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The Cockney Rejects
Originally formed in 1978, this English punk band have had hits including 'Oi, Oi, Oi', the inspiration for the Oi! music genre, and 'I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles', a song traditionally sung by West Ham supporters. The lyrics of their songs often depict violence and express contempt for politicians. The band went their seperate ways in 1990, to reform again with a slightly altered line-up in 1999.
The Adicts began life as the Afterbirth & The Pinz, in their hometown of Ipswich back in late 1975. They soon changed their name, and scored many indie chart hits in the eighties. Unbelievably they are still together, and still making great music, with the same line-up (plus a couple of new members). The Adicts and became known for their distinctive Clockwork Orange 'Droog' image, which, along with urgent, uptempo music and light-hearted lyrics.
Classic punk four-piece from South Shields. The Angelic Upstarts make rowdy, angry and feisty punk, the way it was made in the first place. Having been playing together since the late seventies, these guys know both their punk and their politics.
An infamous group of hardcore punk rock anarchists, Anti Nowhere League have been living the punk lifestyle for over two decades. Lead singer Animal and his friend Magoo formed the band in 1980, and promptly got arrested at their very first gig. The history of the League is littered with brushes with the law, rock and roll misbehaviour and very loud music. There have been band break-ups and reformations aplenty, but Animal and his chums can be found plying their wares to this very day.
Causing anarchy since 1978, these classic old school punk junkies have now been delivering GBH on the earholes for over 30 years. Today's GBH line-up comprises the original core trio of Colin (Col) Abrahall on vocalsm, Colin (Jock) Blyth on guitar, Ross Lomas on bass, joined by Scott Preecem their drummer for the past 17+ years.
From Leeds, Cyanide Pills create perfect pop-punk, the likes of which haven’t been heard since The Boys, Buzzcocks and Dickies. The urgency of their singles and eponymous debut LP reveal a very British take on late-1970s punk, whereas new recordings like “Outta Nowhere” reveal new glam leanings with “Laser Love”-era Bolan riffs, tubthumping drums and handclaps.
Based in Coalville, Leicestershire, Kid Klumsy are a rock n' roll band who are now heading further afield with headline shows around the UK alongside some fantastic festival slots, all day slots and support slots.