The new issue of Q is out now. Here's a look at what's inside...
Niall Doherty joins the ex-Oasis frontman for a three-day-long victory lap and a joyous look back over his triumphant comeback.
Laura Barton travels to Stockholm to hear how a break-up informed First Aid Kit's third record, the Swedish country-pop sisters' best album yet.
Dave Everley hitches a ride aboard Franz Ferdinand as they launch their glorious reboot in California.
Tom Doyle tracks down four modern songwriters-for-hire who are at the top of their game to find out about the secrets of the hit-makers behind Taylor Swift, Lorde, Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran and more.
From a series of awful events, Leeds experimentalists Hookworms crafted a modern classic. Chris Catchpole hears how.
Tom Doyle hears how a brush with mortality prompted a first solo excursion for XL Records boss and Damon Albarn collaborator Richard Russell.
Rupert Howe delves deep into the pivotal meeting between aspiring rapper Marshall Mathers III and Dr Dre that helped to launch the career of one of the most successful rappers of all time.
Simon Goddard discovers how heroin, dental calamities and years of anarchy couldn't keep Fat White Family co-founder and Insecure Men member Saul Adamczewski down.
Paul Moody visits Hitchin superstar James Bay in the studio and finds he's ditched his hat and is exploring new sounds on his forthcoming second album.
The London pop-soul diva talks drugs, Tom Waits and political dysfunction as she answers your queries in this month's Cash For Questions.
Dave Everley goes for lunch with the reluctant poster boy of California's thriving underground rock movement.
The Kasabian guitarist shows off his impressively eclectic array of vinyl.