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Truck in the Press
TRUCK FESTIVAL 2012
E Festivals – Fiona & James Tayler.
“the ‘new’ Truck Festival is a success – retaining the good bits and adding to them.”
Virtual Festivals – David Hillier.
“Truck is the kind of festival that will restore the faith in those that have had it tested by the follies and hipster posturing of some of its contemporaries.”
Artrocker – Stuart Gadd.
“an unpretentious festival experience as well as an electric mainline to a hot scene in nearby Oxford”
The 405 – Rob Hollamby
“Truck knocks the absolute bejesus out of many events twice its size”
The Edge – Phoebe Cross.
“I certainly left Truck feeling very positive about the smaller festival and local Oxford music scene. I’ll be back next year for sure!”
IDOL Magazine. Fiona Evans.
“it has to be seen as a vintage year for Truck which has restored its reputation as one of the friendliest festivals in the country.”
7 Bit Arcade – Daddsy.
“bring on Truck 15!”
Amelia’s Magazine – Cari Steel.
“Once a year, a farm deep in the Oxfordshire countryside opens its gate and in rushes the most talented musicians of the moment, kids, babies, lovely people…. and a monster. We wouldn’t miss it for the world.”
Rockfeedback – Liane Escorza
“the laid back spirit of a village community of farmers and country-side living”
Oxford Music Blog – Tom Jowett.
“bringing together the city’s best bands as well as some of the best upcoming artists from around the world”
Music-News.com – David Thorpe.
“I have never been to anything like this, and that is a good thing.”
The Guardian – James Smart.
“Truck’s local connections run deep”
The Observer – Gareth Grundy.
“Equal parts indie kids with sharp haircuts looking for angular rock love and families enjoying the countrified gems on the main stage by day.”
NME – Gavin Haynes.
“Truck’s always been the village fete that punched above its weight”