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Researching, exploring and reporting British inspired Subculture and Art past and present. Our subculture blog delves into the roots of Northern Soul and simultaneously reports on the contemporary Northern Soul scene. It interviews emerging new wave bands that themselves are inspired by the original punk bands appearing across another page of the Blog.

It charts the evolution of Subcultures from their emergence in the 60’s and 70’s to a more inclusive and equitable movement today. The underground and subcultures are never fixed in one place or time. They have strong and meaningful reference points but are always evolving.

Always Forward, Never Back. 

AFRO PUNK UNDERGROUND ENGLAND BLOG POST

AFRO PUNK

Taking its name from the James Spooner 2003 documentary film of the same name, Afropunk festival first launched in 2005 in Brooklyn. Spooner famously said

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FIRST GENERATION RIOT GRRRL - UNDERGROUND ENGLAND BLOG POSTS

FIRST GENERATION RIOT GRRRL

Riot Grrrl emerged in the 1990’s as an international underground feminist movement with women creating bands to challenge the dominance of men in the alternative

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PATTI SMITH UNDERGROUND ENGLAND BLOG

PATTI SMITH

Marking 20 years since the release of the album “Gone Again “we are taken a look at Patti Smith. Patricia Lee “Patti” Smith, born in

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The Membranes - Underground England Blogpost

The Membranes

1977- two lads from Blackpool Sixth Form College and neighbours by the names of John Robb and Mark Tilton decided to create a band and

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