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In this issue

CHARLI XCX on how women inspired her new album. PLUS: K-Trap, Becky Hill, A. G. Cook, St Vincent, Glass Animals, Meekz and Mark Knopfler in conversation with Brian Johnson…

Making it up as they go along

Yeti funerals, big-name producers and a fiercely DIY ethic: we meet Mary in the Junkyard, the band making some of the best new rock music in the UK right now

Making it up as they go along

4 mins

Suitors and ties

Bridgerton's newest beau Victor Alli on joining the hit Netflix adaptation as the third season begins

Suitors and ties

2 mins

Toni Sancho's manifesto of hope

The London-viaTrinidad singer discusses the power of music in helping her move past depression and uplift others

Toni Sancho's manifesto of hope

3 mins

The new Doctor Who is in!

How Ncuti Gatwa went from TV queer idol to making history on the iconic sci-fi show

The new Doctor Who is in!

5 mins

Charli XCX THE ANATOMY OF A (3-D) FEMALE POP STAR

Female pop stars have been lying to us about how they feel, and Charli is here to tell the truth. The insecurity, competitiveness, ambition, pride and intelligence necessary to be a relevant celebrity are plainly on display in her new club album, brat — and it’s addictive listening

Charli XCX THE ANATOMY OF A (3-D) FEMALE POP STAR

10+ mins

TRU TO HIMSELF

Born and raised in Manchester, rapper Meekz  talks to Rolling Stone UK about why his roots mean so much, his new mixtape TRU, and the prospect of removing his mask

TRU TO HIMSELF

5 mins

Star Rising

Currently starring in Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, Freya Allan broke through playing a princess in TV series The Witcher. But this 22-year-old has her feet firmly on the ground as she sets her sights on the future

Star Rising

8 mins

BECKY HILL NOT MISSING A BEAT

This chart-topping, two-time BRIT Award-winner has fought hard to get to where she is. As she releases her deeply personal second album Believe Me Now?, she’s determined to make an impact on a global scale

BECKY HILL NOT MISSING A BEAT

9 mins

GROWING PAINS AND HAPPY ENDINGS

OPENING HER HEART IN HER MUSIC HAS HELPED NELL MESCAL BUILD A DEDICATED FANBASE, BUT THERE'S PLENTY OF ROOM FOR HOPE TOO, THE 21-YEAR-OLD REVEALS, AS SHE RELEASES HER DEBUT EP

GROWING PAINS AND HAPPY ENDINGS

5 mins

FRESH HORIZONS,FRESH SOUNDS

With his PC Music label, A. G. Cook became one of the most influential figures in shaping the pop trends of the past decade. With the label on hiatus, and a new base in LA, he now presents Britpop, a mammoth triple album that interrogates ideas of Britishness and sees him tackle his past, present and future

FRESH HORIZONS,FRESH SOUNDS

9 mins

SHABAKA'S NEW CALLING

“If I was still playing the sax, it’d be so easy,” the former Sons of Kemet and The Comet is Coming bandleader Shabaka Hutchings admits. On stunning debut album Perceive Its Beauty, Acknowledge Its Grace, he turns to the flute and follows a spiritual compulsion to take a new path

SHABAKA'S NEW CALLING

5 mins

"I HAD TO GET OUT OF THIS DOOM HOLE"

After breaking every record imaginable with mega-hit 'Heat Waves', Glass Animals' Dave Bayley came back down to earth with a bump. Fourth album I Love You So F***ing Much sees him sift through the existential wreckage and focus on the fundamentals

"I HAD TO GET OUT OF THIS DOOM HOLE"

5 mins

THE GREAT GADSBY

Comedy's enfant terrible Hannah Gadsby is relishing their anti-hero era

THE GREAT GADSBY

10 mins

Fran Healy

Travis’s lead singer on living in Los Angeles — the inspiration behind the band’s forthcoming album L.A. Times — streetfights with strangers and the unifying power of music

Fran Healy

3 mins

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Rolling Stone UK Magazine Description:

PublisherStream Publishing

CategoryMusic

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

For decades, Rolling Stone magazine has shaped the way generations of readers in the United States and beyond engage with music, entertainment and current affairs. The cultural phenomenon, founded by Jann Wenner and music critic Ralph Gleason in San Francisco in 1967, has – without fear or favour – included “all the news that fits” and in so doing, built a reputation unparalleled within its sphere.

Now, the iconic, multi-platform media brand is published in the UK, by the team behind the much-loved, high-profile Attitude magazine, the UK and Europe’s best-selling LGBTQ title.

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