Q – September 2017£4.50
In the Septemeber 2017 issue of Q, we track Josh Homme on his motorbike in Los Angeles and his footsteps’ through London’s Soho in an exclusive cover feature. On the eve of the release of Queens Of The Stone Age‘s brilliant new album Villains, Niall Doherty finds out what makes modern rock’s kingpin tick. “I never blame the devil for what I do cos I don’t want the devil to get the credit,” says Homme.
Also in the issue, things get very emotional as Chris Catchpole joins The Maccabees at their farewell shows in London. Andrew Perry goes out on the road with goth-punk heroes The Horrors in Spain and travels to Italy with volcanic-voiced man mountain Rag’n’Bone Man in Italy to hear the true life stories behind his megahits. Laura Barton meets art-rock superheroes Grizzly Bear in LA to hear how they reunited to make their excellent new record and Dorian Lynskey profiles the set designers behind the biggest rock shows on Earth.
Elsewhere in the issue, we have a bumper extract from Lizzy Goodman’s magnificent book Meet Me In The Bathroom: Rebirth And Rock And Roll In New York City 2001-2011, which tells the story of the last great urban musical explosion. This extract concerns the debauched joint tour The Strokes and Kings Of Leon undertook with Regina Spektor in 2003. Wyclef Jean gives us his 10 Commandments and Alt-J are the subject of this issue’s Cash For Questions. We also join Foo Fighters in the studio, and The Killers talk us through their triumphant Hyde Park show with some behind the scenes snaps.
In reviews, we cover mammoth live shows by Radiohead and Guns’n’Roses and run the rule over new albums by The War On Drugs, Ghostpoet, Queens Of The Stone Age, Everything Everything and Dizzee Rascal. All this and much more, in the new issue of Q.
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Q – August Issue – All-Star Summer Special£4.50
In The All-Star Summer Special…
This month’s highlight: watching the vast moshpit at Rock Im Park festival in Nuremberg bounce as one to the thrilling Prophets of Rage.
- ED SHEERAN – He may be the world’s biggest male pop star, but that does not mean he looks like he smells good in photos
- HAIM – Q Travels to the sister act’s home in Los Angeles to find three “Charming Muso Nerds”
- THE STONE ROSES – We join the throng at Wembley Stadium and ask the question: is this the Roses’ curtain call? Plus, how was it for punk-hop support act Sleaford Mods?
- NOEL GALLAGHER – To celebrate Noel’s 50th birthday, we remember The Chief’s 50 finest moments. On Page 50!
- RIDE – The true story of how the shoegaze superstars had it all, then lost it, then got it all back together again
- PROPHETS OF RAGE – Fighting the power in Germany with Tom Morello’s super-angry super-group
- TLC – The biggest girl group in the world return. Their Mission? Take on the “Hos”
- MAVERICK: PAUL HEATON – The Housemartins/Beautiful South frontman is this month’s saluted eccentric
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Q July 2017£4.50
The new issue of Q celebrates 40 years of Paul Weller with two special covers to collect. Simon Goddard met Weller on the eve of the release of his new album, A Kind Revolution, which, by amazing coincidence, comes exactly 40 years after his debut with The Jam. From punk beginnings to the biggest band of his generation to The Style Council, to the Britpop breakdown and beyond, we chart his ongoing coronation as mod’s living monarch.
Also in the new issue, Ted Kessler heads to the US to see Nottingham duo Sleaford Mods win over New York and Laura Barton visits avant-pop hero Perfume Genius at his home to hear about his latest transformation. This month’s Q Maverick is Will Oldham, who under Bonnie “Prince” Billy and other aliases has carved a career that’s slowly swayed from lo-fi folk to spectral electronica. Matt Allen met him in New Orleans. Elsewhere in the issue, there’s a Beth Ditto feature by Sylvia Patterson and we speak to the A&R men who discovered the stars. Also in the new Q, Niall Doherty looks beyond Glastonbury, Reading and V to compile Q’s bespoke boutique festival guide.
The subject of this month’s Cash For Questions is Craig David, while Run The Jewels deliver their edicts on how to live in 10 Commandments. We report from Lorde’s triumphant live comeback, head Out To Lunch with Goldie and visit Everything Everything in the studio. This month’s Q reviews section features live reviews of Stormzy and PJ Harvey, and we run the rule over new albums from Kendrick Lamar, The Charlatans, Jane Weaver, The Amazons and more.
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Q June 2017£4.50
In this issue:
Gorillaz – “let’s make a party record for the world going nuts!”
Blondie – atomic new 12-page interview
Spiritualized – still floating in space
Fleet Foxes – drop out and crack up
Collector’s cover – Drawn exclusively for Q by Jamie Hewlett
Charlatans, Thundercat, John Lydon, The XX, Glass Animals…
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