Music Interviews

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...

Peter Gabriel: "You could feel the horror…"

Peter Gabriel: "You could feel the horror…"The current issue of Uncut features a review of the lavish reissue of Peter Gabriel’s...

Hallelujah! Leonard Cohen meets Uncut

Hallelujah! Leonard Cohen meets UncutThe current issue of Uncut (November 2012, Take 186) features a review of Leonard Cohen at London’s...

The Making Of… Public Image Ltd’s ‘Public Image’

The Making Of… Public Image Ltd’s ‘Public Image’Jah Wobble is in the new issue of Uncut (November 2012, Take 186), out now, talking about reuniting...

Life with Bob Dylan, 1989-2006

Life with Bob Dylan, 1989-2006“Have I ever played any song twice exactly the same?” “No, Bob, no.” “See? I don’t do that.” Bob...

Calexico – the scorched earth

Calexico – the scorched earthCalexico’s new album, Algiers, is reviewed in the current issue of Uncut (October 2012, Take 185...

Cat Power – Redemption Songs

Cat Power – Redemption SongsChan Marshall’s new album, Sun, is reviewed in the latest issue of Uncut (Take 185, October 2012...

Frank Zappa – Album By Album

Frank Zappa – Album By AlbumThe first set of Zappa’s mammoth series of reissues is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut, dated...

The curse of Lynyrd Skynyrd

The curse of Lynyrd SkynyrdGary Rossington, guitarist and sole survivor of the original Lynyrd Skynyrd lineup, is featured...

The end of The Clash – by Joe Strummer

The end of The Clash – by Joe StrummerThis month’s issue of Uncut (September 2012, Take 184) features Joe Strummer on the cover – inside...

John Fogerty’s guide to Creedence Clearwater Revival

John Fogerty’s guide to Creedence Clearwater RevivalJohn Fogerty’s show supporting Bruce Springsteen at London's Hyde Park is reviewed in the new issue...

The Flaming Lips – Album By Album

The Flaming Lips – Album By AlbumWayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips answers your questions in An Audience With… in this month's new...

The Making Of… MC5’s Kick Out The Jams

The Making Of… MC5’s Kick Out The JamsThe August 2012 issue of Uncut features the MC5’s guitarist, Wayne Kramer, telling the full, wild...

Neil Young On His ‘Greatest Hits’

Neil Young On His ‘Greatest Hits’Old Shakey graces the cover of the new issue of Uncut (dated August 2012), out now, shedding light...

Animal Collective – Carnival Of The Animals

Animal Collective – Carnival Of The AnimalsThe new issue of Uncut (Take 183, dated August 2012) features a ‘first listen’ to Animal Collective...

Mark Kozelek – Album By Album

Mark Kozelek – Album By AlbumSun Kil Moon’s excellent Among The Leaves is Uncut’s lead review in the new August 2012 issue, out...

An Audience With… Brett Anderson

An Audience With… Brett AndersonThis month’s issue of Uncut (dated July 2012) features Suede recalling the writing and recording of...

Dr John – Album By Album

Dr John – Album By AlbumThe pianist, singer and songwriter Mac Rebennack, known better as Dr John, faces your questions in...

The Making Of… The Beach Boys' 'Good Vibrations'

The Making Of… The Beach Boys' 'Good Vibrations'The reunited Beach Boys' return to the stage is reviewed in the latest issue of Uncut, out now –...

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Introducing… Elvis Costello: The Ultimate Music Guide


In June 1977, Allan Jones of the Melody Maker took a familiar route to the offices of Stiff Records in West London. His appointment, that day, was with a notably irascible young singer-songwriter from Hounslow. In the course of a frequently startling interview, the man who had chosen to call...