The Afghan Whigs have performed in public for the first time since they split in 2001.


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The Hacienda's 30th anniversary has been celebrated with a rave in an underground car park.


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The new issue of Uncut, which hits shelves today, Tuesday (May 22), features Patti Smith, Alabama Shakes, Dr John, Neil Young and King Crimson.


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Garth Hudson has paid tribute to his late collaborator in The Band, Levon Helm, in the new issue of Uncut, out Tuesday (May 22), calling him “a true hero”.


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Dr John answers your questions in the new issue of Uncut, out on Tuesday (May 22).


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Patti Smith looks back over her whole career, and reveals the inspiration behind her new album Banga, in an unprecedentedly frank interview in the new issue of Uncut, out on Tuesday (May 22).


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The new Uncut (June 2012), out now, features Paul McCartney recalling the turmoil around the making of 1971’s Ram – the album that led to him forming another band. So what better time to reprint this exclusive interview (from Uncut’s June 2007 issue) with the Beatles legend, recalling his controversial time as leader of Wings? “It was a strange period,” he admits… Interview by David Cavanagh

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Uncut have launched a new iPad app which tells the complete story of one of the greatest rock’n’roll icons of all time, Bruce Springsteen.


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What better way to kick off the final night of Club Uncut at The Great Escape than with a Brooklyn bar band – or indeed, a bar solo artist, the wily R'n'B raconteur Hans Chew.


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The weather has turned out glorious in Brighton on the second day of The Great Escape – but Friday's bill at Club Uncut is of a decidely darker bent.


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White Fence, OOIOO, Ty Segall, other stuff...


One of the many privileges and occasional disorientations of working for a monthly music mag is that we hear some music so far ahead of release that it can be easy to forget when the albums actually come out. So while the world of Ty Segall-related projects might have moved on...