inside the new issue
Take a look at what's inside the new issue, featuring Liam Gallagher, First Aid Kit, Franz Ferdinand, Richard Russell, Paloma Faith, Saul Adamczewski, Kasabian and much more...
On the victory lap. On the ales. On a massive wind-up. In the new issue of Q, out Tuesday 16 January, Q joins Liam Gallagher for three nights of noise and confusion. We report from triumphant shows in Cardiff and Manchester before spending an entertaining afternoon in the pub with Liam in London.
In the new of Q, out on Tuesday 19 December, we join St. Vincent on the road in America’s Midwest as we witness an artist coming into her own. We hear how Annie Clark’s alter ego has redesigned pop and performance in her own image, and how she has designs on the film and art worlds in motion too. “I got all that shit done,” Clark tells Niall Doherty, “did all of it.”
Take a look at what's inside our all-star issue, including Liam Gallagher, Ed Sheeran, Wiley, Stormzy, Biffy Clyro, Johnny Marr, LCD Soundsystem, Skepta, Royal Blood and more, plus our 50 Albums Of 2017.
On sale Tuesday 21st November, the new issue of Q is an all-star special. We reveal what happened when Liam Gallagher crossed paths with Ed Sheeran at the Q Awards and speak to a stellar cast about how 2017 has been for them. Also in the issue, we countdown the 50 best albums of the year and catch up with some of the acts who have made Q’s select half-century of 2017.
Take a look at the features and interviews inside the latest edition of Q, including Noel Gallagher, The Smiths, J Hus, Phoenix, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Meg White and many more.
London's J Hus is only 21 but he's seen his share of trouble, including a stint in prison. But when he started rapping on social media he had an epiphany: he was born to make music. "I've always been able to make the crowd go wild," he tells Rebecca Nicholson.
Meg White reinvented the drummer's role, made some landmark recordings and then decided she'd had enough, seemingly never to return. Laura Barton speaks to those who know her best to understand why, and seeks out where she is now.
Dorian Lynskey's exclusive Noel Gallagher interview, only in the new issue of Q.
"We're more than a band, we're a cult," Depeche Mode tell Q in the new issue. We join them in New York, Toronto and Montreal to hear how the dysfunctional trio became one of the world's biggest bands.