Accomplished seventh album from Finnish multi-instrumentalist
Debut solo album from erstwhile Cypress Hill producer
The fastest-growing TV show in the US, wherein tales of a young Superman are accompanied by a radio...
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The soundtrack from Eminem's gamble-that-paid-off movie has done so well that second helpings have...
DA Pennebaker, that eminent celluloid chronicler of live rock (Don't Look Back, Down From The...
Capricious duets from two top players
Alt.country debut with southern California leanings
Anti-Pop rapper goes solo
Stevie Ray's soul brother still going strong
Thirty years on, Memphis giant releases sophomore solo album
Northern rock alliance have Love on their minds
Ex-Pavement kingpin condenses decades of rock'n'roll lunacy into one uneasy capsule
Bob Mould alter-ego gets heavy on the dancefloor
Singer in Texas punk bluegrass band The Bad Livers in strong new start. Bill Frisell guests, Marc...
Magickal creation theory in latest music-backed spoken words from comics king
The avant-garde Bee Gee goes boldly into the realms of R&B
Darkly uplifting second album from Scottish pop visionary
Self-styled "gay church folk music" from Toronto
Sophomore release for London instrumental trio
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”
Inside The New Uncut… The Best Albums Of 2014!
Joni Mitchell on Bob Dylan: "I am much more original musically"
Sunken Treasure: on Wilco's 20th anniversary, Alpha Mike Foxtrot and What's Your 20?
The War On Drugs' Lost In The Dream named Uncut's Album Of The Year 2014
The 154 Best Albums Of 2014 (A very personal list...)
Stream Wilco's Alpha Mike Foxtrot: Rare Tracks 1994-2014 Disc Three
Bob Dylan plays a gig for one person
The 44th Uncut Playlist Of 2014
Ray Davies: Kinks reunion latest
When Thom Yorke sneaked out his new solo album a few months back, I managed to hold out for 66 hours before writing a review of "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes". Since waking up...
Friday, 19 December 2014