I’m guessing you know all about Keith Moon: There is No Substitute by Ian Snowball by now, but if you don’t, please check out our article on it. If you want to get your hands on one first, you can always get yourself down to the official book launch.
Always good to see something Graham Day-related on the shelves. In fact, even better when it’s a long player. That’s The Girl In The Glass Case by The Senior Service.
Thanks to Dave Edwards for flagging this up, The Chords DVD launch at The Rhythm Factory, London, which takes place this Thursday, 14th June.
If you happen to be in London, a free event is well worth making time for – The Method single launch event.
Not as interesting as perhaps the title suggests, the Modernist Magazine is primarily about modernism in the design and architecture sense. Although the opening issue does contain a feature about mods too. The magazine is the work of the Manchester Modernist Society, which organise events and talks around midcentury and […]
More of a relaunch than a launch, as The Small Faces – The Young Mods Forgotten Story by Paolo Hewitt has been out before. But regardless of that, there's a launch party taking place in London next month. Specifically, the revised edition of the book gets an official premiere on […]