The new, revamped Uncut, which hits shelves on February 28, features David Bowie, Pete Townshend, Buzzcocks, Feist and a look at the history of Sun Studio.
Neil Young’s ‘musical brother’ and Crazy Horse guitarist Danny Whitten is remembered in the April issue, and the latest releases from Bruce Springsteen, Paul Weller and Pink Floyd are reviewed.
Celebrating 40 years since the release of ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars’, David Bowie features on the cover – inside is the in-depth, ultimate story of his glamorous but doomed creation.
Elsewhere in the issue, which features a new design and an expanded and improved reviews section, Pete Townshend reveals how The Who’s infamous ‘Lifehouse’ is finally seeing a release (albeit not one by Pete himself), and Feist explains why she’s embracing metal.
Bobby Womack also reveals details of his new album, created in collaboration with Damon Albarn, and Buzzcocks’ original members shed light on the making of their seminal DIY punk EP ‘Spiral Scratch’.
There are also reviews of the latest movies and DVDs, including ‘Wild Bill’, ‘We Bought A Zoo’, ‘The Devils’, ‘Borgen’ and ‘Sherlock’.
The April issue is on shelves from February 28.
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