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50 years ago the nation was shocked by violence which accompanied our first true youth culture. One man at the notorious Brighton brawl looks back on the chaos The bank holiday began with tourists flocking to the coast but ended with

Mods Vs Rockers! Best friends mark 1964 clash that became part of Sixties folklore and inspired iconic film Quadrophenia John Pedrick and Adrian Tincknell headed to Brighton for anniversaryThey were part of the bloody seafront battle in in Brighton in 1964More

Lesbian Punk Girls Brixton in the ’80s was home to a group of radical lesbians who mixed sexual politics with squat culture. Meet the group calling themselves the ‘Rebel Dykes’ In the early 1980s, young gay women, many still teenagers, gravitated to

Todd Youth (Warzone, Murphy’s Law, etc) reportedly passed away by Andrew Sacher October 27, 2018 2:25 PM Todd Youth passes away, a huge loss to the Punk Rock community worldwide NYHC legend Todd Youth, who played in Agnostic Front, Warzone, Murphy’s Law, D

Wimbledon tennis champion Fred Perry Mod lad London At far-right rallies across the U.S., an English tennis champion named Fred Perry hovers, invisible to the men unwittingly representing him. For the last two years, members of the Proud Boys cult of masculinity

The Miyuki-zoku: Japan’s First Ivy Rebels The first Japanese to adopt elements of the Ivy League Look were a youth tribe called the Miyuki-zoku, who suddenly appeared in the summer of 1964. The group’s name came from their storefront loitering on

The trouble caused by mods and rockers in May 1964 Bank holidays in Brighton tended to be busy, jolly affairs in which thousands of Londoners flocked to the sea and sunshine. All that changed in 1964 during the Whitsun bank holiday when