T in the Park 2007 - Running Times

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  • 3 July 2007

RUNNING TIMES

This is the line-up from 2008 – for 2010 see T in the Park 2010: Running order with times.

Please note times and order is subject to change.

6 FRIDAY

Main Stage

  • Arctic Monkeys 9.20-10.50pm
    Sheffield’s all-conquering guttersnipe punk poets get the weekend started in earnest.
  • Bloc Party 7.50-8.50pm
    Angular London art rockers Bloc Party always make for a pretty fierce live proposition.
  • The Coral 6.20-7.20pm
    Psychedelic beat pop is never as weird or wonderful as when it’s in The Coral’s hands.
  • Lily Allen 5-5.50pm
    Ball gown and trainers sporting ska-pop tearaway Allen is an artist fit to open any festival.

T Break Stage

  • San Sebastian 9.45-10.15pm
    Shogazey soundscapes meet post rock guitars and chunky disco beats from this Glasgow four piece.
  • Kobai 8.55-9.15pm
    Kobai specialise in fearsomely loud and fast onslaughts of molten hot electro rock.
  • The Ads 8.05-8.35pm
    More fast, punchy dance rock with a pop edge and obligatory thick Scottish accents.
  • The Draymin 6.25-6.55pm
    West Fife indie drone rockers who take after Kasabian, Primal Scream and Oasis, among others.
  • The Cider Spiders 5.35-6.05pm
    Unhinged howling Kings of Leon style mixed with heavy rhythms and percussive workouts.
  • Edgar Prais 5.15-5.45pm
    Freakish Aberdeen-based trio, mixing general shouty calamity with an alt rock guitar sound à la Modest Mouse.

7 SATURDAY

Main Stage

  • The Killers 9.35-10.50pm
    The Las Vegas showmen continue their massive leap from 80s British indie copyists to stadium-sized rockers.
  • Razorlight 7.45-9pm
    Shrink-wrapped lothario Johnny Borrell brings his radio-friendly fare to T once again.
  • The Arcade Fire 6.15-7.15pm
    Arguably the most exciting prospect of the weekend: Canada’s finest rushing Baroque indie septuplet.
  • James 4.45-5.45pm
    TITP will have a collective sit down once again as Manchester baggy survivors James return.
  • Lost Prophets 3.30-4.15pm
    They’re Welsh. They’ve got nice hair. They’re a wee bit emo. They’re Lost Prophets.
  • James Morrison 2.15-3pm
    Acoustic soul pop’s newest torchbearer makes his T debut with tracks from 2 million-selling LP Undiscovered.
  • The Skids 1.15-1.45pm
    U2 and Green Day’s favourite Scots punks reunite for a one-off 30th anniversary spectacular.
  • The Saw Doctors 12.05-12.45pm
    Irish folk-rockers The Saw Doctors are always reliable for a daft old Celtic knees-up.

Radio 1/NME Stage

  • The Kooks 9.40-10.50pm
    Floppy haired Brighton indie pop-rock quartet The Kooks should inspire a pretty rousing sing-along.
  • My Chemical Romance 8.20-9.10pm
    The Black Parade hits Balado for one night only. Commercial pop metal all the way from New Jersey.
  • Amy Winehouse 7.05-7.50pm
    Pop star du jour Winehouse’s reinvention as a Stax/Motown soul siren has proved an inspired move.
  • Babyshambles 5.50-6.35pm
    Drugs and all that aside, Babyshambles aren’t half bad. See if Pete can hold it together.
  • CSS 4.40-5.20pm
    Sexy Brazilian electro-pop from this achingly cool São Paulo girl/boy six-piece.
  • Gogol Bordello 3.35-4.15pm
    Eastern European-inspired New York Gypsy folk-punk. As mental as that sounds and more.
  • The Thrills 2.30-3.05pm
    Thoroughly affable Irish melodic indie rockers, who’ll inject plenty of jingle and jangle into proceedings.
  • Little Man Tate 1.35-2.05pm
    Another Sheffield indie rock quartet’s rise may have had a more than a slight knock on effect for this similarly literate bunch.
  • Dogs 12.40-1.10pm
    Alsatians, cocker spaniels, poodles, beagles. Actually a post-punk band from London.
  • Blood Red Shoes 11.55-12.20pm
    Über-hip Brighton based boy/girl two-piece in the dance-punk/disco-house mould.

