Archive for August, 2014

Out now: Sympathy for the Devil: The Birth of the Rolling Stones and the Death of Brian Jones by Paul Trynka

by Modculture 29 August, 2014

Out now: Sympathy for the Devil: The Birth of the Rolling Stones and the Death of Brian Jones by Paul Trynka

Not heard anything about this previously, but a trawl through the new releases tells me that Sympathy for the Devil: The Birth of the Rolling Stones and the Death of Brian Jones by Paul Trynka landed this week. Continue Reading

Get Carter: The original Ted Lewis book trilogy reissued by Syndicate Books

by Modculture 29 August, 2014

Get Carter: The original Ted Lewis book trilogy reissued by Syndicate Books

If you are a fan of the classic movie, there’s every chance you’ll be a fan of the books. You’ll have a chance to find out soon, as the Get Carter books by Ted Lewis will soon be reissued by Syndicate Books. Continue Reading

Adidas Hamburg trainers reissued in frost blue as a Size? exclusive

by Modculture 28 August, 2014

Adidas Hamburg trainers reissued in frost blue as a Size? exclusive

I think there have been five issues so far of this classic City Series shoe available worldwide, but the Adidas Hamburg trainer reissue in frost blue is exclusive to just one online retailer. Continue Reading

Coming soon: Shapes & Shadows – Psychedelic Pop And Other Rare Flavours From The Chapter One Vaults 1968-72

by Modculture 27 August, 2014

Shapes & Shadows – Psychedelic Pop And Other Rare Flavours From The Chapter One Vaults 1968-72

If the latter part of the 1960s is your bag music-wise, you might want to check out Shapes & Shadows – Psychedelic Pop And Other Rare Flavours From The Chapter One Vaults 1968-72. Continue Reading

BBC One to screen Mods and Rockers Rebooted documentary

by Modculture 17 August, 2014

BBC One to screen Mods and Rockers Rebooted documentary

I suspect it isn’t going to be up there with the Mods, Rockers and Bank Holiday Mayhem doc on BBC Four, but if you can tune in, the Mods and Rockers Rebooted documentary on BBC One should be worth checking out. Continue Reading

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