David Dry looks back to his youth in 60s London, and on buying his first scooter, a secondhand Vespa GS 150. Things didn’t go quite as expected…
Claire Mahoney talks to Owen Harvey on the eve of his Mod UK exhibition at the Subculture Archives in Carnaby Street, London.
The latest in this (fairly) long-running series from Outta Sight is The Flamingo Club – London’s Original All-Nighter. It’s available to pre-order now.
Another week, another piece of mod fiction. Weekend Dancer by Talcott Levy is certainly part of a rapidly growing industry.
This is likely to to be in short supply compared to demand, so make sure you get up early when the Adidas Originals Gazelle GTX London trainers head to Size? online.
We mentioned a Brighton showcase recently, but that has now moved onto London for the Odds & Sods photo exhibition.
The Who: In The City – Every Show, Every London Venue Played 1963 – 2016 by Ian Snowball (New Haven Publishing)
Well, Ian Snowball is certainly prolific. Not content with producing Keith Moon: There Is No Substitute, he has now got The Who: In The City ready for launch too.
We have mentioned the book before, but if you want a signed copy, get yourself over to the Photographers’ Gallery in London tomorrow (25th June 2016), where Paul Hallam will be signing his Odds & Sods book.