King Tut’s Tent

  • The View 9.50-10.50pm
    The Dundee urchins’ meteoric rise continues unabated as they headline the King Tut’s tent.
  • Klaxons 8.40-9.20pm
    Nu-rave, progressive space-rock, psychedelia: call ’em what you like - Klaxons are a hot ticket.
  • Jamie T 7.20-8.10pm
    Twangy bass-wielding Wimbledon ska/punk storyteller. Fancies himself as a bit of 21st century Billy Bragg.
  • Satellite Party 6.05-6.50pm
    The new band from Perry Farrell, ex-frontman of Jane’s Addiction, promising alt.rock numbers from new album UltraPayloaded.
  • Black Rebel Motorcycle Club 4.50-5.35pm
    New Rock Revolution(tm) survivors BRMC return with more dark, sludgy punk rock.
  • The Long Blondes 3.45-4.20pm
    Highly stylish glamour punk from the posh end of Sheffield, very much in the Pulp style.
  • Calvin Harris 2.40-3.15pm
    Dumfries-raised electro dance pop craftsman, responsible for big-hitting single ‘Acceptable in the 80s’.
  • Camera Obscura 1.45-2.15pm
    Fey Glasgow indiests Camera Obscura have hit a rich vein of form with their latest album Let’s Get Out of This Country.
  • The Cinematics 12.50-1.20pm
    Serious, anthemic indie rock à la Editors from this Glasgow-based widescreen four-piece.
  • Jamie Scott and the Town 12.00-12.25pm
    Up and coming acoustic funk pop Polydor signee and his band of merry accomplices.

Pet Sounds Arena

  • Brian Wilson 9.35-10.50pm
    A more fitting headliner for Pet Sounds surely couldn’t be found: ex-Beach Boy Wilson is one of the greatest songwriters of his time.
  • Rufus Wainwright 8.15-9.05pm
    High-camp and maximum musical histrionics will be order of the day as Wainwright takes the stage.
  • Bright Eyes 7.05-7.45pm
    Omaha boy wonder Conor Oberst’s Bright Eyes returned with another outright triumph this year in the shape of album Cassadaga.
  • Cold War Kids 5.55-8.35pm
    Soulful California rock crooners with one of the most distinctive sounds of the moment.
  • Sinead O’Connor 4.45-5.25pm
    Multi-platinum selling musical changeling O’Connor’s latest LP Theology is a surprisingly impressive work.
  • Albert Hammond Jr 3.40-4.15pm
    One fifth of louche New York rockers The Strokes brings his similarly cool solo indie rock sounds to bear in Balado.
  • Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars 2.40-3.15pm
    Formed in an African refugee camp against a backdrop of civil war, this band’s journey has been a truly remarkable one.
  • Mr Hudson and the Library 1.45-2.15pm
    Calypso tinged urban pop from London. Perfect stuff to accompany the sun should it show itself.
  • Charlotte Hatherley 12.50-1.20pm
    Ex-Ash guitarist Hatherley is out on her own, and enjoying it by the sound of recent album The Deep Blue.
  • Ross Copperman 1200-12.25pm
    Brit rock inspired American power balladeer Copperman’s track ‘As I Choke’ was a record-breaking iTunes download in 2006.

Slam Tent

  • Green Velvet 9.30-11pm
    Chicago’s arch-mentalist and techno sage
  • Hot Chip (live) 8.40-9.30pm
    Wonky electronica from the folk that brought you ‘Over and Over’.
  • Miss Kittin 7.10-8.40pm
    The queen of icy cool electro.
  • DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist 6.10-7.10pm
    Cut and paste hip hop breaks and beats from two undisputed masters.
  • Dizzee Rascal (live) 5.20-6.10pm
    Dispatches from the grime underground.
  • Soundstream/Soundhack 4.20-5.20pm
    Live electronica.
  • Alloy Mental (live) 3.45-4.20pm
    Punk electronica from techno man Phil Kieran and rock types Phil Corrigan and Danny Saul.
  • Ame 2.20-3.45pm
    Intelligent German techno.
  • Adam Beyer 12.55-2.20pm
    Swedish techno to kick-start your Slam experience.
  • Steve Bug 11.30-12.55pm
    Deep house from the co-founder of Poker Flat Records.

