Before we move forward, we’ll look back at the last 12 months with The Year In Mod: 50 most popular posts of 2020.
I actually featured this in 2012, after which it sold out. But this Quadrophenia print by Piper Gates Design has been reprinted in 2020 in limited numbers.
Originally a Hunter Davies book about mid-60s Carlisle, Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush made it to the big screen in 1968.
Neil Handerson checks out Ready, Steady, Go! The Weekend Starts Here, a new book by Andy Neill that has been 16 years in the making.
Dorian Cox talks Celluloid cool – The French New Wave and the sophisticated cinematic world of Mod before the era of the beach fights.
It’s an obscure thing that used to live on late-night TV, but And Soon The Darkness has an interesting back story.
If you missed it first time, the Lambretta documentary on Talking Pictures TV is back for another screening this month.
With Talking Pictures screening it soon it seems a good time for The Scenester to look back at Smashing Time, courtesy of a past NFT screening.