Tag: Juliana Hatfield


  • College rock: a confession

    College rock: a confession

    Really, I should have been in a college rock band. The problem was that I came from the wrong country, turned teen in the wrong decade, and my college was a stout tower block rather than a bustling campus with a radio station where all the best songs could be found left of the dial. […]

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  • Bed by Juliana Hatfield

    Bed by Juliana Hatfield

    The truth is I listened to ‘college rock’ before I ever went to college. I’d already decided what life was going to be like based on some CDs and movies, all of which were from America. Britain was going through a post-Britpop hangover and for the most part, I favoured alternative American bands. I had […]

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  • The Best Of 2018

    The Best Of 2018

    2018 has been a odd year for pop culture. I feel like we’re stuck in stasis, waiting for something exciting to happen. But can the underground really throw up anything truly transgressive when there are a thousand blogs (like this one) waiting to find The Next Big Thing and hurl it upwards long before it […]

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  • Years Later, The Craft Continues To Cast A Spell On Me

    Years Later, The Craft Continues To Cast A Spell On Me

    Decades after being released to mixed reviews and a good showing at the box office, The Craft continues to be revered and relevant, a preciously guarded artefact for an entire generation of teens who have now grown up into adulthood. An argument could – and probably has on a billion other blogs – be made […]

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