A political, postmodernist, critical look at the current British pop scene and what it says about British society in general, presented with perpetual lateness and a slight lack of focus.

So far, the blog has mostly discussed the ascendance of what it terms “Post-Club” music from a bubbling undercurrent in the British pop scene (in 2014) to the dominant form of pop broadcast on the radio (in 2016). If you want to quickly catch up on the blog’s central discussions pertaining to Post-Club music, these posts will quickly bring you up to speed:

These are my personal favourite posts:

And these ones are particularly popular:

So read, comment, enjoy and… a fourth thing.

Yeah, I’m still figuring out the intricacies of the outro.


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