Month: August 2006

Mod discussion/record fair in Liverpool

One for your diaries if you happen to be up north on Saturday September 16th is a Mod record fair, music and discussion event in Liverpool under the name It’ll Never Be Over For Me. It’s a free event that starts at 12 noon and runs until late. There’s a […]

Worst-ever Fred Perry polo shirt?

There’s been some disagreement over the merits of the Paul Weller-designed Fred Perry polo shirt, but I’m sure there’ll be little disagreement over this. It’s a Fred Perry designed by hip Danish-born (and now London-based) designer Peter Jensen. I don’t know too much else about this polo shirt apart from […]

Rapha sample sale in London

Good news if you like the Rapha range of hip cycling gear – they’re having a clearout of their current lines at a sample sale in London, to make way for new autumn/winter stock and discounting heavily on their website. The sample sale is this weekend at Velorution, 18 Great […]

Quadrophenia DVD winners

Thanks to the hundreds of you that entered our competition for the Quadrophenia Special Edition DVDs. We only have three copies, so there can only be three winners. Those winners are (in order of being drawn out): Barry Murphy Joanne Greenhalgh Robbie Higgins – I’ll be in touch for your […]

Mod hairdo t-shirt

More of an eye-catcher than a fashion statement, this unisex Mod Indian Hairdoo t-shirt from Canadian t-shirt makers Super Fantastico features a vintage image of an Indian woman with a fairly distinctive 60s hairstyle, which was undoubtedly heavy on the lacquer. Oliver green background with green tinged image, you can […]

Rhoda Dakar at the new Filthys

A big night in the world of Filthy Macnastys, with the opening of a new venue in SE1 and live music from the ever-popular Rhoda Dakar on Thursday 31st August from 6pm onwards. The British Ska legend will be performing some classic reggae and ska standards acoustically along with a […]

The Saint – The Monochrome Years

If you bought and enjoyed the 14-DVD boxset of the colour Saint TV shows (reviewed here on Modculture), you’ll be pleased to know that Network is doing the same with all the black and white episodes, under the title The Saint – The Monochrome Years. It clocks in at an […]

YouTube: The Who

Yes, it’s The Who – this time live at the Marquee Club in 1966, with harmonies slightly out of tune, but all the better for it. At least you know it really is live! The song is So Sad About Us (but you’ll know that as soon as the intro […]