Peckham Soul Club Patch
A new design from Craig that was inspired by the patches he’s collected from travelling too, and DJing at, various Northern Soul all-nighters all over the UK. These embroidered patches are also housed in a unique 45 rpm inspired packaging, complete with the highest quality sleeves and printed on thick textured card.
This is the first of Peckham Soul’s ‘London Music Maps’ - a series of patches and prints documenting the engaging social history of music in South London. Covering the musical landmarks of Peckham, Camberwell, Queens Road & Nunhead, it shows the SE15 recording home of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, the venue which played host to Desmond Dekker and I Roy, where early gigs by Joe Strummer, Ian Dury, Elvis Costello and The Who took place, and the street Mount Kimbie made their debut EP. This original graphic design illustrates both the unique diversity and scope of South East London's engaging music history.
LIMITED EDITION OF 250
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