Mark Baxter gives us an insight into this amazing book, which features exclusive interviews, memories, rare photographs and contributions from some famous sixties icons...
Rare footage of The High Numbers filmed by Stamp and Lambert at the Railway Hotel, 1964.
Original mods enjoying a Butlins weekender in Pwllheli, 1965. From L-R: Terry, Aidie, B.P & Mac.
Well-known author Matteo Sedazzari introduces us to his novel A Crafty Cigarette, Tales of a Teenage Mod with a foreword by Punk legend and Manchester Poet John Cooper Clarke.
We take a look into how it all began and the subcultures who adopted the iconic Laurel Wreath logo as their own along the way.
We meet with the Founder of Griffiths Clothing, Lewis Griffiths who chats to us about what influences and drives him, his pet hates and what's in store for the future...
A rare photo of school friends from 1982.
Songs From Another Life is the new album from Terry Shaughnessy.
Emma Rosa Dias’s stylish and atmospheric short film The Devil is an insight into the style, music and lifestyle influences of the Mod subculture from the 60s, 80s and the 21st century.
Now you can wear clothing designed by the very person at the forefront of the modernistic movement as Paul Weller has his own clothing label.