Guitar & Bass magazine provides in-depth and essential reading for the serious guitarist, with dozens of guitar tests, playing techniques, an exclusive bass section and in-depth features on guitar heroes past, present and future. Each issue is packed full of reviews of the latest guitars, amps, effects and basses. Guitar & Bass magazine also delivers the informed verdict on home recording equipment and regularly offers tips on buying second hand and vintage gear. When you occasionally put down that guitar, it is also packed full of interviews with the great and good of guitardom!
Australian HiFi is the definitive magazine for discerning listeners and Hi-Fi enthusiasts. Every issue is packed with equipment and music reviews, new product information and ‘how-to’ articles. Australian Hi-Fi magazine is dedicated to helping you find the best quality sound for your home.
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Uncut presents The Clash: The Ultimate Music Guide. The complete story of the punk firebrands who revolutionised rock’n’roll. We unearth remarkable interviews, unseen for years, from the archives of NME and Melody Maker. Our peerless team of critics contribute in-depth new reviews of every Clash album. We look at Joe Strummer and Mick Jones’ careers after The Clash, dig out dozens of ultra-rare photos, and even enlist Mick to write an exclusive new introduction. The Clash: The Ultimate Music Guide – it’s a 148-page riot!
XXL is an urban lifestyle magazine that covers all aspects of hip-hop culture. As THE new voice of the Hip-Hop Generation, XXL focuses on music, style, sports, and politics with intelligence, sophistication, integrity and, most of all, respect.
Outburn Magazine is the leader of the new music revolution. Rock, metal, punk, hardcore, indie music, and more, Outburn is edgier and always ahead of the mainstream. Every issue includes in-depth interviews with today’s hottest musicians, exclusive color photographs, and over 100 new music reviews.
Music Tech Focus is the high quality, single package or process, special edition series from the Music Tech team. Each issue takes a leading music production software package or key technique, and dedicates 132 pages to giving the reader practical, hands-on information to better master that subject. Music Tech Focus takes the very best of Music Tech's normal software or technique coverage, and adds brand new workshops, interviews and hardware round-ups to give readers the complete guide to that subject.
FAULT collaborates with the world’s leading artists in film, fashion, art and music. FAULT never underestimates the effects fashion and artists have to provoke social change and the ability to shape our future. With this knowledge and understanding, we celebrate and present diversity of brilliant minds, embracing all aspects of the art World to create something truly phenomenal.
VINTAGE ROCK celebrates a time when music changed the world - 45s, youth culture and the odd thrusting pelvis. Vintage Rock chronicles all the stellar artists and music, the enduring legacy of those early pioneers - and why it’s still the best way to live. Spanning the dawn of the 50s to early Beatles (pre Eastern mysticism!), Vintage Rock covers a time of Mods and Rockers, crinoline skirts and blue jeans, rock star movies and screaming-girl concerts. This special magazine rejoices in the music and verve of Elvis, The Shadows, Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Gene Vincent and a host more, and speaks to a contemporary audience that relishes the vitality and flair of the era.
Oh I just don't know where to begin…" So sang Elvis Costello in 1979, opening one of his most enduring singles, "Accidents Will Happen". The best place to start investigations of this brilliant and complicated artist, though, is Uncut's latest Ultimate Music Guide: Elvis Costello. Inside, you'll find a wealth of old NME and Melody Maker features, printed in full for the first time in decades, that capture one of the most pointed British songwriters of the last four decades in full ferocious effect. "There's a lot of rock music that's become exclusive and it's of no use to anyone. Least of all me," Costello announced in his first Melody Maker interview, in 1977. "Music has to get to people. In the heart, in the head." From those first explosive salvos, up to the deeper and more exploratory albums of recent years, through raging polemics, superstar collaborations and esoteric detours, we've also written insightful new reviews of every single Costello album to help you through that labyrinthine back catalogue. Plus, there's the customary Ultimate Music Guide array of rare pictures, discographies, tall stories and meticulous research. It's the complete Costello magazine: our aim, rest assured, is true!
Audio Esoterica is a spectacular new high quality publication for the discerning audiophile. Only the very best high-end components are featured, in dramatic photographic layouts that emphasise product design and engineering excellence while the industry’s leaders provide insider insights to Australia’s most experienced audio journalists. Audio Esoterica is all about the very best that the high-end audio world has to offer.
Heed Magazine fulfills a niche' in the urban marketplace, highlighting topics, venues and personalities rarely covered in most mainstream media. This magazine has a clean-edged hip twist that is focused on expressing positive, diverse and spiritual perspectives as it relates to current events, politics and popular culture.
