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Rolling Stone Australia April 2017

Rolling Stone is one of Australia’s longest-running magazines. Since 1971 it has been the premier music & entertainment magazine in Australia. It reflects both global and Australian popular culture with passion, honesty and attitude.

Land:
Australia
Taal:
English
Uitgever:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequentie:
Back issues only
€ 3,93(Incl. btw)

in deze editie

2 min
correspondence

Ultimate Revenge I ALMOST CHOKED ON MY CE- real when I read Emma Stone’s interview [RS 784] – more specifically, the part where she said she’d been told she was hindering the process of making a movie by voicing her opinion. How on earth could the opinion of a strong, confident woman be dismissed in such a way? Oh, that’s right, I forgot – it happens every day, in every corner of the world. Her success is the ultimate answer to all the chauvinist pigs who’ve treated this incredible actor in such a disrespectful manner. May their careers be over soon. Carla Bettens Mona Vale, NSW Separated at Birth COULDN’T HELP BUT NOTICE when looking at the front cover of the Feb issue just how much Ryan Adams looks like Jason Bateman (or is…

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1 min
rollingstoneaus.com

LISTS 5 THINGS WE LEARNED HANGING OUT WITH PARIS JACKSON Michael Jackson’s daughter shares some extra takeaways from cover-story interview GALLERY IN THE STUDIO WITH TIRED LION Perth quartet bunker down with Violent Soho’s Luke Boerdam to work on their debut LP. COMEDY BEST COMICS IN HISTORY From Louis C.K. to Joan Rivers, Dave Chappelle and Jerry Seinfeld, we rank the greatest comedians of all time. EXCLUSIVE LIVE AT THE RS OFFICE We host a stripped-back performance from hip-hoppers Horrorshow, plus White Lung stop by for a solo set. MUSIC NEWS, AROUND THE CLOCK Get breaking music news from ROLLING STONE’s award-winning staff of writers and reporters 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at RollingStoneAus.com FOLLOW US ON GETTY IMAGES; JONNY NAIL; GRIFFIN LOTZ; COURTESY; GETTY IMAGES…

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1 min
random notes

U2’s Special Delivery The Edge performed U2’s “Pride (In the Name of Love)” at the Women’s March in L.A. Five days earlier, Bono (pictured with wife Ali Hewson at Paris Fashion Week) also displayed his humanity by sending pizzas to fans in Dublin waiting all night for tickets to the Joshua Tree tour. Monáe’s Moment Janelle Monáe stepped out in L.A., where she’s on the awards-show circuit for her roles in Moonlight and Hidden Figures. But she’s not giving up music: “There will be a new album. I don’t know when.” Isbell Cranks the Volume Jason Isbell’s dark 2015 album, Something More Than Free, was one of the best alt-country LPs in years. But he wants to have more fun on the follow-up, which he’s been recording in Nashville with producer Dave Cobb (right). “The…

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5 min
how u2 got back to ‘the joshua tree’

MIDWAY THROUGH 2016, U2 FACED AN UNCLEAR FU- ture. They had cut their highly successful Innocence + Experience Tour short in order to work on their next album, Songs of Experience, which was nearly finished. But they eventually decided that the material they had recorded didn’t properly address the chaos of current events, from the rise of Donald Trump to England’s separation from the European Union. “We realised that we needed to put the album on ice for a minute to really think about it,” says guitarist the Edge. “The world is a different place now, and we needed the opportunity to reconsider everything.” Instead, U2 decided to mark the 30th anniversary of 1987’s The Joshua Tree – the album that catapulted them from arena act into the biggest band…

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3 min
tim rogers’ top five

Jeffrey Bernard Jeffrey wrote a column called “Low Life” in the British Spectator magazine from the mid-Seventies. I came to him via the Keith Waterhouse play Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell, though to be true, more because my hero Peter O’Toole played him in the original stage version. Though they’ve been described as “suicide notes in weekly instalments” I find his anecdotes from a life among the demi-monde of London’s Soho district to be like the skin of fat on the top of a neglected stew. The suety gloop is the succulence and squander from a life fully lived. He can be boorish but never a bore. His tales from the gutter were often lit by the stars and gave more to me than a hundred grandiloquent social commentaries. The column is…

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2 min
mayer’s heartbreak diary

‘THE ONES THAT DESTROY ME are the ones I like best,” says John Mayer, sitting next to a massive recording console at Los Angeles’ Capitol Studios. He just blasted “Still Feel Like Your Man”, one of more than 30 songs he wrote beginning in late 2014, during a period of “intense sadness”. He had recently split up with his on-again, off-again girlfriend Katy Perry and was going through some deep soul-searching, which yielded his most emotionally revealing music yet. “It’s beyond a breakup record,” he says of The Search for Everything. “It’s about me. Proudly, it is, as my therapist says, a study into the metaphysics of absent love.” Mayer says he was looking for a change after 2013’s Paradise Valley, the second in a pair of more low-key Americana albums.…

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