What’s a podcast? Well, put simply, it’s a radio show delivered to your computer every time a new one is released. It means you can play it from your PC or transfer it to your MP3 or Apple player to listen on the go. The idea’s great, but there’s not […]
This time of year is always a good time for a clearout – and as a collector of some time, I have plenty to clear. With this in mind, I have just put up for sale a number of vintage shirts – including plenty of collectable items, all at reasonable […]
The Passing Show – The Life And Music Of Ronnie LaneFriday 6th January 9.00-10.15pm BBC FOUR (followed by Ronnie Lane at the BBC) Another tasty looking show from BBC4, this time on Ronnie Lane, bass player and songwriter extraordinaire of the Small Faces, charting his musical ups and downs, financial […]
For anyone who missed the BBC’s excellent three part series on the introduction and development of jazz in the UK in the 50s and 60s, you’ll be pleased to know that Jazz Britannia is repeated over three days from Sunday 1st January 2006 at 11:55pm. If you want to catch […]
The Ipcress File, the first of the Harry Palmer movies and arguably the film that made Michael Caine, returns to UK cinemas in a new (enhanced) 35mm print. You can catch the bespectacled ladies’ man and MoD counter-espionage agent at the Cornerhouse in Manchester from January 20th for a week […]
It seems like everyone at this time of year has a sale, so we thought we would get in on the act by reducing the price of all the vintage and knitted ties at Modculture – in time for the New year festivities! All ties are now £6 or less […]
Ok, it’s only a relatively small piece, but the fact that a women’s ‘style’ magazine covers the mod scene is indication enough that it’s still high on the hip scale for the popular press. The feature is a profile of Scene 64 editors and all round good eggs Dave Edwards […]
Modculture, in assocation with Bullet in Sheffield and artist Colin Duffield (referred to as “the pioneer of 60s poster art”) will soon offer for sale original live music posters from the Mojo Club in Sheffield featuring the biggest bands ever – including many mod favourites.