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Reading and Leeds 2013 - Latest Pictures From Saturday

  • Here's a round-up of the best live shots and pictures from around the sites at Reading and Leeds this Saturday. They've been, as Alan Partridge would say: "JURASSIC PARK!"

    Photo: Ed Miles/NME

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  • Childhood kicked things off at Reading with a scintillating set on the NME/R1 stage.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • Childhood drew a crowd despite their early slot in Reading.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • There really is no better way to start a Saturday than with some unabashed rock'n'roll.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • Pure Love know how to work a crowd in Leeds.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • First class crowd-surfing in Leeds.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • The question is, does this trump the raft in the previous photo?

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • Mate, the stage is this way.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • The 1975 played a surprise set on Reading's BBC Introducing stage.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • If the haircut's good enough for Skrillex...

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • The 1975's set later on at the Festival Republic stage is expected to be packed.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • Waka Flocka Flame knows the way to Leeds' collective heart... a football shirt.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • Hiring Guy Fawkes as your DJ is also a strong move.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • ...and the crowd go wild.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • Frightened Rabbit brought their brand of magic to Leeds Festival.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Scott Hutchison breaks hearts.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Drenge packed out Reading's Festival Republic tent.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • ...and ended up joining the crowd themselves.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs arrive in Leeds.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • Charlie Boyer and The Voyeurs dipped into this year's excellent debut album 'Clarietta', which received an 8 in its NME review.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • It was all so much that Charlie needed a sit-down.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • It's a dog's life for Bring Me The Horizon.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • ...and the crowd in Leeds lap it up.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • Bring Me The Horizon: peace out.

    Photo: Jordan Hughes/NME

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  • EarlWolf blue themselves at Reading.

    Photo: PA

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  • Swim Deep played a triumphant set at Reading.

    Photo: Ed Miles/NME

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  • Swim Deep in a quiet, reflective moment.

    Photo: Ed Miles/NME

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  • Swim Deep hit the target.

    Photo: Ed Miles/NME

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  • Parquet Courts practice their head-banging at Leeds.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Parquet Courts love a bit of bass face.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Even at Leeds, this is inadvisable after several pints.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Ms Mr get moody in Leeds.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • Jagwar Ma help the Reading crowd get their dancing shoes on.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • At the end of Jagwar Ma's set, the crowd were 'Howlin' for more (Sorry).

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  • EarlWolf got 'nasty' on the Reading mainstage.

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  • Tyler returns to the scene of last year's anarchic OddFuture show.

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  • Earl Sweatshirt took centre stage after the release of his impressive new record 'Doris'.

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  • Jagwar Ma's set was, well, blinding.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • The Wytches put in a supernatural shift on Leeds' Festival Republic stage.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • The Wytches again proved why they're generating an unmissable buzz.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • Temples wigging out in Leeds.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • ... although that beautiful barnet is definitely not a wig.

    Photo: Caitlin Mogridge/NME

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  • Action Bronson meets his fans.

    Photo: Derek Bremner/NME

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  • Back on stage after his walkabout, Action Bronson lays down some rhymes.

    Photo: Derek Bremner/NME

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  • Tame Impala take Reading to another dimension.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • There was no danger of 'Lonerism' during Tame Impala's packed out show.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • Peace wowed Leeds - even if they managed to start a fuckus with Diplo in the process.

    Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

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  • Harry from Peace goes for the androgynous look.

    Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

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  • Chilli from Palma Violets dives into the crowd during closer 'Brand New Song'.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • Chilli pulls his best Nick Cave moves while propped above the front row.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • Palma Violets' played a resounding set to a packed NME/R1 tent.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • Fidlar get in on the crowd surfing action in Leeds.

    Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

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  • Now *that's* how you do it.

    Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

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  • Fidlar need a rest after all that excitement.

    Photo: Andy Hughes/NME

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  • ASAP Rocky arrives in Leeds.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

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  • A$AP on regal form.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

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  • A$AP's crowd showed him a whole lotta love.

    Photo: Tom Martin/NME

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  • Johnny Marr delved into his Smiths back catalogue at Reading.

    Photo: Ed Miles/NME

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  • Johnny Marr in Godlike, guitar hero pose.

    Photo: Ed Miles/NME

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  • Billie Joe Armstrong brings Green Day to Leeds.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Green Day's live show is epic in every sense.

    Photo: Amy Brammall/NME

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  • Chase & Status caused a stampede at Reading.

    Photo: Dan Kendall/NME

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  • Someone should tell Chase & Status they've blown a bulb.

    Photo: Dan Kendall/NME

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  • Eminem and his hype man step out onstage at Reading.

    Photo: Derek Bremner/NME

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  • Eminem turns on the bright lights.

    Photo: Derek Bremner/NME

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  • Eminem surveys his audience.

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  • Eminem in full flow.

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  • Tame Impala, lit up like a Christmas tree.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • This is Kevin Parker's concentration face.

    Photo: Matt Richardson/NME

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  • Foals drew a massive crowd to Reading's main stage.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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  • Yannis gets close to Foals' fans.

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  • Foals make their case to be future headliners.

    Photo: Jenn Five/NME

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