The Smiths, The War On Drugs, Kraftwerk and Bob Dylan all feature in the new issue of Uncut, dated March 2015.
Morrissey is on the front cover, and inside we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Meat Is Murder with an in-depth, inside look at the making of the record.
Neil Young was among thousands of people who took to the streets in Washington, D.C. on Saturday [April 26], urging the Obama administration to reject a proposed pipeline. Scroll down to watch him address the march.
The rally was a culmination of a five-day "Reject and Protect" protest against the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project, which would bring diluted bitumen from Alberta to refineries in the Gulf Coast.
Brian May led thousands on a march through London yesterday (June 1) to protest the UK Government's planned badger cull.
The guitarist opposes the culling of badgers, which authorities say is necessary to combat bovine tuberculosis (TB), and submitted a petition with 234,000 signatures to Downing Street demanding the scheme be axed.
Speaking at the demonstration, organised for the day before culling is due to start in west Gloucestershire and West Somerset, Brian May told reporters: "If the Government don't listen to us today the pressure will still be there.
The Strokes have confirmed that they will release new album Comedown Machine on March 25.
The title is the same one discovered on an album sleeve by fans who found an errant link in the coding of the band's official website last night (January 29). An official statement from The Strokes record label Rough Trade confirmed that the band's fifth album will be released in March with new single "All The Time" preceding it.
Eric Clapton has announced the release of a new studio album on March 12, called Old Sock.
Featuring guests including Paul McCartney, Steve Winwood, J J Cale and Jim Keltner, Old Sock is Clapton's 21st studio release and his first since 2010's self-titled album.
Old Sock is produced by Eric Clapton, Doyle Bramhall II, Justin Stanley and Simon Climie and features two new original songs “Every Little Thing” and “Gotta Get Over” alongside 10 covers of songs by Leadbelly, George Gershwin, Peter Tosh and Taj Mahal, among others.
Suede have confirmed that they will play London's Alexandra Palace in March 2013.
The band will perform at the north London venue on March 30. The gig announcement came at the end of a puzzle-style countdown Suede put on their Facebook page last week.
The first revelation that came from the online game was that a new Suede studio album will be released in 2013. Earlier this autumn, Suede frontman Brett Anderson said that Suede's new album sounds like "a cross between bits of 'Dog Man Star' and bits of 'Coming Up'".
Sigur Ros have announced a full UK tour for March next year.
The Icelandic band, who released their new album Valtari in May, will play five shows on the tour.
The dates begin at Glasgow SECC on March 2 and end on March 8, when the band play the second of two dates at London's O2 Academy Brixton. They will also play gigs at Manchester's O2 Apollo and Wolverhampton Civic Hall.