New Bands

New video: Paradise – Humans and Stars

by Modculture 7 February, 2013

Sometime last year, we featured Paradise in our new bands section. You can find out all about the Portland-based band at that particular link. Anyway, the band has a new video out, for the Humans and Stars track. Continue Reading

New band: The Travellers

by Modculture 11 October, 2012

Not exactly new, as the band seem to have been playing together since 2007. But The Travellers are certainly new to us. Continue Reading

New band: The High Leary’s

by Modculture 5 October, 2012

Not sure just how ‘new’ this band are, but we have just got a video through the inbox featuring the The High Leary’s. Continue Reading

New band: The Bidons

by Modculture 17 September, 2012

Short, sweet and to the point – that’s what you get with The Bidons. Continue Reading

New band: French Boutik

by Modculture 17 August, 2012

If you enjoyed the recent France Goes Beat Spotify playlist, perhaps you want to investigate some modern-day French mod sounds? You could start with French Boutik. Continue Reading

The Wicked Whispers new single – Dandelion Eyes

by Modculture 13 August, 2012

We have featured the band previously, but as a video for the new Dandelion Eyes single is now online, it’s worth giving The Wicked Whispers another mention. Continue Reading

New band: The Hollows

by Modculture 7 August, 2012

If punchy indie-meets-mod fits your bill, look no further than The Hollows. Continue Reading

Spotify playlist: New Mod Sounds

by Modculture 31 July, 2012

Plenty of Spotify playlists with classic mod grooves, but what about new bands? Check out our New Mod Sounds Spotify playlist for plenty of that, containing in excess of 30 tracks from new and emerging bands on the mod scene. Continue Reading

New band: The Above

by Modculture 20 July, 2012

I’ll be honest, I don’t know how ‘new’ The Above actually are – but on the evidence of the video passed onto us, they are well worth checking out. Continue Reading

New band: MiRi May

by Modculture 31 May, 2012

Fans of late ’60s psychedelia might want to give MiRi May a listen. Continue Reading