Did the Small Faces and The Who make or break the Mod scene? John Waters believes the latter.
The Brighton Mod Weekender returns over the Bank Holiday weekend of 22nd – 26th August 2019, with full details of the events found right here.
When the sunny weather breaks (as it has done here today), the 1960s t-shirts by Toerag at Etsy are definitely worth checking out. On the affordable side too.
Another general gallery, going by the name of 1980s Mod Bands.
Expect album reviews thick and fast this week, with today's review being the new Hipsters 2 compilation on Acid Jazz. Released on 13th June (but available to order now) on both CD and vinyl, it is the label's second collection of modern-day garage and mod bands. There's even room for […]
If you're in the mood for some vintage Jamaican sounds, the London International Ska Festival could be for you. Taking place at The Clapham Grand Theatre, St.Johns Hill, Clapham Junction in London, the dates are 21st-24th April 2011, with a mix of big-name DJs and of course, plenty of live […]
It's 2011, so no surprise to see the details of the Le Beat Bespoke 7 event being released. Taking place over the Easter weekend as ever, it's the usual mix of live music, clubs, all-night entertainment and shopping in the centre of London, the bands this year being headed up […]
If you happen to be in the area, Merc on Carnaby Steet has some decent bands playing instore gigs in the near future. All the gigs are on Friday nights and some of the names have been featured on this site previously in our new bands section. That includes Thee […]