Artist: Roy Harper

MOJO 277 / December 2016

Five years since they split, R.E.M. take us back to the dawn of the ’90s to assess the impact of their landmark Out Of Time album and its aftermath, while our customary covermount CD celebrates the Golden Age of alternative rock with songs by Dinosaur Jr, Lemonheads, Pavement, Galaxie 500 and more. Also in the issue: Brian Wilson writes of the fear that haunted The Beach Boys’ greatest music; we tell the definitive inside story of Bowie’s last act – Lazarus; Roy Harper emerges from hell; Pink Floyd and Bob Dylan box sets come under the microscope; Metallica’s Lars Ulrich gets (back) on the couch; Syd Arthur psych out Paul Weller; Paul Simon contemplates the end; gay rock and more!

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MOJO 277 / December 2016

MOJO Issue 239 / October 2013

On sale from Tuesday, August 27, the latest issue of MOJO magazine celebrates the life and times of the great Johnny Cash, ten years after his sad passing. The free CD, Johnny Cash… And Friends, shares the genius of The Man In Black on tracks by Jerry Lee Lewis, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Willie Nelson, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Townes Van Zandt and many more. Also in the issue: Janelle Monae's sci-fi R&B revolution; Roy Harper on madness, rebellion and cricket; The Smiths Unseen. PLUS! Charles Bradley, Wilko Johnson, an audience with Amy Winehouse's amazing vintage jukebox and albums from Arctic Monkeys, Bill Callahan, Haim, Manic Street Preachers, Elton John and more.  ORDER THIS ISSUE HERE   SUBSCRIPTION OFFER! Get two years of MOJO for the price of one.

MOJO Issue 239 / October 2013