Check this out. It’s a new book called ‘Mancunians and Music: Tales of the Underground, The Internet and the Manchester Music Scene’ by Raquel Morán. It’s her take on the Manchester music scene, post-Oasis, and she finds out how whether there is still such thing as a Manchester ‘scene’, and if so, how is it coping in an age when the business model of the traditional music business has all but collapsed into a confused, flailing heap. Raquel has sought the opinions of an impressive array of movers, shakers and hugely enthusiastic music people to find out what’s going on. We’re chuffed to be quoted a few times with our, ahem, words of wisdom rubbing shoulders with the likes of Graeme Park, John Cooper Clarke, Jon Dasilva, Jon Ronson, Martin Moscrop and many more. Cool or what?