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Cock Sparrer at Rebellion: live review

' The atmosphere is cranked. Cock Sparrer are on stage and their endless rush of anthems that are getting sung along to like we are on one of the hottest football terraces ever....'

Sonisphere:live review

The 'big four' live at the festival that the BBC 'forgot' to cover

Sonisphere rock festival- stage times

the full line up of Sonisphere Rock festival

Godflesh live review – by Rob Haynes

Godflesh Supersonic Festival Birmingham 23 October 2010 Given the current enthusiasm for reunions there are very few significant bands in the rock'n'roll graveyard left uninterred. The unexpected...

High on Hope film review

“I said to Tony Wilson, I said \'Madchester? What\'s all that about? Where can you go in Manchester after 2am?\' And he couldn\'t answer me. There was fuck all in Manchester, it\'s a myth, it was all in Blackburn.”

Gogol Bordello

A wackoid troupe of dancing, freaking, musical mavericks is pushing the festival into a welcome blast of technicolour

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