Music Interviews

Bruce Springsteen: "I think I just wanted to be great" – Part 3

Bruce Springsteen: "I think I just wanted to be great" – Part 3From Uncut's September 2002 issue: In one of the most revealing interviews of his career, Bruce...

Bruce Springsteen: "I think I just wanted to be great" – Part 2

Bruce Springsteen: "I think I just wanted to be great" – Part 2From Uncut's September 2002 issue: In one of the most revealing interviews of his career, Bruce...

Bruce Springsteen: "I think I just wanted to be great" – Part 1

Bruce Springsteen: "I think I just wanted to be great" – Part 1From Uncut's September 2002 issue: In one of the most revealing interviews of his career, Bruce...

ZZ Top – Album By Album

ZZ Top – Album By AlbumZZ Top’s new boxset, The Complete Studio Albums 1970-1990, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut (...

An Audience With… Ozzy Osbourne

An Audience With… Ozzy OsbourneBlack Sabbath’s new album, 13, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut (dated July 2013 and out now...

The Making Of… Richard Hell & The Voidoids’ Blank Generation

The Making Of… Richard Hell & The Voidoids’ Blank GenerationTelevision and Heartbreakers legend Richard Hell’s autobiography, I Dreamed I Was A Very Clean...

Queens Of The Stone Age: “You work first, then party later…”

Queens Of The Stone Age: “You work first, then party later…”Just before the release of 2007’s Era Vulgaris, Uncut’s Jaan Uhelzski headed out to California to...

Bon Iver: “Man, you can take yourself too seriously…”

Bon Iver: “Man, you can take yourself too seriously…”For this week’s archive feature, we delve back into Uncut’s July 2011 issue (Take 170) – just...

Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig – My Life In Music

Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig – My Life In MusicVampire Weekend’s new album, Modern Vampires Of The City, is out this week and reviewed in the...

Van Dyke Parks – Album By Album

Van Dyke Parks – Album By AlbumBest known for his work on The Beach Boys’ Smile, Parks is a student of serious music, whose...

The Making Of... The Waterboys’ The Whole Of The Moon

The Making Of... The Waterboys’ The Whole Of The MoonThis month’s issue of Uncut (June 2013) features The Waterboys discussing their mammoth new...

Jackson Browne – Album By Album

Jackson Browne – Album By AlbumJackson Browne features heavily in Uncut’s piece on the making of the Eagles’ Desperado – in the...

The Making Of… Derek And The Dominos’ Layla

The Making Of… Derek And The Dominos’ LaylaThe wild story of Cream is told in the current issue of Uncut (dated May 2013), out now, by Ginger...

Stand down, Margaret!

Stand down, Margaret!From Uncut, March 2009. 'Thirty years on from the beginning of Margaret Thatcher's reign of terror...

Iggy Pop – Album By Album

Iggy Pop – Album By AlbumIggy & The Stooges’ new album, Ready To Die, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut, dated May...

An Audience With… Graham Nash

An Audience With… Graham NashGraham Nash discusses the unique exhibition of his photography in the new issue of Uncut, dated May...

The Making Of… The Animals’ The House Of The Rising Sun

The Making Of… The Animals’ The House Of The Rising SunEric Burdon’s new album, ’Til Your River Runs Dry, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut, dated May...

An Audience With… Jeff Beck

An Audience With… Jeff BeckOriginal Yardbirds members Jim McCarty and Chris Dreja take us through their career in pictures in...

Bert Jansch: “I didn’t think in terms of career… I never have”

Bert Jansch: “I didn’t think in terms of career… I never have”Bert Jansch’s Acoustic Routes DVD is reviewed in the latest issue of Uncut (dated April 2013 and...

Bill Callahan – Album By Album

Bill Callahan – Album By AlbumWe look into the touching, awkward new film about Bill Callahan, Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour...

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Editor's Letter

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...