Pet Shop Boys, Kansas and Billy Ocean get covered in blood.
A stripped-back piece of rhythmic pop about how love and war are opposite sides of the same coin.
Letterman-san, you are so progressive...
Daniel Lopatin and Noyce Boyce's constantly changing live experience stays put for one night.
Nothing like his usual piss-take covers, Mac's acoustic version is clear-eyed and stunning.
His return to his grime roots gets its most convincing turn yet.
Lots of footwork and amen breaks, plus the ghost of Doncaster ravers.
The dark new age group "strips down" by adding cellos, singing saws and the kitchen drone.
Relive the festival's first weekend with Nas, Future Islands, Beck, and more.
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