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Bill Fay – Countless Branches

For decades, from the quiet of a tiny home studio, Bill Fay has contemplated God, the natural world and our complex existence as it relates to those things. With new album Countless Branches he invites the listener inside. As...

The Psychedelic Furs announce first new album in almost 30 years

The Psychedelic Furs have unveiled their first new album since 1991’s World Outside. Made Of Rain will be released by Cooking Vinyl on May 1. Hear the lead single, “Don’t Believe”, below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=603KqtjKDSg?feature=oembed To celebrate the release of Made Of Rain,...

Shabaka Hutchings announces Barbican takeover

UK jazz figurehead Shabaka Hutchings will curate Propaganda, a weekend of music, art and spoken word at the Barbican (and other London venues) on May 8-10. The opening concert at the Barbican Hall will feature Hutchings and his band...

Intelligence For Your Life – Dancing Can Help Your Brain

Dancing is fun - a good way to meet people - but now we know it can stave off neurological conditions. Here are the dance styles and what they can do for your brain. This comes from functional...

Hear Anna Calvi’s new duet with Courtney Barnett

Anna Calvi has announced a mini-LP of intimate reworkings of songs from her 2018 album Hunter. Hunted includes duets with Courtney Barnett, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Julia Holter and Joe Talbot from Idles. The seven-track affair will be released by Domino...

Mike Campbell talks Fleetwood Mac and new band, The Dirty Knobs

Mike Campbell, guitarist for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and more recently Fleetwood Mac, has unveiled a new band called – ahem – The Dirty Knobs. The LA-based band will release their debut album Wreckless Abandon via BMG on...

James Taylor announces new album of American standards

James Taylor has announced that his new album, American Standard, will be released by Fantasy Records on February 28. It features 14 reworkings of American standards by the likes of Hoagy Carmichael, Billie Holiday and Rodgers & Hammerstein. Hear...

Introducing… Sounds Of The New West Volume 5

Free with this month’s Uncut – in shops now or available to buy online here – is the latest in our famous Sounds Of The New West compilation series, rounding up 15 tracks of the best new Americana. Here’s...

Hear a previously unreleased Simon & Garfunkel live EP

This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Simon & Garfunkel’s final album, Bridge Over Troubled Water. Legacy/Sony will release a special gold vinyl edition of the album on February 14 (pre-order that here). But today, they...

Aoife Nessa Frances – Land Of No Junction

“I’ve been dreaming of better times,” sings Aoife Nessa Frances on “Here In The Dark”; a standard response to the vicissitudes of the universe as the world tiptoes into 2020, wary of the ground disintegrating under its feet....

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Watch Eric Clapton and Roger Waters play Cream songs

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Björk will close this year’s Bluedot festival, which takes place at Cheshire’s Jodrell Bank Observatory on July 23–26 July. Her uniquely commissioned performance...

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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever on their new album: “It’s weirder… it feels exciting”

In our recent 2020 album preview, Fran Keaney, singer and acoustic guitarist in Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, told us all about their...