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ATL | 15:36 UK time, Tuesday, 1 March 2011

 ATL sent our roving reporter Scott Edgar to galivant around the festival and report back to us with his findings. Here is how he got on.

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With so much to see, ATL’s festival kicks off with a fairly ramshackle show in Madison’s basement, lacking a crowd, a soundman, and a PA, but the Belfast never-say-never attitude kicks in and before too long, bands are on stage and we’re underway. Master and Dog seem to be going through the motions, maybe a little thrown off their game by the preceding disarray, but by the time Louisiana Joyride take the stage, the crowd has built up nicely and it’s time for a Wednesday night hoedown. The highlight of the night is a delightful acoustic set from Seven Summits, a stripped down set really highlighting the songwriting talent behind the band.

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