Neale Hobday looks back at his formative years as a mod in Essex.
Remember last month, we told you about Scootitude magazine? Well, a new copy is out, with plenty of mod interest in the new issue too. The downside obviously is that this is a French magazine (unless you speak French of course), but there's plenty of interesting images and a new […]
Cheers to Spectre off the forums for finding this interesting TV show from 1979 – the London Weekend Show. Presumably a 'yoof' show from the era, this particular episode focuses on the run-up to the launch of the Quadrophenia movie and the mod scene developing at the time. Certainly some […]
Ok, here's the thing. I keep getting emails from various promoters saying they have The Chords on. So rather than keep posting those up individually (and because I know it's not something that necessarily appeals to everyone), here are all the tour dates, so you can pick one the one […]
As we've mentioned previously, The Chords have reformed and are playing some gigs – including one in Sheffield. The date for your diary is August 26th, with The Chords being supported by The Killermeters and The Universal at The Leadmill in the centre of Sheffield. Tickets are £15 and doors […]
I know we've featured this before, but I also know a number of you are still looking for a copy, so I'm glad to flag up any cheap copies of the Quadrophenia novel by Alan Fletcher – like this one. Long out of print (probably not been printed since its […]
A new book review online, specifically for the book Stark Raving Mod! Written by Ariana Klepac and Winston Posters, the book is a history of the Australian mod scene during the 'revival' years of 1979 – 1986, the work of Ariana Klepac and Winston Posters and now available to buy […]
If you're a fan of revival bands or just live music, you might want to get yourself to Midsummer Modness 2010, which takes place at the Sound Bar in Birmingham. Taking place on the 17th July 2010 from midday to 4am, the event features the likes of The Purple hearts, […]