The Modculture website passes the 10-year mark, where do we go from here?
Rallies? Pills? Scooters? Soul? Chucking your job in? It wasn’t just in the films as Harry Ward looking back explains…
Carl Spiers outlines his gradual shift towards the mod scene from earlier skinhead years.
Ever wondered what a typical night out was like in sixties London? John Waters was there, and gives you the lowdown.
Despite it’s status as a ‘youth cult’, the average age of the Mod scene has never been higher than it is today. The ‘over 30s’ are returning in their droves. Claudia Elliott asks ‘can you be too old to be a mod?’
Yes, another feature on mods – this time in Scotland on Sunday. It's quite an extensive feature (but sadly without the images), which is centred around the recent Ayr mod rally, the Scottish mod scene and the folk behind the Friday Street club. Check it out on the newspaper's site.Scotland […]
Just flagged up on the forums, French publication Le Figaro has an extensive feature on British subcultures, headed up by a piece of the mod scene. There's nothing new there, the usual 'we want to be different' stuff and a brief summary of mod. But it's well worth a read. […]
I spotted this over on Paul Gorman's The Look blog, the Facebook group Epicentre of creativity World's End chelsea SW10 in the 1960s that is. It is what it says, a focal point for 1960s 'dandy' photos from around the King's Road in the 1960s. The kind of thing you […]