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Mod today means many things to many people. To those of us in the Uppers organization, it amounts to a striving for the best - in fashion, in music, in life - in everything. That's what we like, that's what we write about - and that's what you'll find on this site.

[Music:Expose]

The Q release debut ep

“Issues” is the debut EP from The Q, a mod revival band from Gloucestershire UK.
[Music:Expose]

Spotlight on The Perceptions

A long harboured dream comes true for ex-JTQ members. Read on!
[Music:Expose]

Trummor & Orgel feat Magnus Carlson - Somebody stole my thunder

Brand new, good for you! Investigate!
[Music:Expose]

Die Profis: Neue Sensationen und alte Geheimnisse CD

Die Profis came from Düsseldorf and released an album back in 1982. Now it's finally available on cd. Read on.
[Music:Reviews]

Various Artists - The Godfather's R&B (BGP)

Mike Travis checks out the early production work of James Brown
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From our vault
Some articles you might have overlooked
[Music:Reviews]

Outrageous Cherry - Out there in the dark (Poptones)

Imagine Subway Sect produced by an agitated Phil Spector, armed to the teeth with tambourines
[Music:Reviews]

The Royal Purple - Transcendental Medication CD (Umbrella FUM 006)

The third installment of the yearly release by the 60's influenced New Jersey, USA studio only combo.
[Music:Tributes]

Ain't gon' be no damn sermon tonight: Jimmy Smith, Dec. 8 1925 - Feb. 8 2005

The Uppers organization mourns the passing of a B3 hero, an influence on damn near anybody who has ever touched a Hammond organ since his start with Blue Note in 1956. By Brian Poust.
[Music:Reviews]

Small Faces - Ogden's Nut Gone Flake (Castle Communications re-issue)

Music Jamie Rave heartily recommends you listen to.
[Music:Playlists]

Roger Hill @ Uptight, Tunbridge Wells, 14th of May 2005

A sample of what's being played at Uptight. Northern favourites, rare soul stormers, Tamla treats, 6Ts R&B movers and some funk.