Month: April 2009

Fred Perry 100 Year Polo Shirt

2009 marks 100 years since the birth of Frederick John Perry, better known as Fred Perry, tennis legend and man behind the classic British clothing company. To celebrate this fact, Fred Perry is releasing a very special item – the Fred Perry 100 Year Polo Shirt. Available in very limited […]

New band: Trummor and Orgel

Not a particularly new band, but one that may have escaped your attention over the past couple of years, Trummor & Orgel are a Hammond-led jazz combo of some repute. Uppsala in Sweden is the home for siblings Anders Ljunggren (Hammond organ) and Staffan Ljunggren (drums). Formed out of pop-psych […]

New Pow! club in Liverpool

Details are a bit thin on the ground, but we just got word of a new mod club starting this Friday (April 24th) in Liverpool. Pow! will be held at Monochrome (formerly the Sports Bar) regularly, with dates currently being advertised suggesting it will become a weekly night. Music policy […]

Win a 1965 Lambretta Golden Special

Fancy winning a vintage scoot and doing your bit for charity? You can if you buy a ticket to win a 1965 Lambretta Golden Special. It's being raffled in aid of Cancer Research UK, with the draw taking place on stage at the Ryde Ice Arena at the VFM evening […]

Telstar The Movie

You really couldn't make up the story of maverick early 60s producer Joe Meek, so we expect his eventful life and career to make a pretty impressive flick when it hits the big screen as Telstar The Movie. Yes, we expect the works – a rapid rise to fame, weird […]

Signed Sir Peter Blake Pop t-shirts

First appearing last year, the Sir Peter Blake Pop t-shirts are back with the sun at Ink'd – and this time you can pick up a signed limited edition. Yes, probably the cheapest signed Sir Peter Blake work around, the t-shirt is a limited edition of 500, but just 50 […]

Baader Meinhof Complex DVD reviewed

If you like the idea of an incredibly detailed period tale of 60s/70s European terrorism, look no further than the Baader Meinhof Complex. The review of the DVD (which is out from today) is now up on Cinedelica, but for the uninitiated, it's the film version of Uli Edel's book […]

Sounds And Pressure weekender

This year's 1970 Reggae & Soul Revival weekender is set to celebrate 40 years of skinhead culture, and is headlined with a rare live appearance from Pat Kelly. Kelly is a legendary figure in the early reggae scene, both as a solo artist and with The Techniques. His backing band […]