The best compilation album since I Love The 90s, Now 43, and Disney Sing Along? I think so. The official compilation to support Indietracks 2014 is full of brilliant jangly pop, classic riffs, bounding melodies and flickering guitars. All profits go to supporting the Midland Railway charity, the unique Derbyshire site for this annual festival. Featuring 55 tracks from bands such as Gruff Rhys, Allo Darlin’, Dean Wareham, Rocketship, Withered Hand, Spearmint, The Spook School, The Popguns, Sweet Baboo, Let’s Wrestle, The Very Most, Franny and Zooey, The Wellgreen, Night Flowers, ONSIND, The Blue Minkies, The Yawns, Thee AHs and Lost Tapes it’s a pretty good introduction to the weekend. Friday to Sunday tickets are only £72, which is, simply, ludicrously good value.
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