I flagged this up when it first appeared on pre-sale, which was actually before it has even been written. Fast forward to now and Mods: A Way of Life by Patrick Potter is about to hit the shelves.
Thanks to Adrian for tipping me off about the Mods features in The Chap magazine.
It might be over for another year, but you can relive Brighton Mod Weekender 2016 thanks to some wonderful photography by Chris Wild.
Some of you might have read the previous book by Sam Knee, which was A Scene In Between, which covered the 1960s-inspired indie scene of the 1980s. The Bag I’m In – Underground Music and Fashion in Britain, 1960 – 1990 looks set to be a more far-reaching look at […]
There’s a very interesting story behind this new book from The Ice Plant, which is simply titled Found: The Rolling Stones.
Our inbox has been pretty busy with photos of the recent Brighton Mod Weekender 2013 , including a large selection from Jon Neil.
We should have a few batches of these featuring on the site, but for now, here is the first selection of images from the recent Brighton Mod Weekender 2013. All photos are courtesy of Jade Bolton (aka @jlbolt1 on Twitter) and obviously shouldn’t be reproduced without permission.
Yes, another mod photo project, but Mod UK by Owen Harvey takes a slightly different tact than some others we have featured in the past.