NME’s sister title Uncut relaunches magazine and website

New issue features David Bowie, The Who and Bobby Womack - and is released today (February 28)

NME’s sister magazine Uncut has a brand-new look and a revamped website.

The April issue of the magazine, which is released today (February 28), features a new design and an expanded and improved reviews section. Meanwhile, Uncut.co.uk has also been given a design overhaul and will offer greater emphasis on blogs, reviews and video content.

The latest issue contains an in-depth guide to the story behind David Bowie’s classic album ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders Of Mars’, which celebrates its 40th anniversary of its release this year, while there’s also an interview with Bobby Womack, who discusses his new album which he made in collaboration with Blur and Gorillaz man Damon Albarn.

In addition to interviews with The Who’s Pete Townshend, Orbital, Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo and Feist, there are also reviews of the latest releases from Bruce Springsteen, Paul Weller and Pink Floyd, The Black Keys live, and new movies and DVDs including ‘Wild Bill’, ‘We Bought A Zoo’, ‘The Devils’, ‘Borgen’ and ‘Sherlock’.

The April issue is of Uncut is on shelves from February 28. For more information, visit Uncut.co.uk.