Yesterday’s Papers #8: OCS, Oasis Come Together, 1996

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 #7: Sonya Has Her Say

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 #6: Supergrass Enter the Fray

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 #5: Oasis Prepare for Take-Off, April 1994

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 #4: Waiting for Elastica

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 #3: Ground Zero Camden

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

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…

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…

SHE’S ELECTRIC A Soundtrack Part Two

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In the second part of a two part blog, SHE’S ELECTRIC screenwriter and director Jon Rosling considers the BritPop era and the music that forms the soundtrack to his memories. Writing the screenplay to Nick’s novel She’s Electric was a great reminisce for me. It was a look back on…