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.

Listen: The First Generation X on BBC Radio 4

by Modculture 11 March, 2014

We have flagged the book up before, but if you want to know more about Generation X by Charles Hamblett and Jane Deverson, check out The First Generation X on BBC Radio 4 on iPlayer while you still can. Continue Reading

Watch: The Soul Rider documentary on an original 1960s mod

by Modculture 14 February, 2014

Just spotted this in the inbox, The Soul Rider documentary, which focuses on a 1960s mod in the present era, but looking back at the past. It’s a short watch, but worth the effort. Continue Reading

Listen: Eyewitness to History – Vicki Wickham’s 60s

by Modculture 26 October, 2013

Whilst doing some late night switching around the dial (well, the modern-day equivalent), I caught the back end of Eyewitness to History – Vicki Wickham’s 60s. I then caught the full thing on catch-up. You should too. Continue Reading

David McEnery 1960s mod photography at PYMCA Gallery

by Modculture 14 July, 2013

If you’ve seen the proposed artwork for Paul Anderson’s Mods – The New Religion book, you’ll probably already be familiar with David McEnery’s mod photography, which you can browse at the PYMCA Gallery. Continue Reading

Upcoming Mods exhibition in Northampton

by Modculture 8 July, 2013

We did highlight an upcoming mod exhibition called (simply) Mods in Northampton a couple of weeks back, but only now have we managed to get some concrete details about it. Find out for yourself by reading on. Continue Reading

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