Mod/Modernism is a movement which includes, but is not limited to, dressing sharp in 1960s-influenced attire, listening to mod/power-pop, ska, soul, jazz, and usually jetting about on Vespa or Lambretta scooters. The 1979 revival brought Mod into the spotlight, with The Jam at the helm.
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80s Mod Revival
A collection of 80s Mod Revival pictures from around the World.
All Our Yesterdays
Norwich Modernist's night out.
A Beat City Diary
Interviews and features with new and up-and-coming mod bands.
General mod scene site with restricted membership.
Bristol Mod Scooter Club
Active for well over 10 years with its roots firmly established in the true, Mod Scooter tradition.
Web site for Portsmouth 60s club night.
Jack That Cat Was Clean
Online Modernist Archive.
The Mod Club
Canadian local listings site.
The Mod Generation
Where mods of all generations get together to swap stories, share photos and videos, and keep up to date on the very latest mod events and sounds.
Wikipedia encyclopedia article.
A personal view point on the male mod style.
Provides essential information on all aspects of Mod culture.
News, views and reviews of all things Mod.
Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World
Modcasts celebrating the music of the mod lifestyle.
The New Untouchables
21st century underground modernist and sixties music culture.
A personal blog on living as a Mod in the 21st Century.
A multi-lingual guide to the mod world with detailed breakdown on history, music, fashion and scooters.
Scottish Mod Scene
This website contains information about Mods and their Scooters, Clothes, Music, Bands, Rallies, Clubs and Events,with a focus on the Scottish Mod Scene in particular.
An insight into the music and events of today's mod scene.
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