A common sight back in the 1970s, the Adidas Bamba trainers are less common now, so a reissue is nice to see.
Huge thanks to Paul Redhead for flagging up this gem of a vintage documentary – All Dressed Up and Going Nowhere.
Another fine selection from Spotify-master David Jackson, this time trawling the wonderful world of library music for KPM 100.
Neil Henderson meets Ian McLagan to talk to the ex-Small Face about the past and the present, as well as his current tour of the UK.
Just noticed this on eBay – an issue of The Observer magazine from 1979, with a feature on the mod revival of the day.
If you are (or were) a fan of the two tone movement, you might want to pick up a copy of Dance Craze by Garry Bushell, which is published by Acid Jazz and available now.
It’s incredibly difficult to review Quadrophenia as a movie in the modern era. Many of us have been brought up with it, been inspired by it and ultimately distanced ourselves from its movie simplistic view of what ‘Mod’ is. But try to take away any pre-conceptions you may have and […]
Penguin are celebrating 75 years of publishing with the Penguin Decades series. They've re-issued key novels from the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s which they claim 'helped shape modern Britain' and define the period they were released, throwing in some tasty new sleeves from iconic artists and designers for each […]