It’s been a bit of a collector’s piece for many years now. But now you can buy a newly-republished Quant By Quant, courtesy of the V&A.
Month: September 2012
If you have been in the business 30 years, an album is certainly going to be on the cards. In the case of Kent, it’s the Kent 30: Best Of Kent Northern 1982 – 2012 album.
Guess what? There’s a new video from New York band The Electric Mess, going by the name of I Didn’t Miss You At All.
It’s getting cold. It’s ‘big coat’ time and when it does get cold, a pea coat is hard to beat. Here are two options covering two different budgets, the Uniqlo wool blend pea coat or the classic pea coat at Jaeger.
No prizes for guessing which band is the focus for the new Mojo magazine, although the loosely mod-themed CD is a bit more leftfield than you might imagine.
A mid-60s garage classic is given the reissue treatment via Ace Records – The Seeds debut album.
Just a day after we featured a rather smart vintage Dansette, we spotted something the Crosley 1960s-style Collegiate portable turntable. As the Dansette went down so well, we thought this might be worth a mention too.
The other day, we flagged up a new item from John Smedley, this Talbot Merino Jacket. One of the concerns raised was the price – which is where The Outlet by John Smedley comes in.