The latest MOJO magazine features an extraordinary coup: the ONLY INTERVIEW with KATE BUSH as her Before The Dawn live revelation becomes a commemorative live album. It’s a unique peek into the mind and motives of one of our greatest artists and inspires this month’s FREE CD of 15 contemporary dream pop nuggets by The Anchoress, Nite Jewel, Haley Bonar, School Of Seven Bells and more. Also in the issue: we decree the 50 Best Albums Of 2016; the Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones reveals the pain that drove his punk rebellion; The Band’s Robbie Robertson tells his side of a controversial tale. Plus: the madness of Oasis’s Be Here Now; the legend of James Booker; albums by the Rolling Stones, Pete Doherty and Chris Wood; and Pete Burns: the last interview…
On sale from Tuesday, November 25, the new issue of MOJO delivers a world exclusive U2 interview. In the wake of their iTunes home invasion with Songs Of Innocence, Bono, Edge, Larry and Adam take us back to their roots in perilous ’70s Dublin and fight a corner for one of the albums of their career. Meanwhile, your free CD is our ever-popular round-up of the most incredible music of the past 12 months. The aptly titled BEST OF 2014 features tracks from Beck, Robert Plant, Jack White, Julie Byrne, The War On Drugs, Caribou, Temples and more. Also in the issue: MOJO’s definitive Albums Of The Year guide and a celebration of The Who’s breakthrough year – 1964. Plus! Quake in your boots as we step into the lair of notorious Cream drummer Ginger Baker. Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Then enjoy the ups and downs of Buzzcocks’ punkpop heyday, hop on tour with a resurgent Johnny Marr and remember the greatness of Jack Bruce. It’s all happening!
On sale from Tuesday, September 30, 2014, the new issue of MOJO enters the court of post-punk’s Ice Queen, Siouxsie Sioux, bloodied but unbowed by The Banshees’ implacable 37-year assault on pop culture conventions. Also: the strange ’70s of Beatle George – not the Quiet One after all? Jack White remembers John Peel, 10 years gone; Underworld and Judas Priest reveal their inner turmoil while U2 explain their infiltration of our inboxes. Kate Bush, Leonard Cohen, Prince and Led Zeppelin are reviewed in MOJO’s typical and definitive depth. And don’t miss our free CD of the music that inspired the Banshees, hand-picked by Steven Severin and Siouxsie herself.
On sale on Tuesday, August 26, the new issue of MOJO celebrates the singular genius of Kate Bush, who returns to the stage this month for her first live shows in 35 years. In our 20-page bonanza, with the help of stellar fans including Tricky, Sparks, Anna Calvi and Vashti Bunyan we explore the strange, compelling magic of her 50 greatest songs, while Mark Blake unfolds the intense drama behind her extraordinary 1985 ‘comeback’ album Hounds Of Love. You’ll also find features on Bob Marley, Queen, Smokey Robinson, Dr John, Johnny Winter and The Beatles’ astonishing mono vinyl recordings – and a free CD of Kate Bush-inspired dream pop.
FREE CD! BROTHERHOOD: A 15-track celebration of the Black Keys and their influences. Featuring The Sonics, Nathanial Mayer, Captain Beefheart, Royal Bangs, Hacienda, Robert Pete Williams, Blakroc and six tracks by The Black Keys! KATE BUSH: THE ONLY INTERVIEW! Following a five-year silence, … Continued