Returning to the recording fold with a new album.
'You Can't Fool Me Dennis' is reportedly so-called after a leaked tape of Margaret Thatcher's...
In conversation with uncut about her album, Year Of Meteors.
The Cure, Nick Cave, Basement Jaxx and, er, Kasabian rock Uncut’s favourite Euro rock fest
Magnet returns this month with a haunting new tune, 'Hold On', and a new video.
Uncut rounds off a successful week of gigs tonight with The Earlies.
Uncut’s track by track guide to the new Rolling Stones album, 'A Bigger Bang'
A series of intimate gigs at the most appropriate address in London, The 100 Club on Oxford Street.
Friday 15 - Sunday 17 July, 2005.
Listen to the dauntingly impressive second album from the Manchester duo, in full, here.
Hear Uncut's pick of the best tracks from their Warners back-catalogue.
Line-up details of the Uncut stage at this weekend's festival.
Uncut catches up with Pixies main man on the release of his new record 'Honeycomb'.
Richmond Fontaine songwriter Willy Vlautin on the band’s new masterpiece, The Fitzgerald
Few figures have cast as big a shadow over rock’n’roll history as that of Bo Diddley.
Teenage Fanclub's guitarist and singer chats to Uncut from his Glasgow home.
Uncut catches up with everybody's favourite cartoon band on Dangermouse, Dennis Hopper and table...
Uncut speaks to Donovan on the 40th anniversary of his first single, 'Catch The Wind', released in...
"a running battle for a prize no one bothered to name: the greatest record ever made, or the...
Exclusive interview with Uncut about the new nine Inch Nails Album, the song he wrote for Johnny...
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Neil Young: back in the recording studio
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