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Liz Naylor, Andy Zero, Martin X, Neil, J.C., Alan Pellay, K.A. Huish
Address: c/o New Hormones, 50 Newton Street, Manchester
Artefact added : 29th October 2012
by Abigail
David Wilkinson Says –
Interview with the editors, revealing the balance shifting further towards Liz and Cath. Efficiency is now to be privileged over a jumble of contributions, and politically Liz wonders how far it's worth taking on roles like exposing police brutality, thinking that City Fun should concentrate more on the politics of the music scene. Nevertheless they stress that they've always wanted to cover the whole of Manchester's 'sub-world', with music only featuring "if it was subversive in nature". Also, once under the helm of Liz and Cath, City Fun would start to feature more of their blackly funny take on feminism and gay rights placed unselfconsciously side by side with music coverage, meaning that it never really narrowed its original remit.
COMMENT ADDED 23rd November 2012
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