16 For 2016! MOJO’s New Year Preview

In our new issue we present a filtered preview of musical things to look forward to, including interviews and more. For now enjoy a preview of the preview.

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FORGET CRYSTAL BALLS, MOJO is offering you an informed and savvy vision of the future you can rely on.

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The cover of MOJO #267, on sale in the UK from December 29, 2015.

In our new issue (February 2016/ #267), on sale in the UK, we present our 16 For 2016 – a filtered collection of new music, movies, must see events and more for the year ahead.

Starring Dan Auerbach’s The Arcs, there’s also Iggy And The Stooges, Anonhi and a select batch of other top things we expect to be impact on Planet MOJO in 2016. Plus there’s actual mystic prediction courtesy of actor-muso Matt Berry.

Get the latest issue of MOJO now for interviews, insight and more with our 16 promising picks – which naturally includes Pixx, who is also pictured. Meanwhile, enjoy a tantalising preview of the preview.

1. Expanding Arcs

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Expanding Arcs


Black Key Dan Auerbach says more collaborations are on the way for his other band: “I’m playing in a way I’ve never played before. It’s brand new for me.”

2. Take Your Pixx

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Take Your Pixx


Electronic folk voice brings ambient pop intrigue.

3. Beatles On The Road

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Beatles On The Road


The Fab Four's days as a touring band will be examined in a new documentary.

4. Brian Eno Exhibits

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Brian Eno Exhibits


The producer will be providing the sounds for the Natural History Museum's Otherworlds: Visions Of Our Solar System show.

5. Manic Street Preachers Go, Go, Go!

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Manic Street Preachers Go, Go, Go!


The trio will celebrate the 20th anniversary of Everything Must Go with new reissues and special shows.

6. Jim Jarmusch Films The Stooges

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Jim Jarmusch Films The Stooges


The filmmaker's new documentary, Gimme Danger, will chart Iggy Pop and co's live sides.

7. All Encompassing Ray (Davies)

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All Encompassing Ray (Davies)


"It's the biggest project I've ever attempted!" declares King Kink, as he reveals plans for a new album and stage show.

8. Radiohead Return?

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Radiohead Return?


"Lots of material has been recorded," says Jonny Greenwood, as their free Christmas Day release, Spectre proves...

9. Ronnie Spector's English Heart

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Ronnie Spector's English Heart


Singer confirms her next album will be a "love letter to 1960s Britain".

10. Alex Turner Casts A Shadow Again

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Alex Turner Casts A Shadow Again


The Arctic Monkeys' mainman is linking up with Miles Kane for a second Last Shadow Puppets album.

11. David Bowie Enters The Monkey Kingdom?

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David Bowie Enters The Monkey Kingdom?


Speculation mounts that Bowie will guest on a new album from Damon Albarn's cartoon pals, Gorillaz.

12. Anohni!

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Anohni!


The Artist Formerly Known As Antony Hegarty hopes you’ll like his new eco-disco direction.

13. Brian Wilson Floats On

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Brian Wilson Floats On


The Beach Boy will perform Pet Sounds in full with Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin at Austin's Levitation Festival on April 29.

14. Steel Pulse Hits The Big Screen

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Steel Pulse Hits The Big Screen


New Dreadtown movie is set to mark 40 years of the Handsworth reggae institution.

15. Jack White's Factory (For) Records

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Jack White's Factory (For) Records


Duo? Check! Band? Check! Solo project? Check! Record label? Check! Vinyl factory...? Jack White opens his own Detroit pressing plant this spring as he continues to turn himself into a one-man music industry.

16. The Beatles WILL Reform

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The Beatles WILL Reform


Though before you camp out for tickets, be aware that's the prediction of musician and funny man Matt Berry. Get the new MOJO for more musical predictions and pronouncements from the Toast Of London.

 

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