Jodie has had an incredible few months releasing her debut Single “Pushover” followed by “Treat Me Better” Both tracks have received phenomenal reviews. “Pushover” especially has been the most talked about and when played by Renowed DJ Sean Chapman at the Brighton Mod Weekender it became an instant floorfiller. Sean Chapman tells us all about
Phantastic World Of Phigment: Down The Pop Art Rabbit Hole. Phigment is the alter ego of British artist/illustrator James Harris. Hailing from London, I chose the Phigment name in the early 2000s (long before it was nicked by the Californian wine makers!) to refer to ‘figment of the imagination’… but spelled in a way that
A phenomenal debut single from Jodie who describes herself as a 60s soul in a Millennials body. Jodie has a wide range of influences ranging from new wave, 60’s Soul and Motown. Her influences are definitely apparent throughout the song especially with Motown vibes and a soulful feel from the start. From the opening piano
A fast-paced, foot-tapping album, Come On Board with The Laynes. Behind the catchy melodic fusion of psychedelia, beat and 60’s Garage that drives the album, each track contains figurative and expressive lyrics, from beginning to end they entice you to come on board and listen over and over. One that stands out for me is
Mod Ghosts a first book by new author Andy Morling who grew up in a working class family in the Suffolk market town of Ipswich. This book resonated with me in so many ways, it is a detailed account from many people who grew up in urban Britain featuring first hand accounts from the people
“ Scrolling through Facebook and come across a video of a young lad singing and playing the guitar and sounding great performing some Beatles tracks. I had to find out more so went to his Facebook page and spent hours listening to him perform. I immediately needed to find out more about this young man.
Band Members: Vocals: Olivia Linley, Guitar: Dean Pinnegar, Bass: Martin Gove-Evans, Drums: Harry Bryan, Brass: William Staff, Sax: Oscar Pickerill Youthful, energetic six piece band from Nuneaton on a mission to revamp Ska & Reggae with their own unique twist. They have been creating a buzz in the midlands and adopting a massive fan base
The 48k’s got in touch with Mods Of Your Generation to help promote their debut album ‘Every Whisper Has a Voice’ once I heard the excellent story telling lyrics I happily obliged. It was a pleasure to listen too and another great opportunity to promote great music performed by a great band. Already the album