Tuesday, 12 April 2016 17:46

‘All or Nothing ‘ Musical Reviewed

Mod radio has had the privilege and honour of being a part of the long awaited ‘All or Nothing’ musical based on the, strive for success by the mighty Small Faces band.
Published in Music
Thursday, 07 April 2016 11:58

The New (Old) Modernists of London Town

Youth cults, eh. Been there, done it, bought the Armani tee-shirt and all that.
Published in Culture
Trying to define a subculture in an entertaining and descriptive way without sounding like a professor of Sociology is a hard task.
Published in Culture
Putting together a book on Modernism seems to be the thing to do at the moment, with varying degrees of success.
Published in Culture
A crowd of us attended the 5th National Jazz and Blues Festival, at the Richmond Athletic Grounds on August 7th 1965.
Published in Culture
I grew up in southeast London and my family lived in Barnfield Gardens, a council estate in Plumstead that had a notorious reputation.
Published in Culture
Garry Bushell's 2012 publication "Time for Action" is a collection of reviews, articles and interviews penned by the author based on his coverage of the Mod Revival (or Renewal as Bushell called it) for the rock press between 1978-81.
Published in Culture
Crafty Cigarette is the powerful story of a teenager coming of age in the 70s, as seen through his eyes, who, on the on the cusp of adulthood discovers a band that is new to him, The Jam, which leads him into becoming a Mod.
Published in Culture
Sunday, 20 September 2015 14:38

Living Famously Keith Moon



Changing the face of rock drumming, Keith Moon exploded (quite literally) into the drumming world, finally bringing drumming to the forefront of the band. Like his style or not, his crazy antics paved the way for modern rock drumming.
Published in Video of the Week

ZANI and are getting a few bands together, to play some cracking live music to celebrate the official Countdown release of ZANI editor Matteo Sedazzari's debut novel A Crafty Cigarette, Tales of A Teenage Mod.
Published in Culture
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