Manic Street Preachers

FEATURES Manic Street Preachers The Manics’ 12th album ‘Futurology’ is among their best. Dan Martin talks to the band about abstract art, politics and returning to their roots Beastie Boys On the 25th anniversary of ‘Paul’s Boutique’, Angus Batey looks back at the record that forged new paths in sampledelic rap Joanna Gruesome meets Perfect Pussy Amy Rose Spiegel sits in on an impassioned discussion on poverty and feminism between alt-punk’s two most outspoken frontwomen Childhood Bald poltergeists, Cameron’s Britain and not taking drugs to make music to take drugs to – Al Horner digs into the roots of Childhood’s psych-pop debut album ALSO INSIDE THIS WEEK Who rocked T In The Park? Arctic Monkeys, Biffy Clyro and Jake Bugg triumph as Balado hosts for the final time What are Jungle doing on the roof of a car park? Launching their album in typically unconventional style, it seems Will The Ramones ever really die? Not according to Gary Jarman, who pays tribute to the punk originators following the death of Tommy Ramone PLUS In The Studio – The Gaslight Anthem Anatomy Of An Album – Super Furry Animals, ‘Fuzzy Logic’ Soundtrack Of My Life – Damian Abraham, Fucked Up Interviews: Richard Russell Teleman Inspiral Carpets Noel Fielding The Courteeners Lxury Pulled Apart By Horses Album Reviews: Shabazz Palaces The John Steel Singers Empty Pools The Ramona Flowers AJ Ellis Jenny Lewis Hooray For Earth Phoneys & The Freaks Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Tiny Fingers Soft Walls Cats On Trees Land Observations The Muffs Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens FILM: I Am Divine DVD: Under The Skin FILM: Joe Caught Live: T In The Park Eminem Gulp Cat Power Nos Alive Sleaford Mods DD Dumbo Chance The Rapper

    FEATURES

  • NMEManic Street Preachers

    The Manics’ 12th album ‘Futurology’ is among their best. Dan Martin talks to the band about abstract art, politics and returning to their roots

  • NMEBeastie Boys

    On the 25th anniversary of ‘Paul’s Boutique’, Angus Batey looks back at the record that forged new paths in sampledelic rap

  • NMEJoanna Gruesome meets Perfect Pussy

    Amy Rose Spiegel sits in on an impassioned discussion on poverty and feminism between alt-punk’s two most outspoken frontwomen

  • NMEChildhood

    Bald poltergeists, Cameron’s Britain and not taking drugs to make music to take drugs to – Al Horner digs into the roots of Childhood’s psych-pop debut album

  • ALSO INSIDE THIS WEEK

  • NMEWho rocked T In The Park?

    Arctic Monkeys, Biffy Clyro and Jake Bugg triumph as Balado hosts for the final time

  • NMEWhat are Jungle doing on the roof of a car park?

    Launching their album in typically unconventional style, it seems

  • NMEWill The Ramones ever really die?

    Not according to Gary Jarman, who pays tribute to the punk originators following the death of Tommy Ramone

PLUS

  • In The Studio – The Gaslight Anthem
  • Anatomy Of An Album – Super Furry Animals, ‘Fuzzy Logic’
  • Soundtrack Of My Life – Damian Abraham, Fucked Up
  • Interviews:

    • Richard Russell
    • Teleman
    • Inspiral Carpets
    • Noel Fielding
    • The Courteeners
    • Lxury
    • Pulled Apart By Horses
  • Album Reviews:

    • Shabazz Palaces
    • The John Steel Singers
    • Empty Pools
    • The Ramona Flowers
    • AJ Ellis
    • Jenny Lewis
    • Hooray For Earth
    • Phoneys & The Freaks
    • Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
    • Tiny Fingers
    • Soft Walls
    • Cats On Trees
    • Land Observations
    • The Muffs
    • Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens
    • FILM: I Am Divine
    • DVD: Under The Skin
    • FILM: Joe
  • Caught Live:

    • T In The Park
    • Eminem
    • Gulp
    • Cat Power
    • Nos Alive
    • Sleaford Mods
    • DD Dumbo
    • Chance The Rapper