Music Reviews

Laura Veirs - Troubled By The Fire

If Gillian Welch floats your boat, chances are Laura Veirs will, too, though her take on homespun...

This Month In Americana

Sublime second LP from Chicago quartet

The Screamin' Stukas - 'Lotta Rhythm

Rock revelry with a Scandinavian twist

Belated CD release of 2001 Internet-only 'comeback' album

MJ Cole - Cut To The Chase

Three years slaving away in a hot studio for UK garage man

Gold Chains - Young Miss America

Unlikely San Franciscan loverman's rap/electronica party

Venus Ray - The World Woke Up Without Me

Second from retrograde avant-pop Londoners

Simply Red - Home

Comeback attempt by Mr Hucknall with his first indie release in 20 years

Grand Popo - Football Club Shampoo Victims

Electro duo Ariel Wizman and Nicolas Errera bring fun back to French avant-disco with help from...

Jackie Leven - The Borderline, London

One of the oddest gigs I've seen in a long time. The weathered Leven sings mournful songs of loss...

Manchester Reunited

The homecoming Boy has come a long way

Motor Boys Motor

What's left of The MC5 kick out those jams again with help (and hindrance) from Dave Vanian, Ian...

Short Cuts

Also released this month...

Willie Nelson - Crazy: The Demo Sessions

Rough and heartfelt beginnings of legendary renegade

Morphine - The Best Of Morphine

Sixteen-track anthology of darkcore Boston trio, including previously unreleased tracks

The Carpenters - As Time Goes By

Unreleased gems from eccentric brother and sister combo

Roy Ayers - Destination Motherland: The Roy Ayers Anthology

Definitive two-CD, 33-track compilation of jazz-funk vibraphonist's finest moments

Rory Gallagher - Wheels Within Wheels

Much lamented Irish guitar hero's roots exposed

Heart - The Essential Heart

Double whammy from Seattle's multi-faceted finest

The Style Council - The Sound Of The Style Council

Best-of to mark 20th anniversary of Weller's experimental post-Jam outfit

Newsletter


Editor's Letter

Robert Plant, Tom Petty, The Beatles, King Crimson, Bobby Womack: inside the new Uncut!


Welcome to the new issue of Uncut! John’s on holiday this week – he was last seen disappearing into darkest Gloucestershire – so it falls to me to show you around this month's edition instead.

Our exclusive cover story finds us catching up with Robert Plant...