Avant-electro types dazzled by mirrorballs
Final offering from da bruddas past their gabba-gabba heyday
Moody and fascinating European orchestral jazz
Eighth album from rap renegades is a 21-track jumble of new tracks, live performances and fan...
It's the 20th anniversary—already—of the groundbreaking TV pop show where enigmatic...
Another day, another Bond movie. Forgive me if I can't get worked up about the McConcept, although...
Danny Boyle's arty horror flick started brilliantly, ended badly, and was scored by a fast-rising...
The producers of 8 Mile expect it to do for hip hop what The Blackboard Jungle did for rock'n'roll...
Noise, basically. Catalogue number 666
Seven-track mini album from UK alt.country act
Promising, optimistic debut from 21st-century Prefab Sprout
Ring in the new year with the best in ringing guitars from the USA
Medway-raised ramalama from onetime '80s cult heroes
Hard-country survivor soldiers on with his 12th studio album
Home-grown hip hop which is proud of its origins
Return of drum'n'bass, weirdly
Fine Australian guitar sketches
Monkey man sends out mixed messages
Strong debut from sensitive Lancashire singer-songwriter, with Boo Hewerdine providing the backing
Electronic siren songs
Neil Young, Jimmy Page, Kate Bush, AC/DC and our ultimate review of 2014 all feature in the new issue of Uncut, out tomorrow (November 25).
In the cover story, we look at Neil Young's productive, strange and compelling year - with help from his close compadres Graham Nash, Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro and the late Rick Rosas.
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Jimmy Page: “My greatest non-Zeppelin achievement? Doing the Olympics with Leona Lewis”
Joni Mitchell on Bob Dylan: "I am much more original musically"
Inside The New Uncut… The Best Albums Of 2014!
The War On Drugs' Lost In The Dream named Uncut's Album Of The Year 2014
Introducing… Paul McCartney: The Ultimate Music Guide
Pink Floyd’s The Endless River – album track listing and Uncut cover story revealed!
The 43rd Uncut Playlist Of 2014
Bob Dylan plays a gig for one person
Phil Collins: “I can’t play drums anymore, so a classic-lineup Genesis reunion is never going to happen”
Bruce Springsteen launches archival concert download service
To Cargo, earlier this week, for what I think might have been one of my favourite gigs of the year. I wrote about Xylouris White and their "Goats" album a few weeks...
Friday, 28 November 2014