A recent broadsheet article (in The Guardian specifically) claims mod bands today aren’t very good. But do they actually exist? Or is it a case of mods finding bands that suit their musical tastes?
Huge thanks to Gabriela Giacoman for the assistance in putting together a mod-friendly guide to the city of Paris.
We flagged up a gig by The Chords recently, which was the first instalment of Jump & Dance – A Celebration of Mod, Garage and Punk 1964 – 1979 at the Rhythm Factory in London.
Just got full details in of the new Paul Weller album, as well as initial gigs to support it.
Not until June, but advance warning of the forthcoming A Little Mixed Up alldayer. This time, the event from the Double Breasted fanzine folk works its way south from Scotland down to London, taking place on 18th June 2011 and offering a mix of Scottish mod bands (who don't play […]
Looks like The Specials reunion is more permanent than initially anticipated, with the dates now in place for a European tour for September and October 2011, with a final London date at the Alexandra Palace scheduled for November. It sounds a long time off, but tickets actually go on sale […]
If you didn't know already, Ronnie Spector is in the UK soon for some shows, probably with a Christmas twist. Why? Well, because the ex-Ronette (and ex-Mrs Spector) has a Christmas record out around the same time called Ronnie's Spector's Best Christmas Ever and of course, it's nearly Christmas. Oh […]
Ok, here's the thing. I keep getting emails from various promoters saying they have The Chords on. So rather than keep posting those up individually (and because I know it's not something that necessarily appeals to everyone), here are all the tour dates, so you can pick one the one […]