Scottish Water Futures Stage

  • The Enemy 10.20-10.50pm
    The latest great white hope for guitar rock. Powerful Stones-esque sounds from Coventry.
  • New Young Pony Club 9.20-9.50pm
    New wave-inspired flashy London five-piece. Trendier than a bucket of Manolo Blahniks.
  • The Sounds 8.20-8.50pm
    Infuriatingly stylish Swedish synth rockers, big at home and in the US but still to break here.
  • The Blood Brothers 7.20-7.50pm
    Searing experimental post-hardcore/ screamo outfit from Seattle, Washingtonwith a twin vocal assault.
  • The Hours 6.20-6.50pm
    Ex-Elastica/Black Grape/Mescaleros survivors Antony Genn and Martin Slattery’s new outfit.
  • Air Traffic 5.20-5.50pm
    Straight-up melodic rock from Bournemouth, broadly comparable to Supergrass and their ilk.
  • Ghosts 4.20-4.50pm
    Haunting (arf) atmospheric alt rock with a pop sheen that’s drawn comparisons to Keane.
  • Reverend and the Makers 3.25-3.55pm
    Arctic Monkeys affiliated Sheffield indie electro sorts, signed to the eclectic Wall of Sound imprint.
  • Kate Nash 2.30-3.00pm
    London-based singer songwriter, heavily touted by Lily Allen among others.
  • Remi Nicole 1.35-2.00pm
    Pop rock starlet who marries an urban edge to conventional guitar-based tunesmithery, Oasis-style.
  • Lost Alone 12.45-1.10pm
    Derbyshire emo rock trio who’ve supported My Chemical Romance and Enter Shikari recently.
  • Unklejam 11.55-12.20pm
    Prince/Sly and the Family Stone/ Funkadelic-inspired electro soul trio, who have toured with Justin Timberlake.

T Break Stage

  • Dance Lazarus Dance 10.00-10.30pm
    Heavy, fast, danceable electro-rockness all the way from sunny Glasgow.
  • V-2 Schneider 9.10-9.40pm
    Edinburgh-based melodic indie janglers, with a spacey, atmospheric edge.
  • Down The Tiny Steps 8.20-8.50pm
    Fresh fun Glasgow folk poppers, like the Beta Band, on less drugs. Broadly speaking.
  • Amy MacDonald 7.30-8.00pm
    Glasgow indie rock chanteuse currently receiving a full-scale major label push.
  • The Haze 8.40-7.10pm
    Indie rock with swagger, informed by all the classics: The Doors, Led Zeppelin, The Who etc.
  • Drive-By Argument 5.50-6.20pm
    Ayrshire-based quintet with a sharp, heavy guitar and synth sound that’s got them a Lizard King records deal.
  • Sergeant 5-5.30pm
    Fife-based indie scallywags, looking to follow in the wake of highly comparable peers The View.
  • The New York Fund 4.10-4.40pm
    Glaswegian-fronted, London-based country rock crew with Hold Steady and Modest Mouse supports under their belt.
  • The Moth & the Mirror 3.20-3.50pm
    Dark, sensual alt pop outfit from Glasgow, led by one-time Arab Strap collaborator Stacey Sievwright.
  • Chutes 2.30-3.00pm
    Racing, heartfelt Edinburgh indie rock band, with more than a smidgen of Joy Division about them.
  • Cry Over Billionaires 1.40-2.10pm
    Epic alt.rock shapes from the capital. COB count At The Drive in and Broken Social scene among their influences.
  • Attic Lights 12.50-1.20pm
    Teenage Fanclub-esque breezy West Coast country pop from Glasgow.
  • Popup 12.00-12.30pm
    Glasgow’s Popup combine shambling indie and dialect-heavy vocals to great effect.

