So, go on then. Who was it? Did The Drums' bouncy surf-pop schtick steal the show or were The Maccabees rightful headliners? Are you in the Bombay Bike club, or was the music from The Big Pink head and shoulders above the rest?
Download some free tracks from the bands currently on our tour via the links below, grab tickets to the remaining dates if you haven't seen them already, and let us know who you think is killing it on the tour.
The Maccabees - 'No Kind Words'
Bombay Bicycle Club - 'Evening Morning'
The Big Pink - 'Too Young To Love'
The Drums - 'I Felt Stupid'
Also in our download sack today:
Brooklyn producer Kingdom is behind two of New York's key clubs right now: the dance/hip-hop hybrid of Club Vortex and the shameless celebration of RnB that is ddarkk. He's remixed the likes of Kid Sister and Telepathe and recently released his first original track on A-Trak's label Fool's Gold, the quasi-8-Bit, kind of garagey monster 'Mind Reader'.
We've got the slightly less full-on cut-up version from L-Vis 1990. Download it here.
Also on the net:
Brooklyn duo Tanlines have remixed Bombay Bicycle Club's 'Dust On The Ground' to great effect. Get the mix at Stereogum alongside their versions of The Tough Alliance, Solid Gold, Au Revoir Simone and more.
If you liked the Fabio Lendrum mix from last week, CFCF have done their own take on the track - get it at RCRD LBL.