SATURDAY 12 JULY
MAIN STAGE Bands start at 12.10pm.
Apollo 440 Beats and bleeps combine with some of the most beautiful crooning ever as demonstrated on their Elec'trnglide In Blue album.
Divine Comedy Neil Hannon comes over all romantic with a twinkle in his eye and a tongue in his cheek.
G.U.N. Putting their rock-filled past behind them. the Glaswegian trio are forging a new direction with their groovesome new offering. 0/4] 632 6326.
Reef Primal rock for those who like their steaks blue and their raunch raw.
Dodgy Festival troopers and peroxide dispensers of goodtime vibes.
Kula Shaker Doe-eyed Crispian and chums get ready to get mystic on yo ass from a significantly higher position on the bill than last year.
The Charlatans Back from the brink. 'l‘itn Burgess et u/ have added a touch of coffee house folk to their post-bagg t swagger.
NME STAGE Bands start at 11.50am.
Cake Like All—girl New York trio who‘ll kick your butt with their art rock guitars.
Arab Strap Falkirk duo who are becoming infamous for their shambolic live shows and fondness for a drink.
Superstar Joe Mc/‘xlinden lays bare his soul with some gentle melodies.
Jimi Tenor Keyboard maestro and expert in esoteric electronica. Tenor will distort your world.
Travis ‘All They Want To Do Is Rock‘ proclaims their new single. In a bolshie glam manner. of course.
Sneaker Pimps Dancefloor beats with indie attitude.
Geneva Aberdeen/Oxford band whose debut album Furl/im- is standing up for itself in the indie charts due to its other-worldly grace.
Neneh Cherry: Sat 12 Jul. Main Stage
Longpigs Angst on a stick frotn the band who were cruelly passed over for international stardom when they released their album The Sun ls Often Our last year. Mebbe this year. Placebo Aggressive guitars and eye-liner frotn Brian Molko. the man whose sexually ambiguous looks have been leaving several lads in a state of confusion as Placebo‘s profile has risen.
Shed Seven Perennial indie faves who have been on the verge of mainstream success for years without being a household name.
RADIO ONE EVENING SESSION/KING TUT’S WAH WAI-I HUT STAGE
The first band is on at 11.35am.
Radish Young American band who describe their sound as ‘sugar metal'.
Arnold Latest Creation signing in a blokes- itﬂti-bOWi-CUIS mould.
Mogwai Glaswegian experimental guitar band who do a neat line in alternating calm and discord. Like a party. too.
Grass Show Swedish five-piece whose first album. Something Sine/ls Cam] In Still/(ville fuses choppy guitars with more classic pop melodies.
The Delgados Heading towards the hierarchy
of Glasgow‘s noisy guitar bands thanks to their album. Dnnwslt'ths.
The Stereophonics Passionate and intelligent Welsh trio who have huge things ahead of them. according to Honest Jon. 'I'lzv [.ist‘s top tipster.
subcircus Disturbed sounds from turbulent minds.
Tiger Reviled for their mullets yet revered for their quirkiness. this appearance will be the first sighting of the Tiger team fora few months.
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci Welsh Beach Boys playing prog rock (cue ubiquitous drugs reference) on acid.
Symposium Venue-splintering young upstarts who have been igniting pogofests around the country for the last six months. Monaco Pete ‘i..eft‘ Hook. of former New Order fame. teams up with a young gun guitarist and sounds like . . . New Order. Hurrah!
SLAM MUZIK TENT
A nice early 11am start for clean-living clubbers.
Jon Carter A leading light in the big beat sound. (‘arter has worked with the Dub Pistols and Monkey Mafia.
IN THE PARK
Daft Punk: Sat 12 Jul, Slam Muzik Tent
Olive Drum ‘n‘ bass lite which recently scored a Number One hit with ‘You‘re Not Alone'.
James Lavelle Mo Wax main man wields his white labels.
Nightmares 0n Wax l)th and drum ‘n‘ bass experimental collision.
Andrew Weatherall He‘s been around front the very beginning spinning his hard house and classic remix work. Are the times a' changing?
Slam Live Local heroes Stuart McMillan and ()rde Miekle play live for the first time.
DJ Sneak ("hicago-style tech—house disco from the large gentleman.
Daft Punk (iallic dance monsters who scored a massive hit earlier this year with llUHH’H'UI'k.
Laurent Garnier l‘renclt superstar and master of electronica rounds off the night with a certain Il(’ .vtlts‘ t/tmi.’
There is also a Ceilidh Tent featuring
some of Scotland's Celtic best. Continued over page
Kula Shaker: Sat 12 Jul. Main Stage H 241 Jul 199/1115 LIST 1'!