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Glastonbury 2014: Uncut's Ultimate Review!

Glastonbury 2014: Uncut's Ultimate Review!

The stages are being dismantled, the last stragglers are leaving the site and the sheep are nervously making their way back to the fields of Avalon...

With Glastonbury over for another 12 months, here are the links to all our reviews from year's festival.

Glastonbury Day 1: Blondie, New Build, East India Youth

Glastonbury Day 1: Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Band of Skulls and Haim

Glastonbury Day 1: Courtney Barnett and Lily Allen

Glastonbury Day 1: Elbow

Glastonbury Day 1: Arcade Fire

Glastonbury Day 2: Midlake

Glastonbury Day 2: Kelis and Fat White Family

Glastonbury Day 2: Robert Plant and Lana Del Ray

Glastonbury Day 2: Jack White

Glastonbury Day 2: Pixies and Metallica

Glastonbury Day 3: Toumani and Sidiki

Glastonbury Day 3: Dolly Parton

Glastonbury Day 3: Yoko Ono, The Wailers and assorted hippies

Glastonbury Day 3: The Black Keys

Glastonbury Day 3: Massive Attack

Visit our dedicated features section, with plenty of our best long pieces archived there. You can find it here.

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