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Spin or Bin Music Feature: 5 Top Acts At Glastonbury 2014

By  July 2, 2014

The mother of all music festivals, Glastonbury, recently took place over the weekends and the line-up for the festival was nothing short of incredible. 

Spread out over six different stages, musical acts from all around the world made their way specially to the UK in celebration of the best in music right now. 

With over 100 acts, it's definitely hard to keep up with live streaming and to properly figure out which acts you'd want to watch. What's worst is that the BBC iPlayer is geo-blocked so only users in the UK are allowed to watch the concert live, so if you don't have a VPN, chances are, you've missed out on a lot. 

However, we've round up 5 of the best acts that took to the stage in Glastonbury so you don't feel like you've missed out much: 

Kasabian

Looking dapper in his white suit and black shades, lead singer Tom Meighan really got the crowd going when the band, performed Eez-eh. I especially loved Chris Karloff's guitar solo that really just stole the show. 

Ellie Goulding

Attracting one of the biggest crowds, Ellie Goulding really brought the house with her energetic set that included plenty of dance moves and an impression of Game of Thrones' Jon Snow. Her performance of Burn was particularly impressive because she did a bevy of sexy dance moves and even shredded on a guitar. 

Disclosure

Definitely one of the biggest acts to hit us this year, Disclosure's set included smooth tracks that got everyone dancing and prepped for more performances. Instead of playing a pre-mixed track the way regular DJs do, the duo actually brought out a bass guitar and performed for When A Fire Starts to Burn.

Bombay Bicycle Club

I won't lie, I really love Bombay Bicycle Club and watching them live at festivals like Coachella and Glastonbury just makes me love them even more. Energetic and effortlessly cool, their rendition of Carry Me was so much fun. 

Dolly Parton

As they say, old is gold and Dolly Parton's performance of her ever popular, Jolene, just goes to show that she's still got it. Also, can we all just talk about how flawless she looks? 

Photo credit: BBC Radio 1/Glastonbury


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