Q June 2020
In the new issue, out on Tuesday, 7 April, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?. Hamish MacBain takes a deep dive into the album that turned Oasis from exciting upstarts to world-beating stars. From its iconic cover to its monumental B-sides, we tell the inside story with help from those who made it.
Running out of lockdown inspiration? Fear not, also in the issue a host of artists and Q writers offer up their picks of music, films, TV shows, books, pods, recipes and more to get you through. Dorian Lynskey also dives into the world of music podcasts, investigating the best pods to keep you connected.
Also in the issue, we head to a rehearsal location in rural Wales to find out why genial Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien changed his mind about making a solo album.
Former Screaming Trees frontman and solo artist Mark Lanegan releases his gripping memoir this month. In an exclusive extract, he recounts a treacherous adventure to retrieve a sleeping bag.
We meet South London rapper Flohio on her home turf to discover how going against the grain is what makes her stand out.
We check in with Ghostpoet to hear about how he was once a painter and decorator in a brothel, head Out To Lunch with Jehnny Beth, get an update on the new Avalanches album and US singer-songwriter Jason Isbell tells us his 10 Commandments for living. The subject of this issue’s Cash For Questions is indie trio The Kooks.
In the Q Review, we run the rule over the excellent debut from Jarvis Cocker’s new project Jarv Is… and many more. All this, in the new issue of Q.
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