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More reviews of The Great Escape 2012

The Third instalment of our favourite reviews. Monday we’ll have the final installment of the staff picks! Who did you enjoy most?

ThisFestivalFeeling
This Festival Feeling have given a run through some of their picks from this years festival, particular highlights being Solar Bears and Doldrums. Click here for the full review.



7 Bit Arcade
The wonderful 7bitarcade have given a comprehensive run through Thursdays #TGE12 with three of the team giving their picks from the day with Fever Fever being tipped as one’s to watch for the future. You can read Thursday’s installment here and keep an eye out for Fridays and Saturdays to.



Twilandtwit

We have a whacking great soft spot for serial #TGE12 tweeter ‏@richlay and his overview of the festival does not disappoint. If we ever bump into him in the Waggon and Horses we will be first in line to get the Doom Bars in.

Thursday - Review Here
Friday - Review Here
Saturday - Review Here



Brighton Source Magazine

The SOURCE sent three brave reviewers onto the streets of Brighton to cover The Great Escape Festival where notable highlights were We Were Evergreen, Rolo Tomassi and Cave Painting.

Thursday - Review Here
Friday - Review Here
Saturday - Review Here



LilMissMosher

Here is another great little review from another #TGE12 serial tweeter @lilmissmosher who gives an excellent overview of her Great Escape Festival experience.

Thursday - Review Here
Friday - Review Here
Saturday - Review Here

BAND OF THE DAY #52 - Doldrums


Young Turks presented a showcase at the Boiler Room last night, featuring Band of the Day - Doldrums aka producer Airick Woodhead. It was available to stream on the Boiler Room website but if you missed it there’s usually a podcast and video that follow. In the meantime stream his “Empire Sound" EP here:

EMPIRE SOUND EP by DOLDRUMS



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