It’s been two weeks since the Crawl and we’re slowly returning back to normal back at the office. The addition of the first ever Dublin Crawl last week means that our recovery period has taken longer this year, but it was definitely worth the extra hard work we all put in. Thank you to all the Crawlers who came down and enjoyed the weekend with us, what a year! From our opening night extravaganza at KOKO with the amazing Death In Vegas until the last DJ tune at 4am on Bank Holiday Monday, we partied non-stop. XFM celebrated their 20th anniversary by taking over KOKO for the entire weekend with acts such as The Cribs, Glasvegas, Spector , The Futureheads, The Big Pink wowing the audiences. John Kennedy’s X-Posure, Ian Camfield’s Rock Show and club nights hosted by Mary Anne Hobbs and Eddy Temple Morris completed the line up and ensured XFM kicked off their celebrations in style. CC2012 saw our first ever Crawlternative Media Expo (C.A.M.E.) which featured live screen printing workshops from Poster Roast, a fanzine and record fair and also included live performances from the likes of TOY, Dutch Uncles and Race Horses as well as spoken word guests in the impressive surroundings of St. Michael’s Church. We were also proud to host our first ever event in conjunction with the UK’s most innovative and exciting broadcaster, SBTV on Sunday afternoon at Electric Ballroom which saw great performances from some of the most hotly tipped acts this year. All these were just a few of the highlights that made this year’s Crawl a unique and exciting experience for us.
Please check out the review of the weekend in pictures up on our gallery page now. We will get back to you soon with all sorts of features and content soon but for now just a huge thanks to all of you who made it all worthwhile!