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Liz Naylor, Gary Birchall, Mike, Lynn Paul, Bruce Denning, Andy Hudson, Alan Pellay, Paul H.
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Featured in the following MDMArchive online exhibitions:
City Fun: The Hidden History of Manchester's Favourite Fanzine
Artefact added : 28th October 2012
by Abigail
David Wilkinson Says –
Ray Lowry was a fantastic cartoonist who started out working for the hippie underground press and moved on to publications like the Guardian, the NME and The Face. Here his satire is perfectly tailored to City Fun's regionalism and its anti-elitist politics, mocking the perceived pretentiousness of the London-based music press, certain post-punk bands and their questionable political commitments. As someone who'd lived through countercultural rock, he'd seen this turn to obscurity before and knew that it boded ill for hopes of a radical but populist popular music.
COMMENT ADDED 26th November 2012
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