MANCHESTER 1997-2001 by Amelia Troubridge



Manchester 1997-2001 by Amelia Troubridge


The images are based on Troubridge’s assignment for Esquire magazine in 1997 when she captured the cultural shift the city was experiencing and the major players in the film and music scene.


If you’re interested in the Manchester music scene, we also recommend: So It Goes by Kevin Cummins and The Hacienda: How Not to Run a Club by Peter Hook

Of the great cities in the UK, there are few, if any, that can match the musical creativity and output of Manchester. With a history of rebellion and innovation, Manchester was one of the great centres of Northern Soul, a big punk player, the Post Punk capital, home to the Hacienda club, an Oasis of indie rock and a raving Madchester.

With bands like The Blinders, Cabbage Band, Man Made and Pale Waves there is no shortage of new talent from Undergrounds hometown. We have curated a collection of books that reflect the music culture of the city from Joy Division to The Buzzcocks, Factory Records and The Hacienda to Kevin Cummins, Oasis and the Stone Roses.

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