis, Don Broco, Funeral Suits, Ham Sandwich, Heart-Ships, The Kill Van Kulls, Kirk Spencer, The Mexanines, Milk Maid, The Minutes, The Original Rude Boys, Rae Morris, Rainy Boy Sleep, Save Your Breath, The Simon Pollard Band, Spector, These Furrows, This Boy Wonders, Tomahawks For Targets, The Winchell Riots

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