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Reading and Leeds acts interviewed by The Unsigned Guide

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Richard Banks Richard Banks | 10:02 UK time, Friday, 28 August 2009

The Unsigned Guide - active supporters of all things unsigned and a good place to turn for advice - have been speaking to some of the bands who'll be gracing our stage at Reading and Leeds festival this coming weekend.

The first of their two part interview features Bear Driver, A Plastic Rose (who you might have heard played on Radio 1 during the way last week) and Sixty Watt Bayonets.

What does this slot at Leeds/Reading mean to your band?
It means we get our names on the same poster as Radiohead, Bloc Party, Arctic Monkeys and loads more world class acts. That's a pretty nice feeling. Reading & Leeds festival is known all over the world so it's something to tell the grandkids. Plus we get backstage so I'll be on a Fearne Cotton hunt!

In part two, we hear from Milk White White Teeth, Minnaars, and Kinch.

You can read the interviews in full on The Unsigned Guide's blog.

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