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UNCUT

May 01 2021
Magazine

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Uncut is the essential magazine about rock music, written by people who love that music as much as you do. Every month, it features the most comprehensive and trustworthy album reviews section in the world. There are in-depth interviews with the finest musicians of the past five decades, and with the exciting new artists who are following in their great tradition. Insightful, informative, passionate about extraordinary music – that’s Uncut.

Editor

Shorn Lennon! • Apple “house hippie” RichardDiLello explains how, in January 1970, he came to document John and Yoko’s startling new haircuts

“It was a very interesting triangle” • A new documentary explores the dynamic rapport between Guy Clark, Susanna Clark and Townes Van Zandt

For the ’burbs • JC Carroll on how “Johnny-come-lately oiks” The Members are still annoying the neighbours

The last of the great Wailers BUNNY WAILER | 1947-2021 • Remembering a reggae pioneer who eschewed international stardom with Bob Marley to follow his own spiritual path

A QUICK ONE

Natalie Bergman • How a sudden tragedy prompted the Wild Belle singer’s gospel-inspired solo reinvention

UNCUT PLAYLIST • On the stereo this month...

“I’m actually quite hilarious” AN AUDIENCE WITH PETER MURPHY • The godfather of goth? Not if he can help it. Bauhaus’s loquacious frontman holds forth on The Cure, meeting Bowie and how to make an entrance: “I knew what I was doing”

RYLEY WALKER Course In Fable HUSKY PANTS • Chicagoan takes smart step sideways.

SLEEVE NOTES

ALONG THE WAY • Walker’s extracurricular activities

Q&A • Ryley Walker talks landlord-bothering, fearless playing and reaching a baseline

A to Z • This month…

SLEEVE NOTES

Q&A

SLEEVE NOTES

AZITA

AMERICANA • Preaching to the converted

AMERICANA ROUND-UP

Q&A

SLEEVE NOTES

TOM JONES • “I will die on stage!”: the Welsh icon on growing old

SLEEVE NOTES

SLEEVE NOTES

Q&A • Samba Touré: “Music in Mali is not just for fun and dance”

SLEEVE NOTES

Q&A • Jenny Hval: “I am interested in what the selfless is…”

LAURIE ANDERSON BigScience (reissue, 1982) NONESUCH • Distilled from multimedia shows, the performance artist’s influential album resonates anew.

SLEEVE NOTES

AMERICAN DREAMS • The best of the rest of Laurie Anderson’s work

Q&A • Laurie Anderson on lockdown, encouraging other artists and the joy of “spatial listening”

A to Z

SLEEVE NOTES

REDISCOVERED • Uncovering the underrated and overlooked

SLEEVE NOTES

REVELATIONS JOE STRUMMER • Lucinda Tait, Strummer’s widow, on the new compilation

THE SPECIALIST

COMING NEXT MONTH...

WIDE OPEN SKIES • A GROWING TIDE OF ARTISTS THAT INCLUDES CHUCK JOHNSON, LUKE SCHNEIDER, NORTH AMERICANS, SUSS AND WILLIAM TYLER ARE TRANSFORMING THE TRADITIONAL TOOLS OF COUNTRY MUSIC TO CREATE INNOVATIVE, GENRE-DEFYING SOUNDS. STEPHEN DEUSNER CELEBRATES A NEW AND SURPRISINGLY SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL MOVEMENT: AMBIENT AMERICANA

ALWAYS RETURNING • Five albums that pioneered the new cosmic pastoral

TUNING INTO A MOMENT • Deep listening and cosmic pastoral

ON THE CD • A guide to this month’s special compilation

COME ALL YE! • In 1967, the newly formed FAIRPORT CONVENTION took their first tentative steps into London’s burgeoning underground scene. In this exclusive extract from his forthcoming memoir Beeswing, RICHARD THOMPSON recalls the band’s transition from the living room of a Tudor pile in Fortis Green to the stage of the UFO Club, encounters with Syd Barrett, Jimi Hendrix...


