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So London

So London was a magazine that proudly trumpeted itself as focusing on "shameless luxury". It folded after just two issues.

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Damon Albarn, Blur, Suede: Brett Anderson and the real rivalry of Britpop

Retrospective by John Lewis, So London, March 2007

BACK IN the heyday of Britpop, the rivalry that garnered all the column inches was that between Blur and Oasis; the nice middle-class Essex boys ...

P. Diddy, Snoop (Doggy) Dogg: P. Diddy and Snoop Dogg at Wembley: A Preview

Report by John Lewis, So London, March 2007

RATHER LIKE the Iran-Iraq war, or the Schleswig-Holstein Question, no one can quite remember the origins of the 1990s "rap wars". It was a rivalry ...

Bob Dylan, Bryan Ferry: Bryan Ferry and how to do a great Bob Dylan cover

Column by John Lewis, So London, 14 March 2007

WAY BACK in 1973, long before any of you were born, the debonair Roxy Music crooner Bryan Ferry had a big hit single with a ...

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