Monthly Archives: February, 2020

Steve Earle & The Dukes announce new album, Ghosts Of West Virginia

Steve Earle has announced that his new album with The Dukes, Ghosts Of West Virginia, will be released by New West on May 22. Hear the lead single, “Devil Put The Coal In The Ground” below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d5tOkJK8DUk?feature=oembed Ghosts Of West Virginia...

Kim Gordon announces first ever solo headline tour

Kim Gordon has announced her first ever solo headline tour in support of No Home Record, Uncut’s No. 32 album of 2019. The tour visits Manchester and Bristol in May, followed by an appearance at London’s All Points East...

Mazzy Star’s David Roback has died, aged 61

Tributes have been rolling in for Mazzy Star’s David Roback, who died yesterday (February 25), aged 61. No cause of death has been announced. Roback first rose to prominence as the leader of Rain Parade, key movers on LA’s...

George Clinton announces farewell UK tour

P-Funk mastermind George Clinton initially announced his retirement from touring almost two years ago, but it seems he wasn’t quite ready to leave the stage. Now he’s added a short run of UK dates to his extended victory lap....

Watch a video for Teddy Thompson’s new single, “Heartbreaker Please”

Teddy Thompson’s new album Heartbreaker Please will be released by Thirty Tigers on May 8. Watch a video for the title track below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1NPCAxPlFE?feature=oembed Thompson says that the song – and the album as a whole – were inspired by...

Moses Boyd – Dark Matter

Born and raised in Catford, south-east London, 28-year-old drummer Moses Boyd has become an omnipresent figure on the capital’s incredibly fertile jazz scene. In the last couple of years he’s released albums with tenor saxophonist Binker Golding as...

Cream – Goodbye Tour: Live 1968

In many ways, it was unlikely that Cream would last as long as they did. By the time they split in November 1968, the group had been going for just over two years and recorded four albums. Before...

Uncut – April 2020 – UNCUT

Robert Plant, Karen Dalton, Elton John, Stephen Malkmus, Maria McKee, Shabaka Hutchings and Iggy & Bowie – plus our CD of the month’s best music – all feature in the new Uncut, dated April 2020 and available to...

The Who to play Teenage Cancer Trust show

The Who have announced that they’re joining the lineup for this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall, 20 years after they headlined the first ever concert series for the charity, of which Roger Daltrey...

The Damned announce UK tour for May

Fresh from the success of their Night Of A Thousand Vampires event last Halloween, The Damned have announced a short UK headline tour, dates below: May 17: Stylus, LeedsMay 18: Friars, AylesburyMay 20: The Garage, GlasgowMay 21: The Leadmill,...
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Real Estate – The Main Thing

Since they formed in 2008, Real Estate have stood for an ideal of sweet, bucolic guitar pop, equally...
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Bill Withers has died, aged 81

Soul singer Bill Withers has died from heart complications, aged 81. “We are devastated by the loss of our beloved, devoted husband and father,”...

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever announce new album, Sideways To New Italy

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever have announced that their new album Sideways To New Italy will be released by Sub Pop on June 5. It...

Hear Ty Segall’s Harry Nilsson covers album

Ty Segall has released an album of Harry Nilsson covers called Segall Smeagol. “I wanted to cover Nilsson Schmilsson for years,” he writes,...

Watch Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker cover John Prine’s “Summer’s End”

Big Thief’s Adrianne Lenker has taken to Instagram to share an intimate acoustic cover of John Prine’s “Summer’s End”, from his 2018 album...