We had mentioned this on both of the Facebook and Twitter sites, but we had forgot to mention on this site that the Modculture forums are now open and ready for you to sign up to and use.
Ok, another popular discussion thread is back – what are you listening to?
Another popular topic in the old forums was about the printed word, specifically what are you reading? So it’s another discussion thread that is coming back.
Just a quick piece about the Modculture forums, not least because there have been a few comments about it posted here and there (some less than pleasant). This is the final word.
Ok, we’re going to try and bring back the What Are You Wearing thread, but without the forum – all you need to do is post up an image of yourself with a few words in the comments section.
Although I don’t publicise them as much as I did, the Modculture Forums do still exist and it is still a vibrant community.
Possibly a little too academic for some and certainly a little last minute. But unfortunately, I've only just got the details through for the Subcultures seminar in London.
I don't know how many of you happen to be in travelling distance of the SXSW Music Conference in Austin Texas, but if you are, check out the This Is Mod event. There are two strands to it, a panel discussion called This is Mod: How British Mod Culture Changed […]