There is a lot of Mod fiction around right now, with Seven Day Fool by Jason Disley being one of the more interesting reads.
Neil Henderson looks back at the Blues And Gospel Train in 1964 when some of the biggest names in blues played a disused railway station in Manchester in front of a local TV film crew.
Wasn’t going to feature this until I’d finished the review, but with Christmas approaching, thought it best to flag up Seven Day Fool by Jason Disley now.
These albums aren’t connected to the Scene Club and Twisted Wheel CD releases on Charly from 2013, But obviously the inspiration is the same for The Scene Club and the Twisted Wheel limited edition vinyl from Outta Sight.
You have to get your name in the draw, but you could get free tickets to the Northern Soul movie plus a Q&A with director Elaine Constantine in Manchester.
We stuck the teaser image for this on our Facebook site recently and the reaction was what you might describe as ‘polarised’. Now the full Fred Perry x Twisted Wheel collection has been revealed and we suspect the reaction will be largely similar.
Michael Bennett gives us the lowdown on DC Bespoke, the mod-friendly bespoke shirtmaker, based just outside the centre of Manchester.
I’ve watched The White Bus in full twice this week and you know what? I still haven’t a clue what it’s actually about. Not that it matters, this mini movie is a joy on the eye and well worth 40 or so minutes of your time.