Sniffin’ Glue: One Year Publishing, 39 Years of Iconic Status

Are we really celebrating the 40th anniversary of a magazine that lasted just one single year? Yes, yes we are, because it was still influential.¬†Sniffin’ Glue and Other Rock ‘n’ Roll Habits…, to give it its full name, made its debut in the world on this week 40 years ago. Initially the punk music fanzine only sold about 50 copies … Continue reading

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Summer’s Necessities: Festival Essentials Returns!

With the great weather and Summer here, it can only mean one thing – time for festivals! Pump up your summer with the sounds of great music from thousands of artists who’ll be taking to the stage across the UK (and the world!) over the next few months – and do it with a range of great hats, bags & … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday John Bonham – On His 68th

Today marks what would’ve been John Bonham‘s 68th birthday. Considered one of the greatest drummers in the rock industry, his fast paced and powerful drumming served to create the iconic sound we all know and love from Led Zeppelin, but Bonham never actually had any professional drumming lessons. Instead, he learned by himself with tips and help from other drummers … Continue reading

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Great Scott! Going Back To The Future… Again!

It wasn’t that long ago that we celebrated the day Marty McFly and the Doc came to the year 2015… and it wasn’t quite what we were expecting. However, this time we’re looking back to when Marty went to 1955, and the Enchantment Under The Sea dance, held at Hill Valley High School in the fictional town of Hill Valley, … Continue reading

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Enjoy House Every Weekend…

…and weekdays too, with one of our great new designs:¬†Enjoy House Music! House music has been around for over three decades, with its origins beginning in Chicago in the early 80’s. It didn’t take long for its popularity to grow – by the end of the decade, there were already tracks hitting #1 in the UK, such as Black Box’s … Continue reading

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Some of Your Favourite Designs, Now With Sweatshirts!

Fancy being a little different this winter? Recently, we added sweatshirts to our range of clothing available in store. Now, some of your most favourite designs are available for those who want the long-armed warmth during the colder months ahead! A classic in store is Damon Albarn’s British Rail t-shirt – the Blur and Gorillaz lead singer wore this in … Continue reading

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Corporate Magazines Still Suck – But These New Designs Don’t!

It’s always best to keep checking out the latest in store as more and more designs arrive, from the world of music, gaming, plus funny designs and much more! For those who love our “As Worn By” range, there’s more fantastic products that have arrived courtesy of Nirvana and Motorhead! When they started gaining notoriety in the early 90’s, Nirvana … Continue reading

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Sit On It! Make Your Home Unique With New Cushion Range

You already know that here, you can find great T-Shirts and Hoodies full of Retro Music, Cars, TV & Film, Sports and many more designs, but now we’re taking it another step further. We’ve seen some of your favourite designs, and making them available on cushions! Now, you can make your house unique – no more needing to be normal! … Continue reading

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Some Might Say: The Best Britpop Band Ever!

The important debate that will probably never die: Which Britpop band was better – Oasis or Blur? We’ve already looked at – and discussed – the latter of those two earlier this year when they released “The Magic Whip” back in April. But today, on Liam Gallagher’s 43rd Birthday, we look at the Mancunian group Oasis. Formed in 1991, the … Continue reading

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When Debbie Met Music Stardom – Blondie Make Their Mark

So it’s now been 38 years since Blondie signed their first major record label deal with Chrysalis Records, on the 1st September 1977. It all started for the group when Debbie Harry and Chris Stein founded the band in 1974. Considered one of the pioneers of American New Wave and Punk of the mid-late 70’s, they remained a somewhat “underground” … Continue reading

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