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Club By Pat W Hendersen
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Graeme Park being wide with police at the scene of a murder, Justin Robertson mixed up with some proper wrong-uns looking for a few pills, Paul Wain deciding that jumping into the crowd is preferable... More > to finishing his set (blame the black microdots!) and Dave Seaman looking on in astonished approval. All fairly plausible stuff!! The final instalment of Hendersen’s House Music & Gangsters epic trilogy.< Less
THE CROWD SCENE By mick mercer
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The Crowd Scene were a playful indie band with a 60’s feel threaded through their melodic charms. I say were but they still are, nowadays based in America and working as a trio. This covers... More > their earliest years when in London. There are 147 photos in all, some concerning Grahame Davies and his time working at the Pop Club. (There are many more photos of Anne Rogers in my separate book on The Popinjays.) The vast majority are live photos from various gigs at the Bull & Gate on 13.4.89, 18.8.90 and 3.5.91 and the Marquee on 17.3.91.< Less
Club Courageous! By Tya Keith
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Club Courageous is a night club owned by superheroes, ran by superheroes, that caters to superheroes. Unfortunately, the occasional bad guy shows up: CHEERS.....! The author has created a superhero... More > genre graphic novel with characters based on real life individuals he has met in the bar scene and on the internet...< Less
Club Courageous! By Tya Keith
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Club Courageous is a night club owned by superheroes, ran by superheroes, that caters to superheroes. Unfortunately, the occasional bad guy shows up: CHEERS.....! The author has created a superhero... More > genre graphic novel with characters based on real life individuals he has met in the bar scene and on the internet...< Less
The Forty Club By Andrew Salmon
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From Ellis Award nominee Andrew Salmon comes The Forty Club - an insightful tale of aging and its consequences.Jack Russo is turning forty and there's not much he can do about it. He's had a lifetime... More > to get ready but nothing can prepare him for what he is about to face. For you see, turning forty means more than just candles on a birthday cake. It comes with the expectation that one will join the Forty Club, leaving Jack faced with a decision which will change his world forever. In fact, you might say his life depends on it. Well, no one ever said getting old was easy.MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW SAYS:'Andrew Salmon has a certain knack as a writer which today would most likely be compared to Stephen King''There is real emotion, honest scenes and dialogue... You begin to understand and truly care about the characters''A good solid little tale you will definitely carry it with you for the rest of your life. You’ll never have another birthday without remembering this story'< Less
The Forty Club By Andrew Salmon
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From Ellis Award nominee Andrew Salmon comes The Forty Club - an insightful tale of aging and its consequences.Jack Russo is turning forty and there's not much he can do about it. He's had a lifetime... More > to get ready but nothing can prepare him for what he is about to face. For you see, turning forty means more than just candles on a birthday cake. It comes with the expectation that one will join the Forty Club, leaving Jack faced with a decision which will change his world forever. In fact, you might say his life depends on it. Well, no one ever said getting old was easy.MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW SAYS:'Andrew Salmon has a certain knack as a writer which today would most likely be compared to Stephen King''There is real emotion, honest scenes and dialogue... You begin to understand and truly care about the characters''A good solid little tale you will definitely carry it with you for the rest of your life. You’ll never have another birthday without remembering this story'< Less
A Year on the Manchester Music Scene By Louie Shelley
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A Year on the Manchester Music Scene is the collected writings of a freelance journalist who was commentating on the city's music and cultural scene up to the year 2000. Some of these articles were... More > written for Manchester titles – yet some of them were written for national papers who seemed to welcome the opportunity to have a freelance contributor covering the north west arts scene. We live in a world where things are disposable, commodified, commercialised and slick; where there is an internationally-branded coffee shop on every corner and where people endlessly consume. Manchester – with its Selfridges, MEN Arena and O2-branded Apollo – has fallen victim to these developments as much as anywhere else. The summer of 2000 was only twelve years ago but already it seems as though we have complications that we didn't have then. Looking back at these writings, they form a snapshot of a particular place and time: a specific moment in regional cultural history which can never be repeated.< Less
Scene/Seen By jyn radakovits
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Jyn Radakovits, author of two books of short story and poerty and 2000's Revolver takes readers on a new thrill ride in a one demensional novella about rich kids from the music scene whose lives... More > revolve around sex, drugs, and clubbing. Differing from her usual fluid dialouge and visual landscapes her stories tell, Radakovits borrowed a tenique from fellow novelist Bret Easton Ellis using a gossip rich narrative and tell rather than show approach to enforce the arrogance and apathy of the characters. Jyn Radakovits is a freelance music journalist and writer for Chicago Innerview Magazine.< Less
Scene/Seen By jyn radakovits
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Jyn Radakovits, author of two books of short story and poerty and 2000's Revolver takes readers on a new thrill ride in a one demensional novella about rich kids from the music scene whose lives... More > revolve around sex, drugs, and clubbing. Differing from her usual fluid dialouge and visual landscapes her stories tell, Radakovits borrowed a tenique from fellow novelist Bret Easton Ellis using a gossip rich narrative and tell rather than show approach to enforce the arrogance and apathy of the characters. Jyn Radakovits is a freelance music journalist and writer for Chicago Innerview Magazine.< Less
CLUB NUMBER FIVE By Jennifer Loiske
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Samantha Green wanted nothing but to be normal, have a shallow life with smoking hot Jonathan Blake and an unforgettable senior year at Regents East High. But one morning she wakes up as a vampire.... More > She has no idea who bit her or why. All she knows is she didn’t want it. Now her new life is full of secrets, deceit and fear, not to mention raw meatballs and red nectar that is definitely something else besides strawberry juice. Samantha tries to act normal. She pretends to like her mom’s chicken salad, goes to school and learns how to survive on her own, but what can she do when she finds herself inside of a devious conspiracy, strikingly fast hunters, secret clubs and mouthwateringly gorgeous boys and the only food she can catch is her best friend, Kate Walker’s, wrist?< Less