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Post Punk City
Post Punk City sees Martin McClenaghan turn the lens on his native city 1979-1990. Glasgow cityscapes, architecture, the Clyde, markets, portraits, political demos, work, leisure and holidays all feature in an evocative portrait of a city in transition. This unique and largely-unpublished archive reveals many sides of the city, and the people at its heart. All augmented by live music photography reflecting this key era from The Fall, Cramps, Banshees, Ants and Magazine to New Order, U2, Altered Images and Orange Juice.
Foreword by Bobby Gillespie.
The Inner Circle
The latest independent publication from Chris Brickley, the book presents an introduction to the work of talented photographer Graham Gavin. This joyous selection of images reveals tight-knit and interlinked circles of young creatives in the Glasgow of the distant 1990s.
Featuring over 2000 images, this 500-page photobook captures a significant period in Scotland's music history. Arranged by town and venue across Scotland, this book presents a unique collection of photographs and ephemera which would otherwise be lost.
Saints & Sinners
Turning the lens on the punk and post-punk scenes of Glasgow and Paisley, Saints & Sinners features a fantastic array of photography. captures the live music scene in the West of Scotland from the late 1970s and early 1980s and showcases the work of renowned Scottish photographers such as Harry Papadopoulos and Laurie Evans.