Now this looks like something special. Although details are still coming together for the Woodfall box set.
Last Friday saw the return of Chocolate Soup For Diabetics Volumes 1-5, which is back as a budget box set via the Particles label.
Have to say, Cherry Red is ripping it up when it comes to box sets right now, with Love, Poetry and Revolution on its Grapefruit Records offshoot looking like another gem.
The company reissues the shows on DVD and Blu-ray, so Network releasing cult 1960s TV soundtracks on heavyweight vinyl perhaps isn’t a big surprise.
We know a lot of you love mad British horror movies of the 60s and early 70s, so you'll be pleased to know that one of the maddest of all – The Fiend – is finally getting a UK DVD release. Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis, it's the tale of a […]
If it's cold outside, your mind might be straying towards the world of knitwear. If so, John Smedley has a fine selection as ever, including this John Smedley Continent long-sleeved polo shirt. A timeless design, the kind of thing that has done well for John Smedley for many years. And […]
We touched on it recently with the Fred Perry x Liberty floral shirt, but we haven't mentioned the wider Fred Perry British Collectables range, much of which is now available to buy online from Fred Perry and a few specialist retailers. Part of the Fred Perry Laurel Wreath Collection, the […]
A while back, some people mentioned they'd like to see more art on the site. Not the 'painting of scooters' or 'Twiggy on a canvas' kind of mass-produced art, but serious, collectible art from the midcentury era. Well, a rather convenient starting point has just returned – the This Is […]