8 SUNDAY

Main Stage

  • Snow Patrol 9.30-10.50pm
    Epic anthem-touting fivesome return for triumphant headlining slot after nearly a decade waiting in the wings.
  • Scissor Sisters 7.45-8.55pm
    Expect crazy costumes and uber camp galore from this wacky NYC outfit.
  • Kings of Leon 6.15-7.15pm
    Newly beardless Tennessee foursome easily on the best form of their career.
  • The Fratellis 4.55-5.45pm
    Scotland’s most successful export since Franz return home.
  • Paolo Nutini 3.40-4.25pm
    Ladies will swoon and grown men will cry at this Paisley chap’s acoustic musings.
  • Goo Goo Dolls 2.30-3.10pm
    Legendary US trio who just recently celebrated their 20th anniversary.
  • Avril Lavigne 1.25-2.00pm
    Lady with attitude still touting the best infectious punk pop around.
  • The Cribs 12.25-12.55pm
    Wakefield three-piece famous for their magnificently chaotic live shows.

Radio 1/NME Stage

  • Kasabian 9.40-10.50pm
    Big swaggering tune-touting quartet set to provide a storming Sunday finish.
  • Interpol 8.10-9.10pm
    Gloomy New Yorkers are back with a third album which should knock Editors from their perch.
  • Maximo Park 6.50-7.40pm
    Newcastle quintet renowned for their energetic, flashy light-filled live shows.
  • Biffy Clyro 5.35-6.20pm
    In Puzzles this Scottish trio have released one of the albums of the year, and here is their chance to prove it.
  • Mika 4.20-5.05pm
    Flamboyant singer/songwriter with his finger placed firmly on the pop pulse.
  • Gossip 3.15-3.50pm
    Unmissable Arkansas three-piece boasting one of the finest vocalists around in Beth Ditto.
  • The Twang 2.20-2.50pm
    Cliched Happy Mondays-alikes or the future of lad rock? You decide.
  • The Pigeon Detectives 1.25-1.55pm
    Leeds-based indie fivesome apparently destined for big things.
  • You Say Party! We Say Die! 12.35-1.00pm
    Canadian quintet who do a splendid trade in shouty dance-punk.

King Tut’s Tent

  • Queens of the Stone Age 9.40-10.50pm
    They may be down one Nick Oliveri but Josh Homme and co still pack a punch live with new album Era Vulgaris.
  • Editors 8.15-9.05pm
    Kitchens of Distinction copyists currently making a big splash in the mainstream.
  • Jet 7-7.45pm
    Aussie foursome still touting their own blend of scruffy garage rock.
  • Ocean Colour Scene 5.45-6.30pm
    It isn’t T if there’s isn’t an appearance from this retro Birmingham foursome.
  • Enter Shikari 4.40-5.15pm
    Can this much talked about trance-metal act live up to the hype? You decide.
  • Just Jack 3.40-4.15pm
    English rapper who makes music in a watered down Mike Skinner kind of way.
  • The Bravery 2.35-3.10pm
    New York electro rock five-piece return with a new sound and new image.
  • The Maccabees 1.40-2.10pm
    Brighton-based British indie tykes who have a way with infectious melodies.
  • Union of Knives 12.45-1.15pm
    Highly acclaimed Glasgow trio boasting dark synths and terse riffs.
  • The Hedrons 11.55-12.20pm
    Scotland’s finest all-girl rock band who just recently released a punchy debut album.

Pet Sounds Arena

  • Damien Rice 9.50-10.50pm
    Irish folk singer returns to tout second album 9.
  • Air 8.20-9.20pm
    Legendary French electronic music duo famous for their mesmerising shows.
  • Tori Amos 7.05-7.50pm
    Eccentric but incredibly talented American musician is back with impressive new material.
  • Badly Drawn Boy 5.50-6.35pm
    The beardy bloke in the woolly hat returns, promising a greatest hits set.
  • Mark Lanegan and the Soulsavers 4.45-5.20pm
    This gravely-voiced singer and English production team are a match made in heaven. See why here.
  • Brian Jonestown Massacre 3.45-4.15pm
    Fond of deranged psychedelic rock? Then look no further.
  • The Dykeenies 2.45-3.15pm
    Dapper Cumbernauld indie outfit currently kicking up a storm on the underground.
  • The Hold Steady 1.45-2.15pm
    Gritty, heartfelt tunes that are as much earthy suburban poetry as it is bar room stomp. Rock’n’roll doesn’t come much better than this.
  • Malcolm Middleton 12.50-1.20pm
    Ex-Arab Strap chap comes up trumps with some wonderful solo material.
  • The Metros 12.00-12.25pm
    Up and coming quintet influenced by Ian Dury and Squeeze among others.

