Month: January 2006

Free Andy Lewis download

I’m a big fan of Andy Lewis’ work – anyone who can pick out some classic vintage grooves and make them sound fresh in 2006 is alright by me. And he’s a damn fine DJ judging by his recent performance at the Pow Wow Club. Anyway – he’s offering up […]

Rendez-Vous club reviewed

Here at Modculture, we understand that a list of DJs you’ve probably never heard of and an even longer list of obscure music genres is not going to tell you if a club night is for you or not. So with that in mind, we’re going to start reviewing clubs […]

New Birmingham night

Starting in Birmingham on Saturday 8th April will be a new R&B club, which, if successful, will become a regular bi-monthly night. The venue is called the Bash Bar on New Street. It used to be called The Royal Mail and was a mod hang out back in ’79, so […]

Cravats galore for sale!

  We’ve been lucky enough to source a batch of vintage cravats with some excellent and varied designs, which we are offering for sale. The first are online now, with the remainder going online in the next day or so. Once the 20 or so cravats are gone, we are […]

Jam's 'Snap' expanded

The Jam’s final album, Snap, is getting the reissue treatment and loses the ‘Compact’ tag on Monday February 13th. The greatest hits album originally hit the shops in 1983 with a total of 29 tracks. But 8 of those tracks went walkabout when the album was converted to CD, hence […]

London clubs update

The London Dossier online club guide has just been updated today (Saturday 21 January) with new reviews and all the latest club dates. The London Dossier club listings are the most comprehensive and up-to-date listings of their type anywhere and feature dozens of the best rhythm & blues, soul, jazz, […]

Time Out Soho special

The latest issue of Time Out London magazine (January 18-25 2006 – no. 1848) features a fantastic Soho special. There are lots of great vintage photos from the 50s and 60s including a great one of original Soho jazz modernist Ronnie Scott outside "the old place" in Gerrard Street in […]