Wednesday, 23 October 2013

ANNOUNCING: From the Rebellion Archives

Every summer for the past however many years, my family, friends and community make the pilgrimage to Blackpool (the place that puts the grim in pilgrimage) for the Rebellion punk festival. Regular readers will know this by now, as it's a big part of our year and I'm sure I've mentioned it at least a dozen times.

Last year I was asked to be part of the team that contributes to the production of the programme - a glossy magazine-esque affair given away free to every punter. I loved the experience so did it again this year. There is always something very cool about seeing your work in print, especially in a world of writing for online entities, as I currently do (see links on the right of this page).

Yesterday, while tidying up some files, I realised that I could share my contributions to the programme with you and no one would mind. Some of you may have been there with me and read them at the time, but I'm guessing the internet is bigger than Blackpool, so this is probably a good move...
Prepare to be dazzled with an array of interviews that contain questions no other interviewer would ever be cheeky enough to ask, articles that will hopefully make you laugh, and a few photos thrown in for good measure.

Keep an eye on my twitter (@hannahmcfaull) for announcements of when these delights of hidden punk knowledge will be revealed!

Look out for pearls of wisdom from Argy Bargy, Jaya The Cat, Street Dogs, Harrington Saints, Runnin' Riot, Booze and Glory, Downtown Struts, Sydney Ducks and (obviously) Cock Sparrer.

Plus a never before seen, never-even-published interview with The Grit, finished just before the band split and pulled out of the line up, making my article surplus to requirement.

So delve into the Rebellion archives, relive some of the highlights of the past few years, and get excited about the next time we all get together - Amsterdam in March and Blackpool in August, 2014. Visit the Rebellion website for more details.


- The Future is Unwritten. Make the most of every single day.

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