The new MOJO magazine boasts a career-spanning confessional by eternal rock renegade and international treasure IGGY POP, in harness with Queens Of The Stone Age’s JOSH HOMME for an extraordinary new album – perhaps his last? A FREE COVERMOUNT CD, Gimme Danger, is compiled by Homme and features Iggy, Mark Lanegan, Masters Of Reality and 11 more tracks of dark and dusty rock. Also in this issue: Joni Mitchell’s sublime ’70s; The Kinks’ Dave Davies on acid and aliens; Damon Albarn’s Mali mission; Carly Simon spills the beans; Pulp slay Glastonbury. Plus: Tracey Thorn, Field Music, Michael Chapman, The Coral, Joe Bonamassa, Joanna Newsom, Hendrix’s flat, farewells to Glenn Frey, Paul Kantner and Dale “Buffin” Griffin. And more Bowie!
The new MOJO magazine celebrates the 40th Anniversary of Punk in the UK, with a 21-page month-by-month immersion in the seismic year of 1976, starring the Sex Pistols, Clash, Damned, Slits, Buzzcocks and more – augmented by a brilliant 15-track CD comprising proto-punk nuggets by The Stooges, MC5, New York Dolls, 101ers, Hawkwind and… Crushed Butler! Also in the issue: Neil Young’s mid-’70s cri de coeur; Michael Rother on the enduring power of Neu!; the strange world of Courtney Barnett; a fulsome tribute to Allen Toussaint. Plus: The Cult, Suede, Sinatra, NWA, Hanoi Rocks and seven pages of new music tips for 2016. It’s a riot of your own!