Ewan Gleadow

Music Review: Different Class 25th Anniversary

Music Review: Different Class 25th Anniversary

Cool Britannia, upon reflection, was a political ploy. The Blair era of politics hijacked the likes of Oasis and Blur as a way of modernising an age-old political message. If there were ever an album to defy and condemn this practice, it would be Different Class.  Many bands to come from Britain in the mid-1990s often strived for political activism. […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: His ‘n’ Hers 25th Anniversary

Review: His ‘n’ Hers 25th Anniversary

It’s no secret to my friends, family and colleagues that my personal favourite band is Pulp and my favourite style of music is in fact the era of Britpop – or Cool Britannia, as it was so horrendously dubbed. Now, twenty-five years on, His ‘n’ Hers is just as celebrated and lauded as it was upon […]