Yesterday’s Papers #36: Cast Power into Contention

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 #35: Manic Street Preachers in Limbo

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 #34: At Home with Shed Seven’s Rick Witter

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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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

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…

Yesterday’s Papers #33: Suede at the Albert Hall

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 #32: Denim and the Early Days

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 #31: Heavy Stereo Get a Spin

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 #30: Blur Vs. Oasis

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 #29: Pulp Release Their Signature Hit

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 concept art posters by Ash Loydon

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

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…