Bell X1 Premiere Painterly Video For Careful What You Wish For
the album, MOJO reviewer James McNair wrote: “Dublin trio Bell X1 are a somewhat underappreciated BELL X1, THE MOODY, tenacious Irish rock band whose sixth album, Chop Chop received a rave 4-star review in August’s MOJO magazine, unveil an ingenious video for its keynote track, Careful What You
Madonna: World Exclusive Interview In Latest MOJO!
Sinatra covers album reviewed elsewhere in the issue, we also present an in-depth celebration of Bob’s
Green Man 2016 Adds Warpaint, Grandaddy And More To The Mix
outside in Wales here is Meilyr Jones, recorded live in session at last year’s festival. His new album , 2013, is reviewed in our current issue (April 2016 / #269), on sale in the UK now.
Listen To Bill Fay's New Album, Who Is The Sender?
? is out next Monday (April 27) and MOJO has an exclusive preview of the record. The album is reviewed in the next issue of MOJO (June 2015/#259) – on UK newsstands from Tuesday, April 28 – with David
Beck – Waking Light
BECK UNVEILS A BEAUTIFUL TRACK off his forthcoming Morning Phase album, rapturously reviewed in the
The Chemical Brothers: "St. Vincent Is So Full Of Ideas"
Annie Clark, features on Under Neon Lights on the duo’s new album Born In The Echoes – read our review of the album – and speaking to MOJO the producer said he was bowled over by her contribution
Stream Sumie's Beautiful Debut Album In Full
natural direction for me.” Entitled Sumie and emerging on December 2 on the Bella Union label, the album ensnared MOJO’s reviewer Kieron Tyler – always with one ear open for new and intriguing female voices
Goldfrapp – Drew
Goldfrapp’s broadly eponym-themed new album, Tales Of Us (see review in MOJO 238), is accompanied
Marissa Nadler – Dead City Emily
REVIEWING MARISSA NADLER'S new album, July, in this month's MOJO, Sylvie Simmons describes the
Rickie Lee Jones Steps Out With New Video
MOJO’s Fred Dellar, who reviews the album in the latest MOJO (August 15 / #261) explaining “there are
Watch A Cosmic Tribute To Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy
Rains with a new soundtrack. Reviewing the album in the April 2015 edition of MOJO, Andrew Male
Listen To Ryley Walker’s “Virtuosic” New Album In Full
review of the album the latest edition of MOJO (April 2015 / #257). “Just when you think the
Pinkunoizu – The Great Pacific Garbage Patch (Silver Apples Remix)
. Read a full review of the album as well as an interview with the band in the new issue of MOJO
Franz Ferdinand – Right Action
-order all formats of the Franz Ferdinand album here. Look out for a review in the next issue of MOJO magazine – onsale July 30.
Pearl Jam Take The Lid Off Lightning Bolt
released on October 14th. Here's an early taste of MOJO's four-star review of the album by Stevie Pearl Jam debut new short film unveiling tenth album. Plus: read MOJO’s 4-star album review.
MOJO Issue 236 / July 2013
fitter and happier, with his best album in years. Dorian Lynskey is charmed. REVIEWS: Queens Of The
Brett Anderson: ‘I Was Stupid To Let Bernard Butler Quit Suede’
more. Plus read MOJO’s review of new Suede album Night Thoughts now.
The Sound Of Young Scotland Returns With Nectarine No. 9!
reissue of his 1997 album My Personal Culloden is also reviewed. You can appreciate why a Postcard
Arctic Monkeys Stream Album, Talk To MOJO
justified, stream AM here. The full Alex Turner interview, plus Keith Cameron’s in-depth review of the album can be read in the current MOJO magazine.
Bob Mould: “I Wanted George Martin To Produce Hüsker Dü”
with a 15-track FREE CD of dark-hued mid-’60s pop nuggets. Plus you can read our review of Mould’s new solo album, Patch The Sky, now.
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