Published by IPC Media. The first time the world heard of Morrissey was on the NME letters page, which printed letters from the young ‘Steve, Manchester’ every other week. As he blossomed into the singer in one of the most important and to-this-day-adored British guitar bands ever NME was there every step of the way, right up to the (extremely) bitter end of The Smiths and beyond. On the eve of their entire back catalogue being lovingly reissued, this very special magazine collects ALL of the classic NME interviews with the band, as well as new features on the enduring influence of their music and lots of rarely-seen-before photographs.
The Guerrilla Guide to Recording & Music Production gives you everything you need to know – and none of what you don’t – to start recording and producing music on your computer now. Regardless of your weapon of choice – ProTools to Ableton Live and everything in between – you’ll be making music quickly and with professional habits. The Guerrilla Guide is packed with illustrations, the latest software/hardware, and is written in a easy to read style.
JazzTimes provides in-depth coverage of the jazz scene. In addition to insightful profiles on jazz stars new and established, every issue contains reviews of the latest CDs, books and performances. This award-winning publication features lively writing, stunning photography and sophisticated design. Often controversial, always entertaining, JazzTimes is a favorite of musicians and fans alike.
Chilango es la revista de la Ciudad de México y de quienes la habitamos. Creamos comunidad a través de un lenguaje común y promovemos el “orgullo chilango” con reportajes de alto nivel periodístico, notas acerca de todo aquello que nos interesa, siempre con humor y coyuntura. También somos la guía selecta de entretenimiento urbano con la mejor oferta de cine, restaurantes, antros, música, teatro, arte y libros.
This year, Oasis’ first two albums – ‘Definitely Maybe’ and ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory? – have been reissued. Looking back now, and taking the current music scene into consideration, it’s hard to imagine how big, how culturally relevant and how all-conquering Oasis were from 1994 – 1996. In his new book about ‘Definitely Maybe’ for the 33 1/3 series, author Alex Niven sums it up like so: ‘Oasis wrote songs that came closer to narrating the collective hopes and dreams of a people than any other band in the last quarter century.’ They sold more albums than any other band. They played bigger gigs than any other band. They had more newspaper articles written about them than any other band. They were better than any other band. And this NME Collector’s Edition is an attempt to bottle up and present the wild spirit of the times: Liam’s charisma, Noel’s inability to write a bad song, the hope, optimism and chaos that followed the band. Over 100 pages it tells the story of every song they wrote, recorded and released during the time, delves into the NME, Melody Maker and VOX archives to pick out some classic interviews, and builds up to the peak of their career: playing to a quarter of a million people at Knebworth Park in August 1996. Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Paul ‘Guigsy’ McGuigan, Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs, Tony McCarroll and Alan White: you changed thousands of lives just by being you. Live forever.
Published by IPC Media. Uncut are proud to present the essential guide to the most inspirational rock star of the last 40 years. Over 148 pages, the magazine’s unrivalled team of expert writers provide a comprehensive survey of Springsteen’s work, from his first stirrings in New Jersey to the passionate elder statesmen described by Barack Obama as “The rock and roll laureate”. The Ultimate Music Guide: Springsteen includes detailed analyses of each one of his albums, revealing the hidden stories behind these landmark recordings. There is a guide to rarities, discographies and a wealth of info guaranteed to amaze the band’s legion of fans.
In this special magazine from NME, discover the records that form the jagged cornerstones of punk rock, from the original innovators of the '70s like the Stranglers, Sex Pistols and Siouxsie And The Banshees, though American hardcore with Black Flag and Husker Du to modern pop-punk like Blink-182 and the Offspring. It's full of fascinating interviews from the NME archive with the likes of Fugazi, X-Ray Spex and Joy Division, original reviews of classic albums such as Wire's 'Pink Flag' and The Clash's 1977 debut, and fresh reappraisal of some of the most game-changing rock records of the past five decades. Punk's not dead – it's just getting going. Catch up on its story so far with this essential guide to the albums that keep the spirit of alive in a never-ending variety of forms – it's the ultimate punk-rock primer.
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Since exploding into the public eye with the stripped down histrionics of the White Stripes in 2001, Jack White has been a consistent, powerful force in modern rock'n'roll, re-injecting it with rawness and mystique. He is, without question, a rock’n’roll icon, and this app is a celebration of that, collecting all of his classic NME interviews with the Stripes, Raconteurs and The Dead Weather, and adding galleries of never-before-seen images, loads of audio clips, amazing videos and exciting new features on Rome, Third Man Records and Jack's early life. Not to mention where he's going next...