Stephen Colegrave's lifelong obsession with punk began in the Intrepid Fox in Wardour Street, London, in 1976. Then, after receiving a degree in history from London University, he embarked on a successful advertising career in the 1980s. Sold out, married and with three children, he then decided to confront his punk beginnings full on. Consequently, he spent a year interviewing punk contemporaries and swapping stories of 1970s anarchy in Soho bars.
Chris Sullivan's first foray into youth culture was Northern Soul, and he regularly travelled hundreds of miles from his native Wales to enjoy a night out at Wigan Casino. In 1975 he began travelling to the hippest clubs in London, and soon became caught up in the punk explosion. A former style editor for GQ magazine, he has been a freelance writer since 1999, and has contributed to many publications including the Face, Loaded, the Independent and The Times.
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