Well-connected singer-songwriter on the spot again. Features Will Oldham
Sheffield synth-bloke trio's debut album
Concept album about sexuality from Nebraska quintet
Promisingly dazed US singer-songwriter
Also released this month...
Riotously infectious debut from fun-fixated Danish duo
Doom-laden noodling from NYC's latest press darlings
He's The Man again
Playful electronica from Japanese DJ
Imagine if the Cheeky Girls were as good as retro-kitsch archivists will probably one day pretend...
Tales of sleazy sex from young Canadian singer-songwriter
Power pop with guts
Baltimore freak lets it all hang out
Avant-garde noise merchant turns it down to brilliant effect
Latest from thriving '60s jazz veteran
BRMC buddy rides Britpop-fuelled rocket
Veteran outfit still going strong
The Cute Beatle reminds America who the real Boss is
Mature collection of new songs from pioneering '70s singer-songwriter
Full-length debut from Louisville lo-fi trio
This is my last column as editor of Uncut. By the time you read this, in fact, I’ll be gone.
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Reviewed! Neil Young & Crazy Horse, London Hyde Park, July 12, 2014
Police raid Europe's biggest counterfeit record pressing plant
Eddie Vedder: anti-war speech causes offence in Israel
The Beatles announce new documentary film
Johnny Cash tribute album announced
Paul McCartney re-releases Wings and solo albums as apps
Paul McCartney: "It would be a pity if Eric Clapton retires"
Watch first trailer for Nick Cave documentary, 20,000 Days On Earth
Monty Python Live (Mostly), O2 Arena, London, July 15, 2014
The 27th Uncut Playlist Of 2014
There's a song on this new Purling Hiss album, playing again now, that sounds more or less like "Debaser" played by Dinosaur Jr. Along with the intensely spirited debut by Mary Timony's Ex-Hex and a comp of the pre-...
Saturday, 26 July 2014