|Phil Wilson's official June Brides website.|
|Michael Harding's official 1000 Mexicans site (Whaam! artistes).|
|Brazilian fan site for Dreamworld artistes One Thousand Violins.|
|A fairly comprehensive site for The Mighty Lemon Drops, whose first release was on Dreamworld.|
|Official site for ex-Swell Maps Nikki Sudden|
|My sister site, devoted to '80s English popsters The Farmer's Boys.
* Temporarily down as of autumn 2005 - back soon *
|A Sarah Records archive.|
|Official Cinerama site.|
|Official site for now disbanded Marine Research.|
|Official site for Tender Trap (ex-Heavenly & Marine Research).|
|Official Beachbuggy site.|
|Official Chameleons site.|
|Official Fall site.|
|A Wedding Present site.|
|A site for the much-missed girly indie janglers The Popguns.|
|And now there's an official Popguns site.|
|Unofficial site for the late, lamented Kitchens of Distinction.|
|The Spacemen 3 archives.|
|A UK site for Spacemen 3.|
|Creation Records. These two unofficial sites provide an information resource on the label, its history, the releases and the bands.
|Poptones is Alan McGee's latest label.|
|Joe Foster's revived Revola label.|
|A site for The Associates / Billy Mackenzie here.|
|Josek K / Paul Haig here.|
|A site for BMX Bandits is here.|
|Unofficial Close Lobsters site.|
|An unofficial, but comprehensive Wire site.|
|Scottish band The Paisley Shirts have recorded a number of TVP covers. You can download their version of 'The Dream Inspires' from the site.|
|Although now disbanded, German band Milton Fisher have a great song about the TVPs available for download at their site.|
|Members of Milton Fisher now play in the fabulous Woog Riots.|
|My own group, The Container Drivers.|
|Topplers Records includes MP3 downloads of Jowe Head and TVP covers by the NoMen. You can also buy the Jowe Head solo single here.|
|Cult British band Half Man Half Biscuit site.|
|Ed Hornsby's Forgotten Band Planet contains info on many lesser-known bands from the early 90s, including The Family Cat, The Telescopes and Midway Still.|
|In a similar vein, my own Bird Poo has discographies including Orange Juice, Sweet Jesus, The Hinnies, Tiger, Thrilled Skinny and King of the Slums.|
|Ad's excellent Indie Pop Links page.|
|Indiepages features bands, labels, reviews and much more.
Including the home of Matinée Records.
The same site also has a great page of band links.
|The mod-tinged Ready Steady Go! site.|
|The Syd Barrett home page at Dolly Rocker.|
|New Zealand's leading independent label Flying Nun Records.|
|Leading American indie label K Records.|
|DJ John Peel's official Radio One page.|
|Tangents is an intelligent and eclectic musical essay site.|
|Dan Treacy's favourite new band - Dustin's Bar Mitzvah.|
|The following sites were useful when researching this site.|
- The best free encyclopedia site I know of.
|Internet Movie Database
- This site was invaluable when researching the films. The cross-referencing came in very handy.
- A site devoted to British films, including many of the ones found on my own site.
|Sixties British Pop Culture
- A site containing much information about Sixties music and films.
|Swingin' Chicks of the '60s
- This site has information on many female icons of that decade.
|The official Mary Quant website.|
- A contemporary Mod site featuring music, fashion, films and clubs.
|This Rita Tushingham fan site has some pics from Smashing Time, plus the lyrics from the soundtrack.|
|The Artists - an index of 20th Century artists, with many links.|
|The permanent Hockney exhibition at Saltaire in England.|
|Roy Lichtenstein on Artchive.|
|The Andy Warhol Foundation.|
|Andy Warhol on Brain-Juice.|
|Pablo Picasso on Artchive.|
|Official Salvador Dali Museum web site.|
|Joan Miró Foundation.|