Not sure it’s t-shirt weather right now, but if you are willing to brave it (and wear t-shirts), then you might want to check out these official Studio One label t-shirts.
Was doing a bit of random browsing earlier and spotted this official Trojan Records t-shirt. So as it’s going to be a hot one this weekend and beyond, I’m flagging it up.
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 […]
If you are on the hunt for a 1960s-style dress, you might want to take a look at the range on offer at Mademoiselle YeYe.
Not really huge on interior design on this site (see the Retro To Go site for that), but to be honest, we really couldn't let The Mod Scene cushions by Michelle Mason pass us buy. They're impressive.
You may or may not know that the people behind the Double Breasted fanzine have a record label – with Two Cat Records focusing on good 'ol fashioned vinyl.
It’s got the name Steve Barrow attached to it (as interviewed by this site in the past), so we can assume that The Cover Art of Studio One Records, a new book on Soul Jazz, is well worth checking out.
I keep saying I’m not updating the site until the new one goes live, but then I see things that perhaps are worthy of a news story a little sooner than that. Like The Story Of Trojan Records box set.