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Time Out Soho special

The latest issue of Time Out London magazine (January 18-25 2006 – no. 1848) features a fantastic Soho special. There are lots of great vintage photos from the 50s and 60s including a great one of original Soho jazz modernist Ronnie Scott outside "the old place" in Gerrard Street in […]

Book sales are back!

Well, after a bit of tinkering with the scripts and trying to work out what stock has sold or not, the book sales section has returned. Take your pick from a selection of mod, 60s, vintage books at the following page:https://www.modculture.co.uk/book_sales/ Needless to say, much more stock will be filtered […]

New Tootals for sale online

We told you previously about the new Tootal scarves, which have been re-made using (we are told) original patterns and have started to appear in some of the smarter shops (Harvey Nichols for example). Now we’ve found them for sale online at ASOS.com – which we believe is the only […]

The Lost 45s news

Leeds’ (and one of Britain’s) finest mod combos, The Losts 45s, are busy with gigs and a new album in the coming weeks. A few dates for your diary are listed below. If you’ve never heard the band, you can listen to some part and full tracks at:http://www.thelost45suk.co.uk/ 26th January […]

Modculture radio?

Been talking on the forums about this for a while, but I thought I’d reach out and see what is out there in terms of experience for a Modculture radio station. The idea is to look at a 24 hour station of streaming music that appeals to a mod audience. […]

Gene Drayton Unit news

London’s hippest Hammond-n-Horns Mod-Soul Groove Combo, the Gene Drayton Unit, have announced some gigs in London, with details of visits further north to come. London – Friday Jan 27thSouth London Pacific, 340 Kennington Road, London SE11. Tube – Kennington or Oval.Catch the GDU in a small intimate club environment at […]

Lady Luck newsflash

LADY LUCK has it’s final chapter at the Millenium Club this Friday the 20th January 2006. Live music from Sunnie Dae and her Hot Cats – crunching blues and jazz, you dig.