- From Nineties Britpop to Herefordshire cider
- A MUSICIAN who rubbed shoulders with the great and good of the 90s Britpop scene is pressing ahead with his new career as a Herefordshire-based craft cider producer. Alex Culpin was a member of indie band Tiny Monroe who played at Glastonbury, ...
- Kula Shaker: K 2.0 review – Britpop mystics back in the psychedelic saddle
- In 1996, Kula Shaker were one of the biggest bands in Britain, as their speedy-selling debut album, K, stormed to No 1 with a blend of 60s rocking, Britpop, Arthurian legend and Indian mysticism.
- Review: Kula Shaker's Camden Roundhouse comeback shows Britpop bands can still
- It is no damnation to be remembered as a second division Britpop band. Among the outfits in that play-off were some truly loved and unfairly maligned groups - The Bluetones, Ocean Colour Scene, Shed Seven, Sleeper - who between them produced a raft of ...
- What will be the next wave of Brit Pop?
- Band such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Kinks were thrust upon the American culture during the British Invasion of the 1960s.
- Britpop favourites Ocean Colour Scene to play outdoor gig in Newcastle
- From their days as Breton shirt-wearing disciples of The Stone Roses to million-selling Britpop stars and long-term touring allies of Paul Weller, they have always stood shoulder to shoulder with the greats of modern British rock.
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