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[title subtitle=”Cage The Elephant / Jake Bugg / Velvet Veins / Mac De Marco / Die Antwoord / Camp Claude / Gary Clark Jr / Arctic Monkeys”]Photos – Rock En Seine 2014 – day one[/title]

[title subtitle=””]Live Report – Rock En Seine 2014[/title]

Rock En Seine music festival is a DO NOT MISS event on every music aficionado’s calendar. So much so, in fact, Sodwee.com and renowned Rock’n’Roll photographer Sophie Jarry joined their effort to catch, share and document the atmosphere, live gigs and crowd present during the 3 days of the festival. Cold weather did not dampen our will to cover as many bands and stages we could. The whole report will be succinct in length, giving you the liberty to make your own mind about the bands you saw if you were part of the whole shenanigans. And a good birds-eye view of the general feel of the event if you were not part of the festival goers. Enjoy these pictures by talented artist Sophie Jarry and keep coming back for more of her work in the coming hours as she sifts through tons of photographs selecting only the best for you and us updating this post as we receive incoming pictures….

So the best acts we saw on the first day in no particular order were Cage The Elephant, Mac De Marco, Gary Clark Jr, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Hozier and a special mention for French homegrown Camp Claude. All delivering stunning, electrifying sets in all their respective genres and corresponding attitudes.

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