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TALES OF A TEENAGE MOD

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TALES OF A TEENAGE MOD

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Wednesday, 21 November 2018 11:32

Absolute Beginners

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Mod, or modernism is probably the most enduring and well documented of all of Britain’s sub-cultures. The golden ages of mod are largely dependent on age, taste and experience. For many, mod culture perfectly encapsulates the optimism of the swinging sixties.
Wednesday, 21 November 2018 10:36

The 3 Greatest Football Related Games Ever

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Football has had a long and interesting journey when it comes to its representation within the gaming landscape. Logic would dictate that as the years roll on, the increased processing speeds, better graphics and more immersive gameplay would mean objectively "better" games - but this hasn't always been the case.

Nina Bumbalkova’s was born in Prague in 1987. Nina has recently just released her debut Documentary Men in A Box, she works predominantly in photography, but also makes films. With her images, she aims to record an inside view of the city’s subcultures and urban spaces.

There is one thing that shines through when you meet Stone Foundation’s lead singer and that is his undying love for the music that this band from the Midlands are producing at this point in their career.

Wednesday, 07 November 2018 10:27

Last Night a Yogi Saved My Life...

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To share how I became a Yoga Instructor, I will start at the beginning, always the best place to start.

In November 1992 Romper Stomper was released, a film about a gang of Neo-Nazis skinheads, led by then rising star Russell Crowe as Hando, with Daniel Pollock as Davey, his right-hand man. With Cackles (Daniel Wyllie), Bubs (James McKenna), Champ (Eric Mueck) and a handful more making up the numbers in Hando’s gang. Yet the one man that Hando bows down to, as do the rest of the gang, is the older, more brutal and more organised Neo-Nazi skinhead, Magoo, (John Brumpton), a nickname given to him as he wears glasses.

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