I know not everyone gets along with a t-shirt, but with a mini heatwave round the corner, it might not be a bad idea to have one or two to hand. There are more than that number at Ace Records, which has just boosted its range with these Kent label […]
The issue is a bit average, but the new Mojo magazine has a decent cover CD – The Roots of the Rolling Stones.
For me, one of the strongest series on Ace Records – the Mod Jazz series that is. And that series will be added to next week with Mod Jazz Forever.
Just in time for your Christmas list is the first Jukebox Jam! album, which is released by Jazzman records.
Not strictly mod, but certainly of mod interest is the new Andy Smith album on BGP, going by the name of Jam Up Twist. As you can see by the cover, it's a mix of 50s blues, northern soul, ska and rockabilly grooves, based around Smith's monthly night that takes […]
If you order regularly from Ace Records, you might well have the Ace Records Catalogue 2011. If not, you can download one for free. Just go to the Ace Records website and you'll get all the soul, jazz, blues funk, beat, garage and more as a download. Or rather, a […]
You can probably see the details from the flyer, but if you can't, Hip City! returns to London on Saturday 21st May. It takes place at Balls Brothers, 158 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 4LN, running from 8pm – 2am, entry being £6. Pay that and you'll hear 60s soul, R&B, blues, […]
It's out to buy this week on CD, with the vinyl copies of the Rare Mod Volume 3 album available from next week. So the perfect time to review the Rare Mod volume 3 album on Acid Jazz, which we have. The latest 'Nuggets' of the 60s mod scene offers […]