So here it is. 20 years after the site first launched, a new version of the Modculture website is now in place.
It’s that time of year again. I’ve checked the figures, added them up and worked out A Year In Mod: 20 most popular posts of 2018.
Years after our last chat, Claire Mahoney carried out a second interview with Steve Ellis to talk past, present and his new Boom! Bang! Twang! album with Paul Weller.
There is a rare chance to catch the Swinging London documentary Three Swings on a Pendulum on BBC iPlayer right now.
Get an awful lot of enquiries about mod barbers to the site. Which is perhaps where the Barber’s Point images by Ian Davies will come in.
We don’t advertise it widely, so if you’ve missed out on the news that the Modculture forums are back, let us point you in the direction of it.
Mark Raison reviews Mod: A Very British Style by Richard Weight, the lengthy and much talked-about study of Mod and its influence in subsequent years.
We had mentioned this on both of the Facebook and Twitter sites, but we had forgot to mention on this site that the Modculture forums are now open and ready for you to sign up to and use.