Subtle, simmering 'new acoustic' debutThese gentle, vaguely retro acoustic stylings from British...
Dreamy debut from American singer with perfect pop voice
The hip hop underground goes uptown
Debut from NY noisepop quartet
Another immaculate chapter in Ry Cooder's Technicolor Cuban adventure
Stonesy blues from White Stripes' backyard
ADF have expanded their line-up and brought in Adrian Sherwood as executive producer. However,...
Dream-pop merchants from Brooklyn make LP debut
Unusual falsetto-voiced debut from much-fancied new band
Kansas-born troubadour's second LP
British-born producer of the Roots returns to jazz roots with a hip hop twist
With Mushroom having left the band and Daddy G taking a sabbatical from the studio to concentrate...
Ex-Fairporter's 21st solo studio album
Cultured NZ pop from Boy George's label
Gentle melodic pop and weeping pedal steels from British singer-songwriter
Seventh album from Leeds post-rockers
Two EPs from modern-day Bob Dylan
Moody, brooding album by LA hipsters
Intensely moving, Simon Raymonde-co-produced follow-up to 2001's Lido
Lou Barlow's 20th album, with new bandmates Imaad Wasif and Russell Pollard
Bob Dylan, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Genesis and Sharon Van Etten all feature in the new issue of Uncut, dated December 2014 (Take 211) and out tomorrow (October 28).
In our cover feature, on the eve of the complete Basement Tapes’ release, renowned Dylan scholar Clinton Heylin takes an in-depth look at the fascinating period in the late-'60s when Dylan wrote and recorded with The Band and recuperated from his motorcycle accident and the pressures of fame.
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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!
Introducing… Paul McCartney: The Ultimate Music Guide
The 43rd Uncut Playlist Of 2014
Pink Floyd’s The Endless River – album track listing and Uncut cover story revealed!
The War On Drugs' Lost In The Dream named Uncut's Album Of The Year 2014
Phil Collins: “I can’t play drums anymore, so a classic-lineup Genesis reunion is never going to happen”
Bob Dylan plays a gig for one person
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