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Nedstock 2013 : Ned's Atomic Dustbin + Cud + Republica + Steve Lamacq
After cracking the top 20 single and top 5 album charts in the 90s and building a vast horde of rabidly loyal followers, Ned’s Atomic Dustbin are celebrating their 25th year in style. Assembling a bill filled with their friends and contemporaries make sure you catch their unmissable indie-disco extravaganza!
This event takes place at O2 Academy Birmingham, which has achieved Silver Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
Along with PWEI and The Wonderstuff, the Ned's helped to put Stourbridge on the indie-rock music map back in the 1990s. Formed in 1987, they achieved three Top 20 singles and two Top 20 albums - their debut 'God Fodder' went in at no. 4. They ceased being a full-time band in 1995 but are now back with all five original members Dan, Alex, Mat, Rat and Jonn.
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Leeds-based four piece who during the 90s released 5 albums, 17 singles and several John Peel sessions. Perhaps best known for their top 40 hit 'Rich And Strange'. After splitting in 1996, they are playing shows once again.
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British band Republica, formed in 1994, is made up of members Saffron (vocals), Tim (keyboards), Johnny (guitar) and Pete (drums), the height of their popularity spanning from 1996 to 1999. The Republica sound was described by the band as 'techno-pop punk rock'. After releasing two successful albums and various singles, plus touring worldwide, the band did not record or release anymore new material and continued to pursue solo musical and non-musical ventures. In 2010 the band reformed for live shows.
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One of the country's most influential radio DJs. His former Radio 1 show 'The Evening Session' had been the springboard for many a new band's career. Now heard daily on 6Music, along with a weekly Radio 2 show called ' Rock College', offering an education in good music!
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