History

Mod has a rich heritage, a good amount of which you’ll find in this section. Whether it’s from the early 1960s or the mod revival era and into the 1980s, we’ll be looking to feature it. If you have anything relevant or want our story told, do get in touch with us.

Mods: Shaping a Generation book and exhibition in Leicester

by Modculture 16 May, 2019

A new exhibition about the Mods has opened at Leicester’s New Walk Museum and Art Gallery – Mods: Shaping a Generation. Continue Reading

Interview: Eddie Piller and Steve Rowland talk Modzines

by Modculture 30 January, 2019

With the book about to hit the shelves, I caught up with Eddie Piller and Steve Rowland to talk Modzines, the revival years and future projects. Continue Reading

Coming to DVD: John Simons – A Modernist

by Modculture 5 January, 2018

Now this should be a treat. John Simons – A Modernist is both a documentary and an upcoming DVD release. Continue Reading

A Year In Mod: 20 most popular posts of 2017

by Modculture 2 January, 2018

We have got the calculator out, double checked and found that these are the 20 most popular posts of 2017 from the Modculture website. Continue Reading

London Boys (mods and casuals) by Gavin Henderson

by Modculture 29 October, 2017

Mark, an old Mod from the Shepherds Bush area of West London, gives an insight into the late 70s London scene and the subsequent rise of the Casual movement to Gavin Henderson. Continue Reading