The year has ended and a new one begun. But before we start 2017 proper, we thought it might be a good idea to look back at the past 12 months, courtesy of the 20 most popular posts on the Modculture site.
If you didn’t know, the legendary Sneakers Club is back in London next month. We talked to Kieran McAleer about the night’s past and of course, its present.
Two new mod-related graphic novels will be on the shelves soon – Living For Kicks and Who Are You? The Life & Death of Keith Moon. We talk to the man behind both of them, Jim McCarthy.
It started off as one person making the occasional vintage-style dress for sale. But over time, Love Her Madly Boutique has become one of the leading lights in 1960s-dressmaking. We caught up with proprietor, designer and maker Melanie for a chat.
Modculture talks to Daniele Savare about Connection Knitwear and Clothing, the super-stylish new mod label out of Italy. All images by Dominic Hinde.
Mark Baxter, in collaboration with Lee Cogswell, has delivered Tubby Hayes – A Man in a Hurry, a film that charts the life and times of perhaps Britain’s greatest jazz exponent. We talked about to Mark about the man, the documentary and the 60s jazz scene, along with Paul Weller […]
Claire Mahoney grabs a few words with The Jam’s Rick Buckler, as well as offering an insight into how newly-published autobiography.
Founder of The Kinks, brother of Ray Davies and now back playing live in the UK for the first time in 13 years at London’s Barbican. Mark Raison (aka Monkey Picks) meets Dave Davies.