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SHE’S ELECTRIC novel review by Tim Woods

On June 29, 2018, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

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http://www.jsaspecialists.com/?niomas=Online-shopping-using-itz-cash-card&eb8=55 It means a lot when a fellow writer appreciates your work and even more so when they take the time to write a review of your book which shows a deep understanding of what you were trying to achieve. Huge thanks to author and SHE’S ELECTRIC supporter TIM WOODS who…

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SHE’S ELECTRIC: The Mild Mannered Army Interview

On May 15, 2018, Posted by , In Interviews,Music, With No Comments

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kennenlernen ragozás SHE’S ELECTRIC author and screenwriter Nick Amies recently talked to Paul Laird of the Mild Mannered Army blog about his book, the film project and, naturally, their shared love of Britpop. The conversation took in subjects such as the rise of Britpop, its impact, love letters to THE BLUETONES and…

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More musical inspiration: A new SHE’S ELECTRIC playlist

On March 20, 2018, Posted by , In Music, tagged in ,,,,,,,, , With No Comments

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http://sortsystems.es/?fiesred=citas-en-linea-essalud-lima&596=69 With the rewrites of the script ongoing, we would like to share with you some of the tunes that are playing at Electric Towers while all the hard work is going down…

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Graphic artist Marnie Taylor creates new She’s Electric poster

On February 8, 2018, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

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source url It’s hard sometimes trying to stay positive when it feels like the film will never get made but then someone like graphic designer MARNIE TAYLOR comes along and offers you some free art just because she loves Britpop and supports what we’re trying to do. Marnie’s poster featuring the main…

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What Does Britpop Mean to You: A TIDAL WAVE OF JOY by Paul Laird

On January 15, 2018, Posted by , In Interviews,Music, With No Comments

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http://www.westchelseavet.com/miolyky/giod/4714 In the latest in our series of contributions from SHE’S ELECTRIC supporters, PAUL LAIRD of the MILD MANNERED ARMY blog gives us his testimony on why Britpop matters so much to him and why it is still relevant in his life. What you have to understand is that everything I’m…

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SHE’S ELECTRIC concept art posters by Ash Loydon

On December 28, 2017, Posted by , In Announcements,Art, With No Comments

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After being hugely impressed with his work displayed on the blog, ASH’S ARTHOLE, SHE’S ELECTRIC author Nick Amies began collaborating with acclaimed UK artist and illustrator ASH LOYDON on a series of potentially iconic movie posters for the film. With the brief to come up with individual images based on…

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MERRY ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS!!

On December 25, 2017, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments
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PRESS RELEASE: THE FUTURE OF SHE’S ELECTRIC

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depakote 250 mg valor PRESS RELEASE 12/12/2017 AUTHOR NICK AMIES & EYE FILMS PART COMPANY; PROJECT CONTINUING, NEW PARTNERS SOUGHT UK author Nick Amies and independent film production company Eye Films announce that they have ended their collaboration on the SHE’S ELECTRIC film project after Eye Films decided against pursuing this or any projects…

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Benefits & Perks Packages for Donations

Since we launched this film project back in June we’ve had a tremendous interest in it – from people signing up to pledge their support on this website to kind-hearted souls even donating to the crow-funded development fund. Despite the support shown here and on our Instagram and the two…

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Britpop? How do you define it?

James Tanner from Britpop Memories shares his thoughts on the genre and cultural phenomenon at the heart of SHE’S ELECTRIC… This is an age-old conundrum, well I say age old……..it’s been discussed since about 1993! Britpop? How do you define it? Well for me I think it’s the description of…

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US music press interview with SHE’S ELECTRIC author Nick Amies

On September 18, 2017, Posted by , In Interviews,Music, tagged in ,,,,,,,, , With No Comments

In this interview he gave to the US music site Puluche.com at the time of the novel’s release in 2013, She’s Electric author Nick Amies talks about the background to the book, his love of Britpop and the importance of the era in the context of British popular culture. Puluche:…

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Right then…

On August 29, 2017, Posted by , In Music, tagged in ,,, , With No Comments

Right then, that’s enough of that Bank Holiday mularkey. Back to work Tuesday…  

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YOU Can Help Make This Film A Reality

When I first read the novel of SHE’S ELECTRIC two years ago I was convinced that it would make a great cinematic experience – hilariously funny, a sharp and snappy visual experience and a cracking soundtrack that would take audiences back to the heady days of BritPop. But the reality…

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SHE’S ELECTRIC A Soundtrack Part One

On July 19, 2017, Posted by , In Music, tagged in ,,,, , With 1 Comment

In the first of a two part blog, SHE’S ELECTRIC author Nick Amies writes about the BritPop soundtrack that inspired his novel and formed the background to his younger years. When I write, I always see the scenes as they go down onto the page as if they’re playing on…

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Eye Films’ Press Release

On June 19, 2017, Posted by , In Announcements, tagged in ,,,, , With No Comments

British writer Nick Amies and film production company Eye Films Limited are ready to go as they join forces to produce a movie version of Nick’s Britpop-era set novel, SHE’S ELECTRIC. Originally published in 2012, SHE’S ELECTRIC tells the story of four Lads and their quest for “The One” against…

Yesterday’s Papers #77: Darklife

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…

Yesterday’s Papers #76: Taking the Bis?

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…  

Yesterday’s Papers #75: London Loves

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…

Yesterday’s Papers #74: The Man Behind the Myth

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…

Yesterday’s Papers #73: Iffy Stardust

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…

Yesterday’s Papers #72: Mr. Heckle & Mr. Hide

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…

Yesterday’s Papers #71: It’s Gettin’ BIGGER (Man!!)

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…  

Yesterday’s Papers #70: Pulp are Common as Muck

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era…

Yesterday’s Papers #69: Don’t Believe the Hype

Here we look back at articles and adverts from the British and international music press during the Britpop era… Scans courtesy of James Tanner @britpopmemories