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Rigsy | 23:31 UK time, Sunday, 29 May 2011

Team ATL is currently recovering from an incredible weekend in Killinchey, as Pigstock kickstarted the festival season with two days which soared above and beyond our (high) expectations. We've decided the only way we can get over the inevitable post-Pigstock blues is to look forward to what the rest of the summer has in store!

With that in mind, we'd like to hear which local act (and at which festival) you consider absolutely unmissable, and why. Whether it's Fight Like Apes at Electic Picnic or Not Squares at Willowstone - let us know via facebook, twitter or by texting 81771 when we go on air at 8pm tonight. Here's our picks....

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Rigsy - ATL presenter 

 

 

 

Rams Pocket Radio @ Glasgowbury 2011

Yes I'm a massive fan (as any regular listener to the show will know!) but it's more the fact that, for some ludicrous reason or other, I keep missing them live and ain't seen them perform since last summer. Off the top of my head - a wedding, a flat tyre, tonsillitis and poor time keeping are among some of the things to blame.  What makes it worse is having to listen to people hark on about how amazing they've become live (for example, ATL review William Johnson on Friday evening). So if not before, I will be putting this right at Glasgowbury '11 with Rams Pocket Radio my one absolute-cannot-be-missed act of the day/summer.

 

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