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100 Club Fred Perry on sale

It seems like we jumped the gun a bit over the limited edition 100 Club Fred Perry polo shirt and gave out information we perhaps shouldn’t have done. The limited edition shirt was actually an exclusive for members of the company’s mailing list and was not intended for general sale […]

Ready, Steady, Go! exhibition

Opening on Saturday 13th May, Ready, Steady, Go! at Chelsea Space in London claims to be the first exhibition to explore the style, fashion, people and events associated with Italian designed scooters and their impact on British culture over the last 60 years. Ready, Steady, Go! examines the history of […]

Fred Perry 100 Club shirts

Here’s a nice item – that could be a collector’s piece of the future. Fred Perry has released a limited edition run of slim-fit Fred Perry polo shirts featuring the 100 Club logo. There’s very little else you can say  – everyone know what the top looks like, it’s an […]

Ready Steady Go documentary

If you’ve not much on for Valentines Night, don’t despair – there’s an interesting bit of radio that’s should brighten up your evening. Ready Steady Go! The Weekend Starts HereBBC Radio 2Tuesday 14th February 20:30-21:30"Sandie Shaw looks back at the show that changed the way music was presented on TV […]

Lambretta amphiscooter

Due to the number of enquiries we’ve had due to the mention of the Lambretta amphiscooter on Robert Elm’s Radio London show (I’ll take your word for it – I’m in Manchester!), I’ve decided to put up the specific link to save you all searching around for it. You can […]

BBC Ronnie Lane documentary

The Passing Show – The Life And Music Of Ronnie LaneFriday 6th January 9.00-10.15pm BBC FOUR (followed by Ronnie Lane at the BBC) Another tasty looking show from BBC4, this time on Ronnie Lane, bass player and songwriter extraordinaire of the Small Faces, charting his musical ups and downs, financial […]

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Original 60s gig posters by Colin Duffield

Modculture, in assocation with Bullet in Sheffield and artist Colin Duffield (referred to as “the pioneer of 60s poster art”) will soon offer for sale original live music posters from the Mojo Club in Sheffield featuring the biggest bands ever – including many mod favourites.