Another of the 90s dance legends – Leftfield – have reformed and will be playing a live set at RockNess 2010.

RockNess festival Director Jim King was quoted on STV as saying: “We’ve been trying to get Leftfield to do some shows for years and now it’s actually going to happen. Ask any electronic band who was an inspiration for them and Leftfield will always be listed. I was fortunate to see them live over 10 years ago and if you think The Prodigy are loud then you won’t know what hit you when these guys kick in.”

It is not yet known what other live appearances Leftfield will be playing – but it’s worth bearing in mind that Glade festival organiser Nick Ladd told Ravetalk on 12 January: “Yes, we have already confirmed the main headliner and it’s at least as big a name as last year’s [ Underworld].”

Leftfield are known for playing loud and famously caused dust and plaster to fall from the roof of the Brixton Academy at their 1996 gig, prompting a ban on their sound system from ever returning to the venue.

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