Pop Cultured

The Music Photography of Mark McNulty

Mark McNulty

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ISBN: 9781846311680

Publication: October 1, 2008

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Since leaving Eat My Dog, Mark McNulty hasn’t looked back! For over twenty years Mark has been documenting the Liverpool music scene in the city and its proliferation worldwide. With 300 photographs from his portfolio Pop Cultured celebrates a city, its music and its culture through the lens of an acclaimed and highly influential Liverpool photographer. As a jobbing photographer McNulty began work covering events such as the Earthbeat festivals in Sefton Park, Liverpool, an annual live music event that would witness breakthrough performances from iconic artists such as The La’s and The Stone Roses. While Britain enjoyed the ‘Second Summer of Love’ and the advent of acid house McNulty chronicled the full glory of the period in monochrome and technicolor capturing The Happy Mondays, The Farm, Echo & The Bunnymen, Cast and the legendary Liverpool dance mecca and rival to the Hacienda, Cream. As well as celebrating the current crop of Liverpool talent including The Zutons, Pop Levi, Candie Payne and Ladytron, Pop Cultured displays Mark’s work with some of the most iconic figures in British popular music from The Who to Arctic Monkeys. Visually stunning and extremely witty Pop Cultured combine McNulty’s images with his own laconic words along with contributions from some of his subjects to provide an enthralling rollercoaster account of some of the most influential artists and movements in the last twenty years of British popular culture.

Introduction - Absolute Beginner Chapter One - Earthbeat Chapter Two - Beatles Fan Chapter Three - Ten Til Late Chapter Four - G-Lovers Chapter Five - Paris & Minsk Chapter Six - The New Mersey Beat Chapter Seven - Cream Chapter Eight - Supper Clubs Chapter Nine - Shamrocks & Shenanigans Chapter Ten - Hillsborough Chapter Eleven - Hello Software Chapter Twelve - Remix Chapter Thirteen - First Three Songs No Flash! Chapter Fourteen - Contributions

Mark McNulty has photographed everyone from Vivienne Westwood to The Zutons, Yoko Ono to Portishead. And now the 42-year-old from Walton has drawn together some of his favourite images to celebrate the city's rich musical heritage in his new book Pop Cultured.
  Liverpool Echo

Music’s epicentre of pop class captured.
  Record Collector

McNulty’s first book is shot with fun and passion ... but also displays a Leibovitz-like ability to catch an artist’s unguarded essence.
  Mojo

Format: Hardback

Size: 239 x 163 mm

208 Pages

ISBN: 9781846311680

Publication: October 1, 2008

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