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

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SHE’S ELECTRIC novel review by Tim Woods

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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…

Yesterday’s Papers #68: The Chemistry Between Us

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

Yesterday’s Papers #67: Frontman of a Generation

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

Yesterday’s Papers #66: The Modfather hits the (Stanley) Road

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

Yesterday’s Papers #65: Here Comes a Soul Saver…

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

Yesterday’s Papers #64: Side Salad

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