Rhoda Dakar’s ska-influenced version of “What A Wonderful World” is a fantastic, tribute to one of the most beloved songs of all time.
When it comes to Mod revival anthems, few tracks can compare to the legendary “Millions Like Us” by Purple Hearts. Released in 1979 its driving
This review is about the book “Mod Revival 1979” by Anthony Gregory, which provides a comprehensive and engaging analysis of the mod revival movement that emerged in the UK in the late 1970s. The book covers the music, fashion, and cultural context of the mod scene and includes first-hand accounts and interviews with key figures from the era. The review highlights the book’s strengths in research, writing, and illustration, and recommends it to readers interested in the history of British culture and music.
A review of My Generation, the debut album from British rock band The Who
Alan May & The Five Faces – On Our Way to Genoa Review: A Nostalgic and Infectious Mod Anthem “On Our Way to Genoa” by
The Glory Boy Mod Radio Show on 6 Towns Radio is a must-listen for anyone interested in the mod subculture. Hosted by Alan May, the
I wanted to ask Richard Searle a few questions, so I did. For those who don’t know, Richard was the bassist for the psych-punk band
Bruce Foxton and Russell Hastings team up once again to release their third album together ‘The Butterfly Effect’ out October 28th. Active from 1972-1982, The