Bobby Womack dies aged 70

Bobby Womack has died aged 70. According to a report on Rolling Stone, Womack's death was confirmed by a representative of his record label, XL Recordings. Although the cause of Womack's death is currently unconfirmed, he has been diagnosed with colon cancer in 2012 and was also reported to be suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

Glastonbury Day 1: Courtney Barnett and Lily Allen

In a welcome blast of sunshine between downpours, an excursion to the fringe stages on the southern slopes of the Glastonbury site provides a welcome relief from the liquid mud lakes and crowd crushes around the main arenas.

Glastonbury Day 1: Rodrigo Y Gabriela, Band Of Skulls and Haim

Thunder, lightning and heavy downpours over Glastonbury right now. Deep joy for the 125,000 people already onsite, with more arriving every hour. It seems the gods of rock are angry. And they are not the only ones making a racket.

Glastonbury Day 1: Blondie, New Build, East India Youth

"Glastonbury!" beams Debbie Harry. "Nowhere else like it!" Just past midday on Friday in the Vale of Avalon, and the world’s largest voluntary refugee camp is already on the move.

John Cale to showcase new work in London

John Cale is to showcase a new work at London's Barbican Theatre in September. The musician's new "audio-visual collaboration" is called LOOP@@60Hz: Transmissions From The Drone Orchestra.

The Making Of… Metallica’s Enter Sandman

Metallica headline Glastonbury this weekend, and “Enter Sandman” will most likely be a highlight of their set. So we delved into the archive, back to Uncut’s March 2007 issue (Take 118), to discover how the group created The Black Album’s anti-lullaby. Lars Ulrich, James Hetfield and producer Bob Rock spill the beans to Stephen Dalton…

The 24th Uncut Playlist Of 2014

Lots to dig into this week, not least a song to sample from the Hiss Golden Messenger album that I’ve been alluding to for so long. Strong Ronnie Lane vibes there, perhaps. Among some biggish new entries here, some lesser known names to check out, too: Jennifer Castle; 75 Dollar Bill’s weird adaptation of desert blues; the new Blonde Redhead album that increasingly feels like their strongest in an age; and Hurray For The Riff Raff, magnificent on Letterman.

Graham Nash: CSNY may release Deja Vu box set

With CSNY's 1974 tour box set due for release in the UK and Europe on July 7, Graham Nash has revealed that they might release another archival project.

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