“A Hidden Landscape Once A Week”

Mike Atkinson, one of the administrators of this blog, has written a chapter about James Hamilton (titled “Rhythms Would Skitter, Jiggle, Leap or Lurch“) in a collection of writing about the British music press from the 1960s to the 1980s.

“A Hidden Landscape Once A Week – The Unruly Curiosity of The UK Music Press in the 1960s-80s, in the Words of Those Who Were There” is published by Strange Attractor, edited by Mark Sinker (The Wire, NME, Sight and Sound) and illustrated by Edwin Pouncey (aka Savage Pencil). Other contributors include Valerie Wilmer, Charles Shaar Murray, Richard Williams, Penny Reel, John Ingham, Jon Savage, Cynthia Rose, Paul Morley, David Toop, Bob Stanley, Barney Hoskyns, Jonathon Green, Simon Frith, Paul Gilroy, and many others besides.

You can read more about the book at

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