Month: March 2010

Liam Large talks Jukebox Jam

Big thanks to Liam Large for agreeing to do an interview about Jukebox Jam. The interview covers the club/live music nights, as well as the specialist R&B 45s label, which operates in conjunction with Jazzman Records. If any of that nudges your personal interests, you'll find it a very interesting […]

Catch-up: W/C 15th March 2010

Barry Murphy picks out the best of the week's TV and radio on the various catch-up services in the UK. All programmes are listed in date order and please note: Only available to UK residents. TV Mad Men (6/13) – Series three. Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency – Sterling […]

Free 60s soul podcasts

These were flagged up on the forums by the man behind them, but just in case you missed them, you might want to check out the Pierced Hearts 60s soul podcasts. All the tunes are gems from the genre, nothing too rare, but with enough of of mix to keep […]

Fred Flare Riverdale Boatneck Dress

Remembering how the decade itself used knits, this Riverdale Dress from Fred Flare doesn't put a foot wrong in transitioning towards Spring with 60s style. The boatneck, combined with a sleeveless cut, creates the perfect silhouette and slimming look, while the A-line skirt is demure enough for daywear without looking […]

Pretty Green Classic Harrington

Pretty Green, you either love it or hate it with a passion – and I can't see this Pretty Green Classic Harrington changing opinions on either side. Described as having all the 'classic features', it's made of a lightweight, waterproof fabric and comes with oversized button detailing, piping detail on […]

Adidas Vespa Sir bag

A old school bag comes with added scooter appeal – the Adidas Vespa Sir bag. Another piece of the Adidas/Vespa collaborative collection, the bag has joint branding and of course, that scooter image, along with a large storage area, side pocket, mobile phone pocket, card holder and adjustable strap. You […]

Five of the best: John Smedley

I was going to pick out something to feature from the new John Smedley range, but instead, I've compiled a 'best of…' feature going by the name of Five of the best: John Smedley. Essentially it's my pick of the best knitwear currently in the John Smedley range – the […]

Reviewed: Die Hard Mod

It's not out until April, but we managed to get an advance copy of Die Hard Mod by Charlie MacQuaker. It's old school pulp fiction, but set in the mod-ern era. Steve is being hunted by a local crime boss in Belfast, so goes on the run in Brighton to […]