Steve Ignorant and Penny Rimbaud perform ‘Do They Owe Us a Living’ in 1977 at Dial House rehearsal room and 2011 at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire – SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW, DO THEY OWE US A LIVING? OF COURSE THEY FRIGGIN DO!!!! Got 10p to spare?
Available on Record Store Day Saturday 13th April.
Rough Trade WEST Rough Trade EAST Rough Trade BRISTOL Rough Trade NOTTS Specialist Subject -BRISTOL All Ages – LONDON Eel Pie Records – LONDON World.of Echo – LONDON Stranger than Paradise – LONDON Probe – LIVERPOOL Action – PRESTON Piccadilly – MANCHESTER Groucho – DUNDEE Pie and Vinyl – SOUTHSEA Sound it out – TEESIDE Bear Tree – SHEFFIELD Truck – OXFORD Reflex – NEWCASTLE Spillers – CARDIFF Monorail – GLASGOW Rockaboom – LEICESTER Jumbo – LEEDS Banquet – KINGSTON
Only 4 weeks to go before Slice Of Life (postpunk kitchen sink music that kicks you in the gut) hits the stage with The Cravats (a sax-riddled dada punk combo) and Rubella Ballet (a powerful hit of vibrant colour in the punk world).
Limited signed posters, designed by The Shend, will be available at the gig.
Rebellion is one of my favourite all ages indoor festival with 7 stages (including the Rebellion Introducing Stage), over 350 bands, art exhibition and tatooist it caters for everyone. But what makes this festival truly special is the Rebellion team/family that runs it and the people that come.
For me it’s the perfect place to meet up with friends from all over the world, listen to good music and make some new friends.