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Long Live Vinyl catches up wiThthe latest line-up announcements from its favourite festivals


Organised by the good folk behind Totnes record shop Drift, Sea Change Festival has announced its second wave of acts, including Sunday headliner Gruff Rhys. Joining the Super Furries frontman in Devon from 24-26 May are Bill Ryder-Jones, Lubomyr Melnyk, Maps, Du Blonde, Black Midi and Rozi Plain. This year, Sea Change will be taking over three of nearby Dartington’s most atmospheric buildings – Foxhole Gymnasium, High Cross House and the Great Hall. Erased Tapes will run the programme in the historic Great Hall on the Sunday, presenting an exclusive label showcase wiThlive sets from Ukrainian maestro Melnyk and German cellist Anne Müller.

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