BritPop! A Tribute to the Sounds of Madchester and Britpop.
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BritPop! A Tribute to the Sounds of Madchester and Britpop.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2020

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Established on Jan, 2020
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The best kept secret in music


"BritPop brings the pop!"

"..there is no band in this area, hell in this country that is performing these songs. Whether it's the more popular songs of this era or obscure numbers from bands like The Bluetones or Supergrass, BritPop has it all covered." - Steve Wilson

"More pleasant than a Sunday Roast"

"...too say that this is a neglected genre in this city is an understatement. The boys in BritPop were brilliant in their delivery and song selection. This ex-pat felt like she was back in West Yorkshire at the local pub on a Saturday night." - Marcie Richmond

"One Word"

Fuckin' Brilliant! - Liam


Still working on that hot first release.



Melodic guitar based pop from the British Isles circa 1988 to 1996. No other band in the United States is bringing the authentic sounds from the UK from this electric era.

Whether the "baggy" scene around Manchester in the late 80's or the songs that fueled the "Battle of Britpop" in the mid-90's, BritPop! has it covered.

BritPop! will take you back to the clubs in and around Manchester like the Hacienda, the Boardwalk Club and International 2 and the iconic Madchester sounds that spilled into the streets.

"So come on and say it, come on and tell me twice."

They bring you the infectious sounds of Britpop bands that came from Camden Town clubs like the Dublin Castle and the Electric Ballroom.

"Sing along with the common people, Sing along and it just get you through!"

Oasis, Blur, Pulp, The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, The Charlatans, Suede, James and many more bands that defined the sound of popular music in England in the late 80's through the mid 90's.

"I'm feeling supersonic, give me gin and tonic!"

BritPop! is here.