Guide to the Popcorn Look

Follow The Sir’s Corner tips to look flawless when going to a Popcorn night or just digging for some records. With its elusive nature and mass-public appeal Popcorn has never had a specific dresscode despite having many traits which could define the scene a subculture. Since the UK mod scene and soul lovers started to…

Do the Popcorn- How Belgium Saved Black Music Part 3: The Style

Music and clothes have always been linked in subcultural scenes, but Popcorn, with its elusive essence and down-to-earth simplicity, can bring tailored suits and ’80s synthetic tracksuits on the same dancefloor. Before 2000-2004 few had heard about popcorn outside Belgium. The work of labels such as Mojo Records (US) and Soulful Torino (IT) and club…

The Sir’s Corner Radio #23 Playlist

THE SIR’S CORNER RADIO #23 PLAYLIST: ~ Intro: The Mohawks- Beat Me ‘Till I’m Blue (1968, Pama) ~ Joe Cuba Sextet- Bang Bang (Tico, 1965) ~ Jerry O- Karate-Boo-Ga-Loo (1966, Shout) ~ Leonard Nimoy- Music to Watch Space Girls By (1967, Dot records) ~ The Underground Set- Arcipelago (1970, Radio Records) ~ The Free Pop…

The Sir’s Corner Radio #22

THE SIR’S CORNER RADIO #22 PLAYLIST: ~ Intro: The Mohawks- Beat Me ‘Till I’m Blue (1968, Pama) ~ Buddy Holly- Well… All Right (1958, Coral) ~ Group Axis- Not Fade Away (1969, Atco) ~ The Todds- I Want Her Back (1967, Toddlin’ Town Records) ~ The Third Bardo- I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time…