Black Sabbath Ultimate Music Guide

When Black Sabbath closed the final performance from their The End Tour, in Birmingham on February 4 last year, you could be forgiven for wondering whether that was really the…

Ultimate Music Guide: Yes

If the guiding principle of minimalism is ‘less is more’, then I guess in prog terms more is more. Allow me to unveil our special edition focussing on one of…

Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide: Fleetwood Mac

The last time Fleetwood Mac toured the UK, in 2015, the message they chose to share with us was togetherness. For a band whose history has been characterized by departures,…

Welcome, then, to the latest edition to the Uncut family. Following on from our survey of Glam – which is still available to buy here – the second instalment of…

The Ultimate Record Collection is your guide to the best music available new on vinyl… You can listen on the train or in the car, at the computer or on…

The latest Uncut Ultimate Music Guide is a suitably obsessive, acerbic tribute to the genius of Steely Dan. Within its glossy pages, you’ll find extensive new reviews of every single…

“Dearly beloved, we have gathered here today…”  In this latest edition of Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guide, we turn our attention to the mighty Prince. Our expert writers examine in depth…

As The Clash’s debut album celebrates its 40th anniversary, Uncut is proud to unveil a deluxe edition of the Ultimate Music Guide. Inside, we tell the complete story of the…

High time that we dedicated an edition of our Ultimate Music Guide to Bob Marley and The Wailers. The Uncut team have provided in-depth reviews of every one of Marley’s…

As Paul McCartney turns 75, Uncut is proud to unveil a deluxe edition of the Uncut Ultimate Music Guide to Paul McCartney. With a selection of articles rescued from the…

The Ultimate Music Guide to Joni Mitchell is the definitive overview of every stage of her complex, groundbreaking career. A battalion of Uncut writers have provided deep and illuminating reviews…

When Ray and Dave Davies performed together on stage for the first time in 20 years, playing “You Really Got Me” at Islington Assembly Hall in December 2015, it ignited…

Supper’s ready: here’s the main course… Uncut’s latest Ultimate Music Guide is an ambitious survey of the entire, brilliant career of Genesis – from prog shapeshifters to stadium gods. We’ve…

“Roll another number for the road…” Neil Young’s vigorous workrate can be hard for even the most obsessive fan to keep up with: since 2000 alone, he’s managed two autobiographies,…

“You’ll be hearing from me baby, long after I’m gone…” Leonard Cohen, rock’s poet laureate, is the subject of the latest edition of Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guides, a series of…

Following our first rewarding trip into the NME archives, The Best Of The 1970s is another essential collection of incredible stories from the back pages of Britain’s premier music paper.…

Fear. Mystery. Confusion. Awe. The magnetic strangeness of Bob Dylan has dominated our world for well over half a century, casting a long shadow over most everyone who has followed…

Gimme some truth! Uncut’s latest Ultimate Music Guide is a deluxe and upgraded edition dedicated to John Lennon. Thirty-six years on from his death, we’ve revisited the volatile and compelling…

The tales told by NME have become the stuff of legend. And in this first edition of our new series, The NME Interviews, you’ll find the very Best Of The…

As PJ Harvey ends another momentous year, Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guide to PJ Harvey provides a definitive guide to one of the most vital British artists of the past 25…