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The past, present, and future of great music.

Jimmy Page, Kim Gordon, Angel Olsen and Tinariwen, as well as a bespoke Wilco covers CD, all feature in the new Uncut, dated November 2019 and available to buy from September 19.

JIMMY PAGE: We meet the master guitarist to discuss six decades of mayhem – from Led Zeppelin and the Yardbirds to global travels and David Bowie’s fear of black magic. “I was dealt a very good hand,” Page tells us. “And I like to think I played it well.”

WILCO + WILCO COVERED CD: Our free CD is a fantastic bespoke set of Wilco covers, performed by Low, Kurt Vile, Courtney Barnett, Sharon Van Etten, Cate Le Bon, The Handsome Family, Whitney, Ryley Walker, Parquet Courts and more. And, in the issue, Jeff Tweedy and the group tell us how their new album, Ode To Joy, is about “pushing yourself” to remain relevant.

Plus! Inside the issue, you’ll also find…

KIM GORDON: “Life is unexpected,” the artist and musician tells us, as she discusses her new debut solo album, No Home Record, the voyeuristic nature of LA, her early days in New York’s Downtown art scene, and cooking for Neil Young.

ANGEL OLSEN: Uncut heads to Asheville, North Carolina, where Olsen is poised to release her new LP, All Mirrors, to hear about her bold new songs, heartbreak and fantasy property deals. “Sometimes your dreams are not what they seem,” she says.

TINARIWEN: We track down the group in Morocco to hear tales of exile, insurgency and belonging. “As long as people are oppressed, there will be room for protest music,” they explain.

NEIL YOUNG & CRAZY HORSE: Colorado, their first album together since Psychedelic Pill, is reviewed at length, while Nils Lofgren takes us through its creation.

Editor: John Mulvey
Publisher: Time Inc Ltd
Page Count: 122pp
Size: 8.25 x 11
Notes: perfect bound, full color, includes CD, imported from the UK
Date of Publication: October 18, 2019