Music Interviews

Fleetwood Mac: 'Everybody was pretty weirded out' – the story of Rumours

Fleetwood Mac: 'Everybody was pretty weirded out' – the story of RumoursIn this archive feature from Uncut's May 2003 issue (Take 72), rock's greatest living soap opera...

An Audience With... Julian Cope

An Audience With... Julian CopeThe deluxe reissue of Saint Julian is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut, dated March 2013, and out...

Emmylou Harris – Album By Album

Emmylou Harris – Album By AlbumThis month’s Uncut (dated February 2013) features the story behind Gram Parsons’ landmark solo...

An Audience With… Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy

An Audience With… Wilco’s Jeff TweedyWilco frontman Jeff Tweedy discusses his band’s upcoming new album in the current issue of Uncut (...

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 4

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 4As Bowie returns with a new album, The Next Day, it seems fitting to delve back into the Uncut...

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 3

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 3As Bowie returns with a new album, The Next Day, it seems fitting to delve back into the Uncut...

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 2

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 2As Bowie returns with a new album, The Next Day, it seems fitting to delve back into the Uncut...

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 1

David Bowie: "I'm hungry for reality!" – Part 1As Bowie returns with a new album, The Next Day, it seems fitting to delve back into the Uncut...

The Making Of David Bowie's 'Starman'

The Making Of David Bowie's 'Starman'This week saw Bowie's surprise return, and the publication of an in-depth piece on Mick Ronson in...

Kraftwerk – Album By Album

Kraftwerk – Album By AlbumFormer Kraftwerk percussionist Karl Bartos features in the new issue of Uncut (February 2013, Take...

The Making Of… Roxy Music's 'Street Life'

The Making Of… Roxy Music's 'Street Life'Bryan Ferry answers your questions in An Audience With… in the new issue of Uncut (dated January...

Roger Daltrey's track-by-track guide to The Who's greatest hits

Roger Daltrey's track-by-track guide to The Who's greatest hitsThe Who's grand performance of Quadrophenia in Duluth, Georgia, is reviewed in the new issue of...

Eric Clapton on Cream: "I was in a confrontational situation 24 hours a day…"

Eric Clapton on Cream: "I was in a confrontational situation 24 hours a day…"The director of a new film profiling Ginger Baker is interviewed in the new issue of Uncut (dated...

Neil Young: “I’m not ready to go yet”

Neil Young: “I’m not ready to go yet”In celebration of Neil Young’s triple appearance in our review of 2012 (Americana and Psychedelic...

Sufjan Stevens – a Christmas Q&A

Sufjan Stevens – a Christmas Q&ASufjan Stevens' new Christmas compilation, Silver & Gold: Songs For Christmas, Vols. 6-10, is...

Brian Wilson – Album By Album

Brian Wilson – Album By AlbumThe reunited Beach Boys' new concert DVD is reviewed in the latest issue of Uncut (dated January...

Paul Weller: “Success does strange things to people”

Paul Weller: “Success does strange things to people”The deluxe reissue of The Jam’s final album, The Gift, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut (...

The Rolling Stones: “We ain't acting”

The Rolling Stones: “We ain't acting”The Stones’ new compilation, GRRR!, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut (December 2012, Take 187...

Brian Eno – the doctor will see you now

Brian Eno – the doctor will see you nowEno’s sublime new album, Lux, is reviewed in the current issue of Uncut (December 2012, Take 187...

Jimmy Page: “Forget the myths”

Jimmy Page: “Forget the myths”Led Zeppelin’s DVD of their O2 reunion show, Celebration Day, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut...

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Editor's Letter

The 35th Uncut Playlist Of 2014


Weird serendipities aplenty this week: versions of "O, Death" on two albums I downloaded one after another, by Mike & Cara Gangloff and Bessie Jones; dovetailing into Sea Island overlap between Jones and Loscil. It makes for a nice blurring between time and genre with, say, the Gangloffs...