My Manchester music print chronologically compiles 72 important Manchester records from Buzzcocks' legendary 'Spiral Scratch' EP, 1977 (the first independent British punk record) to Oasis' rise of superstardom in the 90s. The colours of the rings are based on the original artwork colour scheme per record.
The print includes records by groups and artists such as Buzzcocks, Magazine, Joy Division, The Fall, New Order, 808 State, The Stone Roses, A Certain Ratio, A Guy Called Gerald, The Durutti Column, The Smiths, The Chameleons, James, Oasis and much more.
The artwork also includes the release date and record label per record, Factory Records connections and production and artwork credits by Martin Hannett and Peter Saville respectively.
Factory Records: The Legacy Of The Manchester Label
My Factory Records print, available in 2 colour schemes, compiles key records in a chronological order from the legendary Mancunian label from 1979 to 1991. It includes singles, EPs, LPs and compilations from the groups associated with the record label, but it also includes underrated and obscure gems that will make you rediscover and celebrate the unique creative legacy and artistic freedom of Factory Records.
Additionally, the print includes the release date, catalogue number and production/artwork credits by Martin Hannett and Peter Saville respectively.
“Factory just sign who they want to, put records by who they want to out, package it how they want to" - Ian Curtis
The artwork features 72 records carefully hand-picked by groups and artists signed by the label such asJoy Division, New Order, A Certain Ratio, The Durutti Column, James, Marcel King, Happy Mondays, Crispy Ambulance, Section 25, The Wendys, OMD, Northside, Kalimaand much more.
Factory Records changed music history and this signed print will provide you with a talking point for years to come.
Key London Records from Glam to Post-Punk
My London music history print compiles 72 important records in a chronological order from 1971 to 1986 by influential London bands or artists deeply linked* to the British capital, from the rise ofglam, pubandpunk rockto the city's early new wave andpost-punk days.
The print features key records by bands and artists such as T. Rex, David Bowie,Kilburn and the Highroads, Brinsley Schwarz, Sex Pistols, The Clash, Ian Dury, Madness, The Slits, The Only Ones, Subway Sect, Public Image Ltd., The Ruts, X-Ray Spex, Siouxsie and The Banshees, The Jam, Killing Joke, Gary Numan, Squeeze, Talk Talk and many more.
The colours of the rings are based on the original artwork colour scheme per record and it also includes the release date and record label per record.
*Some bands featured in the print were not formed in London, but their history and legacy is deeply linked to the British capital, such is the case with groups like The Pretenders (Hereford) or The Jam (Woking).
The North - Key Records From Punk To R'n'R Stardom
A unique print that chronologically compiles 72 essential records from Northern groups from the dawn of punk rock to the rise of 90s R 'n' R stardom. My print celebrates the music legacy of Northern cities such asManchester,Liverpool,Sheffield,Leedsand more.
My print includes records by groups such as Buzzcocks, The Mekons, Cabaret Voltaire, Pulp, The Human League, Southern Death Cult, Echo & The Bunnymen, The Teardrop Explodes, Gang of Four, The Sisters of Mercy, New Order, Throbbing Gristle,Joy Division, The Fall, The Stone Roses, Space, A Certain Ratio, The Smiths, The La's,Oasis, The Wedding Present and many more.
The print has been carefully researched and includes the release date and city of origin per record/group.The colour of the rings is based on the original artwork colour scheme per record
The records have been chosen by myself and the artwork will give you a comprehensive overview of the music legacy of The North and a great talking point for years to come.
Key Sheffield Records From Electronic Pop To Indie
A unique print for the proud Sheffield music fanatic. My artwork chronologically compiles 72 key records from Cabaret Voltaire's early recordings and The Human League's 'Being Boiled' to the rise of Sheffield music stardom in the 90s and mid-00s.
From the dawn of industrial music and electronic pop to indie, the print features records from 1974 to 2019 (including the release date and record label). The colour of the rings is based on the original artwork colour scheme per record
The artwork includes records by groups and artists such as Artery, 2.3, In The Nursery,ABC, Heaven 17, British Electric Foundation, Sweet Exorcist, Richard H. Kirk, The Comsat Angels, The Longpigs, Chakk, Babybird, The Suncharms, Pulp, Moloko, Arctic Monkeys, Richard Hawley and much more. Additionally, the artwork also includes key Sheffield compilations and important singles/EPs.