Issue 55/November 2010

Featured in this issue…

Paul McCartney Inside the traumatic creation of 'Band Of The Run'

In the wake of The Beatles’ split, Paul McCartney beat depression, public antagonism and critical derision to produce his own personal masterpiece. This is the story of ‘Band On The Run’ and its punishing creation.

Mark Ronson The man behind the headlines

“I feel like I’m doing a lot of apologising here…and venting. I hope you don’t mind…” Mark Ronson drawls. The tabloid’s pop playboy is back, and this time he means business…

Carl Barat From Libertines to liberty

As Carl Barât, prepares to go solo clash finds him, finally at ease with himself.

Antony And The Johnsons The truth behind the complexities

art is solitude, volatile, complicated, says antony Hegarty, frontman for Antony And The Johnsons, on new album and book ‘swanlights’. It’s just like fishing.

Aeroplane Dance dons goes solo and dazzles

They say two heads are better than one, yet not so for Aeroplane when soaring to the top of the dance pecking order.

Herman Leonard A tribute to the jazz photographer

As one of the greatest jazz photographers in the world, Herman Leonard captured a whole musical era in print, gaining intimate access to and the trust of the genre’s greatest stars. His death in August was a huge loss to photography and music.

Student Life Heading for a new life of higher education?

Deploying the inside knowledge from the bands that've emerged from uni with tall tales to tell.

Album Spotlight

Oasis (What's The Story) Morning Glory

It epitomised the swagger and strut of Britain at the time - a country riding high on the culture of ‘Cool Britannia’.

Personality Clash

Veronica Falls talk to the Vaselines legend

Roxanne Clifford Vs Eugene Kelly

  • Write On Sky Larkin
  • Rock And Rules Nils Lofgren
  • Royal Academy Reviews Back to school
  • Local Heroes Toddla T's Sheffield
  • Stalker Badly Drawn Boy
  • Electric Selection Essential club cuts
Album Reviews
  • Kings Of Leon
  • Belle And Sebastian
  • Chromeo
  • Morrissey
  • Badly Drawn Boy
  • Frankie Rose And The Outs
  • John Legend And The Roots
  • Detroit Grand Pubahs
  • Glasser
  • The Bees
  • Gold Panda
  • Paul Smith

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