Rhian E Jones grew up in south Wales and now lives in London, where she works as a shop assistant and writes on history, politics, popular culture and the places where they intersect. She is the author of Clampdown: Pop-Cultural Wars on Class and Gender (zer0 Books, 2013) and a forthcoming book on nineteenth-century popular protest. Her blog is Velvet Coalmine and she is on Twitter as @RhianEJones
Living Fast: Revisiting Oasis's "Definitely Maybe"
THE YEAR 1994 had solid significance for the direction 1990s Britain eventually took. After the fall of the Berlin Wall, the ...