Q Summer Special 2017£4.50
In this issue:
UP CLOSE & PERSONAL… LIAM GALLAGHER “Love and abuse. That’s what I’m about.”
On the road with U2
Royal Blood: The return of rock’s hottest band!
Angel Olsen: Meet folk-pop’s new avenger
Disco Dungeon?! Charlotte Church’s excellent adventure!
Plus… The War On Drugs, Big Boi, The The, Wiley, Lucy Rose, Black Grape
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.
You will receive one cover selected at random.
MOJO April 2017£5.25
In this issue:
FREE CD! Dessert songs
U2 Tour Exclusive.
Byrds & Beyond: The ballad of Roger McGuinn
The Stones in the south – by Jim Dickinson
The last poets versus the KKK
Ziggy Stardust – behind the legend
147 reviews ft Paul McCartney, The shins, Laura Marling and more!
The Joshua Tree – fear & loving in America
Q March 2017£4.50
Inside the March issue, Q celebrates the life and music of George Michael with the ultimate tribute, featuring his life in music and his 20 greatest songs.
We have an exclusive interview with The XX, as the self-effacing Putney trio prepare to unleash their fabulous new album, I See You, on the world.
There's a 43-page 2017 preview special where we sneak a look (and listen) at the best new music coming out this year, starring the likes of U2, Kasabian, The Killers, Royal Blood, Paul Weller, The Vaccines and more.
The Cure & Skepta Live
PLUS MUCH MORE!
Q January 2017£4.50
In this All-Star Awards Issue:
How was it for you? 2016: The Ultimate Review!
58-pages of exclusive interviews:
- The 1975
- James Bay
- M.I.A. Coldplay
- Christine & The Queens
- The Charlatans
- Jack Garratt
- Biffy Clyro
- PLUS MORE!
New albums overload! Pete Doherty, Metallica, Kate Bush and Lady Gaga!
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