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Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Uncut is the essential magazine about rock music, written by people who love that music as much as you do. Every month, it features the most comprehensive and trustworthy album reviews section in the world. There are in-depth interviews with the finest musicians of the past five decades, and with the exciting new artists who are following in their great tradition. Insightful, informative, passionate about extraordinary music – that’s Uncut.

Editor

Shorn Lennon! • Apple “house hippie” RichardDiLello explains how, in January 1970, he came to document John and Yoko’s startling new haircuts

“It was a very interesting triangle” • A new documentary explores the dynamic rapport between Guy Clark, Susanna Clark and Townes Van Zandt

For the ’burbs • JC Carroll on how “Johnny-come-lately oiks” The Members are still annoying the neighbours

The last of the great Wailers BUNNY WAILER | 1947-2021 • Remembering a reggae pioneer who eschewed international stardom with Bob Marley to follow his own spiritual path

A QUICK ONE

Natalie Bergman • How a sudden tragedy prompted the Wild Belle singer’s gospel-inspired solo reinvention

UNCUT PLAYLIST • On the stereo this month...

“I’m actually quite hilarious” AN AUDIENCE WITH PETER MURPHY • The godfather of goth? Not if he can help it. Bauhaus’s loquacious frontman holds forth on The Cure, meeting Bowie and how to make an entrance: “I knew what I was doing”

RYLEY WALKER Course In Fable HUSKY PANTS • Chicagoan takes smart step sideways.

SLEEVE NOTES

ALONG THE WAY • Walker’s extracurricular activities

Q&A • Ryley Walker talks landlord-bothering, fearless playing and reaching a baseline

A to Z • This month…

SLEEVE NOTES

Q&A

SLEEVE NOTES

AZITA

AMERICANA • Preaching to the converted

AMERICANA ROUND-UP

Q&A

SLEEVE NOTES

TOM JONES • “I will die on stage!”: the Welsh icon on growing old

SLEEVE NOTES

SLEEVE NOTES

Q&A • Samba Touré: “Music in Mali is not just for fun and dance”

SLEEVE NOTES

Q&A • Jenny Hval: “I am interested in what the selfless is…”

LAURIE ANDERSON BigScience (reissue, 1982) NONESUCH • Distilled from multimedia shows, the performance artist’s influential album resonates anew.

SLEEVE NOTES

AMERICAN DREAMS • The best of the rest of Laurie Anderson’s work

Q&A • Laurie Anderson on lockdown, encouraging other artists and the joy of “spatial listening”

A to Z

SLEEVE NOTES

REDISCOVERED • Uncovering the underrated and overlooked

SLEEVE NOTES

REVELATIONS JOE STRUMMER • Lucinda Tait, Strummer’s widow, on the new compilation

THE SPECIALIST

COMING NEXT MONTH...

WIDE OPEN SKIES • A GROWING TIDE OF ARTISTS THAT INCLUDES CHUCK JOHNSON, LUKE SCHNEIDER, NORTH AMERICANS, SUSS AND WILLIAM TYLER ARE TRANSFORMING THE TRADITIONAL TOOLS OF COUNTRY MUSIC TO CREATE INNOVATIVE, GENRE-DEFYING SOUNDS. STEPHEN DEUSNER CELEBRATES A NEW AND SURPRISINGLY SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL MOVEMENT: AMBIENT AMERICANA

ALWAYS RETURNING • Five albums that pioneered the new cosmic pastoral

TUNING INTO A MOMENT • Deep listening and cosmic pastoral

ON THE CD • A guide to this month’s special compilation

COME ALL YE! • In 1967, the newly formed FAIRPORT CONVENTION took their first tentative steps into London’s burgeoning underground scene. In this exclusive extract from his forthcoming memoir Beeswing, RICHARD THOMPSON recalls the band’s transition from the living room of a Tudor pile in Fortis Green to the stage of the UFO Club, encounters with Syd Barrett, Jimi Hendrix...


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