Music Interviews

Interview: Josh Rouse

Uncut speaks to Josh Rouse about his fifth album, Nashville

Interview: The Mayors of Sunset Strip

Uncut catches up with Kim Fowley and Rodney Bingenheimer

Interview : Tori Amos

Interview : Tori AmosOn life as a worker bee, gay rights, the Bible and the making of her new album, 'The Beekeeper'

Interview : Michael Stipe

Interview : Michael StipeREM's frontman backstage in Basle on their European tour, 2004

Interview: Jimmy Webb

Interview: Jimmy WebbThe legendary writer of such all-time classics as "Wichita Lineman" and "By The Time I Get To...

Hear the alternative Blood On The Tracks

Hear the alternative Blood On The TracksDylan famously re-recorded much of 'Blood On The Tracks' shortly before the album was due for...

Interview: Jonathan Donahue

Interview: Jonathan DonahueMercury Rev's Jonathan Donahue talks migration and magic.

Interview: Siouxsie Sioux

Interview: Siouxsie SiouxShe was the First Lady of UK Punk who later became the Godmother of Goth.

Interview: Eric Clapton

Interview: Eric ClaptonThe legendary guitarist on his first musical steps and how the blues came to Surbiton.

Bob Dylan - Uncut January 2005 CDs

All thirty tracks from Uncut Take 92. Tracks that inspired and tracks inspired by Bob Dylan.

Interview: Patti Smith

Interview: Patti SmithPatti Smith takes time out to chat to Uncut about her recent recordings, being American in this...

Interview: Wreckless Eric

Uncut catches up with Eric Goulden. The man behind 1977's anthemic 'Whole Wide World', the 80's...

John Peel (1939-2004)

John Peel, the legendary BBC broadcaster, died at the age of 65 while holidaying in Peru with his...

Ed Hamell’s Letter From New York

Ed Hamell – aka one-man folk-punk-poet-rock’n’roll protest singer Hamell On Trial and Uncut’s man...

Interview: Bjork

Interview: BjorkWith her amazing new, mainly instrument-free, album Medulla about to come out, Sarah-Jane speaks to...

Road To Nowhere

From art-damaged garage to cosmic avant jitterfunk; a box set containing 54 tracks and 13 videos...

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Editor's Letter

A garage rock round-up: Ty Segall! Meatbodies! Wand! King Gizzard! Cool Ghouls!


By its very nature, garage rock can be a trashy, erratic business - inevitable given the unbridled spontaneity it privileges. One of the many amazing things about Ty Segall and the ever-expanding circle of artists around him, however, is how they've found a way of adding consistency to the...