MOJO 272 / July 2016

BOB DYLAN’s BLONDE ON BLONDE album is a landmark in music: the ultimate combination of rock’n’roll thrills and lyrical mysteries. 50 years since its inception, MOJO devotes 19 pages to its wonders, with all-new interviews with the men who made it, plus an in-depth look at Dylan’s brand new album, Fallen Angels. Meanwhile, our free CD is a specially commissioned tribute to Blonde On Blonde, with covers by contemporary stars including Phosphorescent, Ryley Walker and more. A LIMITED EDITION package, with the album on double ‘blonde’ vinyl and a Dylan art print, is also available. Drill down for a 10-page celebration of the music of PRINCE; the wild and tragic tale of The Associates; Sean Lennon in his own right; 122 Reviews – including Radiohead, Laura Mvula, Paul Simon and The Beach Boys; and finally… Fat White Family meet Lady Gaga!


MOJO 246 cover, featuring Blondie’s Debbie Harry

MOJO 246 / May 2014

On sale from Tuesday, March 25, the latest issue of MOJO magazine celebrates the life and music of a pop icon. As Blondie ready their new album, punk pop queen Debbie Harry talks sex, songs and self creation while Chris Stein opens up his New York photo archive. The free CD, Death Disco – A Compendium Of Post-Punk Grooves – collects 15 tracks by Public Image Ltd, The Fall, Sonic Youth, Orange Juice and many more. Also in the issue: Frank Black looks back at the birth of Pixies’ Black Francis, Terry Hall talks Specials, Manilow and mental health, we join Nottingham prodigy Jake Bugg as he returns home a songwriting hero, kick back with session superstar Al Kooper, relive the making of David Bowie’s Young Americans and salute 20 incendiary post-punk classics.