Q mag Digital issue May 2017

In this month's digital issue of Q Magazine we feature: Kasabian and their comeback from the brink.

There’s also a mammoth 10-page feature with Brit Award winners - The 1975. This month’s Q Maverick is Wilko Johnson. Simon Goddard meets the pub-rock guvnor in a pub on Canvey Island and the subject for this issue’s Cash For Questions is Kaiser Chiefs.

Rebecca Nicholson talks deep grooves and deeper grief with Sampha, who says that “sitting at the piano” helped him through the dark times, John Harris revisits Blur’s 1996 self-titled album and The Jesus & Mary Chain tell Andrew Perry about their long race to the bottom and back again during a career of noise-pop specialists. All this plus so much more!

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