Cat Power, Savages and more on the Wiltshire/Dorset border

So the first proper day of music at this year’s End Of The Road festival is over, with some great sets from the likes of Cat Power and Margo Price – check out all our reports from the idyllic Larmer Tree Gardens, situated on the Wiltshire/Dorset border, below.

Cat Power
“The band’s easy warmth gives the evening a welcoming air even if Chan Marshall’s not necessarily playing all the greatest hits…”

Eleanor Friedberger, Margo Price and Savages
“Savages make the audience complicit in their terrifying seduction, luring them into their waves of choked noise…”

And, from Thursday night, the return of The Shins
“James Mercer has spine enough to introduce ‘some new stuff’. He’s delighted at the whoops in response…”

As End Of The Road continues, keep checking back to Uncut.co.uk for loads more reports from the festival – acts coming up on Saturday include Bat For Lashes, Goat, Jeffrey Lewis and Meilyr Jones.

The October 2016 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on David Bowie, plus Margo Price, Lou Reed, David Crosby, Devendra Banhart, Van Der Graaf Generator, The Turtles, The Beatles, Granny Takes A Trip, Kate Bush, Drive-By Truckers, Jack White, Ray Charles, Led Zeppelin, Wilco and more plus 32 pages of reviews and our free 15-track CD

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