The Liverpool music history print compiles more than 400 local artists/groups across more than 20 genres, 7 decades, several record labels, key venues and more. It is the ideal artwork for those who love Liverpool music and for those who want to know more about the colossal music history of Liverpool and Merseyside from the 50s to present times.
★★★★★ "Brings back so many memories reading all the bands/ musicians names over the years & different genres! Liverpool truly is the capital of music."
Besides being the hometown of the most popular group in music history, Liverpool holds the Guinness record due to being the number one record capital. It was also the hometown of Eric's and Cream – clubs that defined British music in the 70s and 90s respectively – and to this day, Liverpool remains as one of the most prolific and diverse music capitals in the world.
The artwork features everything you need to know about Liverpool music: local pop idols (Cilla Black, Billy Fury), Merseybeat legends (Billy J. Kramer, Gerry & The Pacemakers), punk and post-punk pioneers (Spitfire Boys, Big in Japan), synth-pop and New Wave precursors (OMD, Wah!), local icons (Ian Broudie, Ian MacCulloch, Jayne Casey), classic soul bands (The Real Thing), indie heroes (The La's, The Coral) and Liverpool's new talents (She Drew The Gun, Tremz).
★★★★★ "Unbelievable detail and it’s a real centre conversation and reminisce of our love of music and it looks great in our entrance hall"
★★★★★ "My partner is a musician and sound engineer from Liverpool and his band is on the poster... so obviously I had to buy it for him..:-) The band is Ex Post Facto..and Frank Sparks (my partner ) was the cofounder of the band. Thank you Alejandro, I know he will love it. Best wishes from France"
★★★★★ "Bought this for my son for his 21st birthday - he loved it! Great idea never seen anything like it before - brilliant ! Well worth the money"
A truly conversation starter for the proud Liverpool music fan. Hang it on your wall with pride.
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My name is Alejandro De Luna, I am the one behind The Sense of Doubt, a one-man print studio where I design music history and cultural heritage wall art. My goal is to create well-researched, high-quality prints that attract immediate attention and that become talking points for years to come. I am deeply passionate about music history and this is reflected in my artworks.
Since 2010 I left my native Mexico City, travelled extensively and since then I've been living and working in Stockholm (Sweden), Hangzhou (China), London & Manchester (UK) and Berlin & Leipzig (Germany), where my print studio is currently based.
The prints are produced in small quantities and they are created and signed by myself. All sales are directly fulfilled from my home studio.