Ace Records and Kent are treating us to another collection of Mod dance floor sounds. This time in the form of the Modernity compilation.
A new label on me, but I suspect many of you will find the Fuzzy Retro handmade 1960s clothing range very appealing.
With more new colour options just added, I thought it was time to look at the budget monkey jackets by Real Hoxton once more.
A variation on a well-worn theme, courtesy of the newly-introduced Fred Perry Reissues needlecord bomber jacket.
Unashamedly nostalgic, but if that’s how you want your Northern Soul, then check out the Mr M’s Northern Soul vinyl compilation.
It was offered in a different shade, but the 1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing returns after a three-year absence.
A new issue of the Mod magazine is incoming. So with that in mind, Claire Mahoney talks Detail magazine.
Yes, another book on The Who. This time A Band with Built-In Hate: The Who from Pop Art to Punk.