If you have a Sky box (whether you have a contract or not), you should be able to get the new, free-to-air Talking Pictures TV channel from today (Tuesday 26th May) and it might turn out to have some interesting vintage movies on it. Continue Reading
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We flagged up Toerag a while back when they were selling via eBay. Now the t-shirt range looks to have been expanded and is selling via Etsy.
Worth a look too. I’m not saying it’s t-shirt weather now, but it might well be soon and when it is, they’re worth having in the wardrobe / drawer.
The range features a range of mod-friendly subjects, from shirts featuring bands through to logos and compilation album sleeves. As examples, check out the Rhythm and Blues above (based on a compilation album logo), The Who logo t-shirt below and The Artwoods long-sleeve top (also below).
Many more too, with prices starting from around £10.
Just seen these on the latest Jazzman mailout, a couple of mod-friendly reissues at a fraction of the price that these would command as originals. Continue Reading
I suppose ‘new’ isn’t really the term to use, but it gets the point across that a selection of newly-available Tootal Vintage silk scarf designs have just landed at the Stuarts of London site. Continue Reading
Have you read the book Adrift In Soho? You really should, especially if you are a fan of Absolute Beginners, as it carries a very similar vibe (and covers a similar time period. If not, there’s a film on the way. Continue Reading
The jacket is obviously the same, but the colours of the iconic Baracuta Harrington G9 seem to change with the time of the year. Right now, these look to be the shades on offer for the autumn and winter months. Continue Reading
If you want a bargain mod classic, you want to get yourself to the John Smedley Mill Sale, which happens to be coming up very soon. Continue Reading
It’s a timeless design and for spring, this Fred Perry Made in England bomber jacket is back in navy blue. Continue Reading
The company reissues the shows on DVD and Blu-ray, so Network releasing cult 1960s TV soundtracks on heavyweight vinyl perhaps isn’t a big surprise. Continue Reading
Some of you may recall a new series of compilations that featured music from the Scene Club and the Twisted Wheel some months back. Well, that series of albums from Charly has just been boosted by volumes three and five of the Club Soul series, namely The Wigan Casino 1973 – 81 and The Catacombs 1969 – 74. Continue Reading