J-Pop Go founder Paul Browne spent his formative years indulging in fanzine culture before branching out to graphic and web design in later years via Arc23.
He has been involved in both writing and design in the music world for over 20 years which has seen him working with such diverse artists as pioneering synthpop outfit Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark, Julian Cope and Virginia Astley. Paul also founded The Electricity Club, a website which celebrates electronic music both classic and contemporary.
Paul has also written on anime, manga and music for Electronic Sound, Manga Entertainment and All The Anime. As well as J-Pop Go, Paul has also helped and assisted in the organisation of many other Japanese cultural events including the Japanese Art Festival, Aid For Japan and Grand Cosplay Ball.