Slam Tent

  • Dave Clarke 9.30-11pm
    The baron of techno back where he belongs, closing T for another year.
  • Hardfloor (live) 8.30-9.30pm
    German techno from the duo behind the timeless ‘Acperience’ (still a classic).
  • Felix da Housecat 7.15-8.30pm
    The bespectacled DJ is a T veteran and Miss Kittin’s ‘partner’ in electro.
  • Slam 6.15-7.15pm
    They own the Tent and bring it on home once again for more in the best of house and techno with a live set showcasing new album Human Response.
  • Josh Wink 5-6.15pm
    Acid monsters and squealing 303s as we reach for a ‘Higher State of Consciousness’.
  • Wu-Tang Clan (live) 4.15-5.00pm
    Legendary kings of hip hop.
  • Tiga 3-4.15pm
    ‘Sunglasses at Night’ was one of the most irresistible calling cards on the electroclash scene.
  • Booka Shade (live) 2-3pm
    Dark-warped house from these Get Physical signings.
  • Digitalism (live) 1-2pm
    Future electronics with a Daft Punk edge.
  • Andrew Weatherall 11.30-1pm
    Expect a plenty of leftfield surprises and a healthy dose of rockabilly and lo-fi.

Scottish Water Futures Stage

  • The Sunshine Underground 10.20-10.50pm
    Leeds-based dance rock act currently riding the new rave wave
  • The Holloways 9.20-9.50pm
    Scratchy, catchy indie from north London
  • The Pipettes 8.20-8.50pm
    Expect choreographed dance routines and doo wop pop from this Brighton-based act.
  • The Horrors 7.20-7.50pm
    Controversial gothic garage rockers bring their deranged sound to the Scottish countryside.
  • Plan B 6.20-6.50pm
    Distinctive English rapper boasting dark lyrics and clipped beats.
  • Shiny Toy Guns 5.20-5.50pm
    Soaring synth-pop from LA.
  • The Rumble Strips 4.20-4.50pm
    Devon foursome who cater in sax and trombone-tinged indie rock.
  • Jack Penate 3.25-3.55pm
    Up and coming singer/songwriter who does a mean trade in scruffy guitar pop.
  • Switches 2.30-3.00pm
    Infectious indie foursome from Southend.
  • Tokyo Police Club 1.35-2.00pm
    Canadian rock quartet famous for their visceral live performances.
  • Justin Nozuka 12.45-1.10pm
    New Toronto-raised singer/songwriter with soul.
  • The Milk Teeth 11.55-12.20pm
    Trio touting a 60s psych/surf garage rock mix.

T Break Stage

  • Theatre Fall 10-10.30pm
    Indie/electro act from Inverness.
  • Yashin 9.10-9.40pm
    Heavy rocking Glasgow fivesome.
  • The Little Kicks 8.20-8.50pm
    Aberdeen-based indie quartet.
  • Colin MacIntyre 7.30-8.00pm
    Ex-Mull Historical Society man continues to tout his solo material.
  • The Law 6.40-7.10pm
    Another up and coming unsigned act with something to prove.
  • Make Model 5.50-6.20pm
    Folk rock sixsome poised to release their debut single.
  • Bricolage 5.00-5.30pm
    Libertines and Franz fans will love this arty angular indie pop from Glasgow.
  • The Vivians 4.10-4.40pm
    Well dressed new wave quintet from Edinburgh.
  • Tokyoblu 3.20-3.50pm
    Popular DJ duo who mix everything from electro to disco, house, soul and Latin beats.
  • Over the Wall 2.30-3.00pm
    Wonky electronic-tinged guitar pop from this Scottish duo.
  • Broken Records 1.40-2.10pm
    Stirring folk sounds from this Edinburgh sevensome.
  • Figure 5 12.50-1.20pm
    Glasgow-based fivesome boasting big riffs and catchy melodies.
  • Take a Worm for a Walk Week noon-12.30pm
    Relentless noise rock from Glasgow.

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