Spanning 12 years Don't Call Me Urban! is a fascinating photographic portrayal of underground music culture and social alienation. Capturing the era when London's inner-city youth found an authentic voice, Simon Wheatley's incisive eye goes into the raw environment from which the new stars of British popular music, such as Dizzee Rascal and Tinchy Stryder have emerged.
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Simon Wheatley is an independent documentary photographer who has been studying the underground urban music scene in London and a visiting lecturer in photography at the Roopkala Kendro Film School in Calcutta, India.
"No one else has really documented the culture and what it is to have a life of grime." —Dacre Bracey, RWD magazine
"An honest and bitter-sweet document of our time that should continue to have significance long after the moments of its making." —Chris Steele-Perkins
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