We mentioned this a while back, but the original article went walkabout in the site move. Anyway, with the book about to be released, it’s worth mentioning The A to Z of Mod book by Paolo Hewitt and Mark Baxter again.
If you are a fan of Brutus, you might want to check out the three recent Brutus Trimfit shirt designs , all of which are on the site right now.
Not long ago, we featured one classic reissue in the form of the Gazelle OG in black. Now here’s another, the Adidas Samba trainers in white.
The Primitives, remember them? I’m guessing you at least remember Crash if nothing else. Well, the band are back, with an album of obscure ’60s covers called Echoes and Rhymes.
This is a bit confusing. We saw a Small Faces website launch in the UK, but now there’s a worldwide Immediate Records site. But with more Small Faces.
This is going to be biggest playlist to date – but so far, there’s ‘only’ two hours of Mod Club.
I’ve seen this online for some time, but details have been non-existent. So thanks to Jason Brummell for flagging up a proper listing of MOD: The Rise and Reign of British Youth Culture by Richard Weight.
Think classic Adidas and you probably think of the Gazelle. Think classic classic colourway and you probably think of something like the Adidas Gazelle OG trainers in black and white.