The Aftershow: Phill Savidge

Mark Sutherland

In the ’90s, Phill Savidge was one half of Savage & Best, the publicity company behind Suede, Elastica and Pulp, and one of the prime instigators of Britpop. As he releases his memoir of the period, Lunch With The Wild Frontiers, the PR guru shares some of the knowledge he’s picked up along the way…

It’s scary writing a book because…

“None of the pop stars who are in it have read it, apart from Luke Haines. ...

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