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The story of End of the Road festival 2017

In glorious technicolor photography

We’ve just got back from Dorset, somehow muddy, dehydrated and sunburnt. It was the 12th edition of End of the Road festival. The big review is to come in the next issue of the magazine, but across the weekend, our writers were covering the standout moments. Like Moonlandingz/Slowdive‘s opening night combo, Radio 3 bringing its Late Night Junction programme to the festival for the first time, Father John Misty toning down his histrionics – maybe in a bid to be more liked for his first ever festival headline show, HMLTD’s divisive glam-rock-disco outing and King Khan and the Shrines’ arse-less leotard. All weekend, Loud And Quiet photographer Timothy Cochrane was shooting away. See it all below.

And thanks to all of those who came to see what we were up to there: our live recording with Nadine Shah for our Midnight Chats podcast (episode out soon), our drunk DJ set dressed as priests and our talk on zines with a few friends of ours.

The Moonlandingz
Bo Ningen
IDER
EOTR’s expanded cinema area was themed on Twin Peaks
This fortune telling cat in a glass case was in no way creepy as fuck
Kelly Lee Owens
The EOTR life drawing photo booth promised a 30% accuracy rating
.. like this
A clay rowboat, a clay llama (?) and some other clay works of art
The EOTR Postal Service will deliver your mail around the site. Messages like “Still alive?” etc.
Baxter Dury
The Garden Stage crowd with the Victorian singing stage on the left of shot
“Brand awareness”
Nick Luscombe of BBC Radio 3 introducing the Late Junction programme, recorded for later broadcast
Laraaji
Housewives
This guy has a second Ainsley T-shirt for day 2
The Main (Woods) Stage
Mac Demarco
Mac Demarco
A live recording of our Midnight Chats podcast with Nadine Shah
Nadine Shah in conversation
HMLTD
HMLTD
HMLTD
The Lemon Twigs
Let’s Eat Grandma
Father John Misty
Then this happened when a couple of us DJ’d dressed like priests
The EOTR Library Stage
The Loud And Quiet discussion on printing zines in 2017 was pretty groundbreaking stuff
The Honey Hahs
… and their front row
Roy Molloy and Alex Cameron
Shame

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