Artist: Queen

MOJO 284 / July 2017

IN HIS FIRST IN-DEPTH interview since the tragic death of his son Arthur, Nick Cave considers 30 years as a Bad Seed, the impact of grief on his life and work, and what the future holds. Meanwhile, our famous covermount CD is Murder Ballads – 15 songs that informed and inspired Cave’s darkly dramatic oeuvre. Also in the issue: Brian May remembers the rivalry, artistry and excess of Queen; Elton John’s stellar 1970 is examined; we dive inside Mick Fleetwood’s intimate photo album; Jason Isbell and Peter Perrett celebrate the straight life after years of addiction; and Billy Bragg writes on skiffle – British youth’s first DIY music explosion. Plus: Fleet Foxes’ epic new opus; Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry returns to conquer; Dave Davies, on acid; Carl Craig’s aural orgasms; and all back to Hank Marvin’s!

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MOJO 284 / July 2017

Nelson Mandela: Music Mourns

Musicians from all over the world pay tribute to the leader of a cause they flocked to. Bob Geldof, Jay-Z and Yusuf Islam lead the way.

Nelson Mandela: Music Mourns

Queen Film: Ali G Actor “Wasn’t Right” To Play Freddie

“We didn’t want it to be a joke,” says Queen drummer Roger Taylor in new MOJO interview.

Queen Film: Ali G Actor “Wasn’t Right” To Play Freddie

MOJO Issue 240 / November 2013

On sale from Tuesday, September 24, the latest issue of MOJO magazine goes large on Paul McCartney: his new album, New and the irksome fog of myth that surrounds the Beatles. The free CD, Songs In The Key Of Paul, presents power pop in the benign shadow of Macca; Flamin’ Groovies, Robyn Hitchcock, Cotton Mather, Yo La Tengo, Redd Kross and Squeeze pitch in. Also in the issue: Roger Taylor on Queen, Freddie, and Sacha Baron Cohen; Lou Reed; Earl Sweatshirt; and the new Arcade Fire album.  ORDER THIS ISSUE HERE   SUBSCRIPTION OFFER! Get two years of MOJO for the price of one.

MOJO Issue 240 / November 2013