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Manic Street Preachers live at Sziget Festival – a review

The Manic Street Preachers defy the stadium to play songs drenched in sensitivity

Eastfield: live review from Rebellion Festival

'...To quote one of their own songs in summary - bloody marvellous. ...'

The Prodigy: live review from Szigit Festival, Hungary

'...The Prodigy take this deranged, heavy nightmare cartoon of filthy raw power round the world to every festival you can think of and totally tear it up...'

Paranoid Visions: live review from Rebellion festival

wild and feral performance from Irish punk pranksters

Field Day – an overview

We end with Factory Floor, right now the best band in the world. And tonight they're awesome.

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....'

Jello Biafra – live review from Rebellion punk festival

When the chips are down the mad eyed idealists take the stage.

The Cravats: live review from Rebellion punk festival

One of the great things out Rebellion punk Festival is this resurrection of the shadowy legends of the punk era like the Cravats.

Off! Live review from Rebellion punk festival

'Remarkably these veterans from the punk rock wars are one of the most vital rock bands of 2011. Tonight they demolished the venue.'

The Lovely Eggs – live review

'...If only John Peel was still alive today he would have loved The Lovely Eggs...'

Mad Ferret festival: live review

Mad Ferret - featuring loads of singer songwriters who are not crap!

The Subhumans – live review

The Subhumans prove that punk rock is still awake

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