Massive Pin-Up Stars On The Cover

On new NME cover for a big ‘read’ interview

(Photo credit: Patrik Sandberg)

Sky Ferreira: “I’m starting to realise that
I’m glad that I sound like me”

Read the full NME interview here.

Her newest big booming single…

On cover of the new Rolling Stone mag issue

(Photo credit: Ramona Rosales for Rolling Stone / Choker by Laurel DeWitt. Earrings and Rings by Alexis Bittar)

Full Rolling Stone interview here.

Because The Cover Of The New MOJO MAGAZINE Issue Belongs To PATTI SMITH

17 June 2022

New MOJO MAGAZINE (British music monthly – since 2008) issue out now.


“An exclusive audience with Patti Smith, as the warrior poet of rock’n’roll takes to
the stage once more. We celebrate the Beach Boys on the 60th Anniversary of their
signing to Capitol, relive their momentous 1962 and catch up with them all in 2022.

New York Dolls’ David Johansen steps back onto the grimy streets that birthed
his revolutionary band. Superstar sideman Jim Keltner on madness with Cocker
and crying with Dylan. Plus: Manfred Mann; Simple Minds; Rolling Stones; Working
Men’s Club; Ladysmith Black Mambazo
; Christine McVie; Vangelis; Robyn Hitchcock
and Neil Young’s Toast.”

The covermount CD is a compilation czalled Break It Up!
14 exciting tracks from our cover star’s New York art rock
milieu. Patti Smith, Moondog, Richard Hell, Jon Spencer,
Sonic Youth and more!

You can purchase a copy and let it sent to your home. Info HERE.

PATTI SMITH: Instagram


MOJO‘s experts guide you through PINK FLOYD’s
essential albums, songs, films and books.

“Pink Floyd’s status as rock’s greatest visionaries is beyond question, from their early days as psychedelic pioneers in the mid-’60s to their mega-selling ’70s albums The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, The Wall and beyond. But how best to negotiate their revered legacy of studio recordings, film soundtracks, rarities compilations, live albums and books?
And what of their members’ solo releases?

Written by MOJO’s team of experts, Pink Floyd Essentials arms you with all the knowledge you need to acquire your ultimate Floyd collection. There are incisive appraisals of all their studio albums, from 1967’s The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn right up until 2014’s ‘posthumous’ The Endless River, as well as fascinating pieces on the film soundtrack LPs the group cut in the early ’70s when their future was uncertain. We also journey track-by-track through their career-spanning compilation Echoes, and take a deep dive into their revelatory Early Years and
Later Years box sets.”

Illustrated throughout with dozens of rare and iconic photographs, Pink Floyd Essentials is an indispensable purchase for all serious music fans.

BUY here

ELVIS COSTELLO Collector’s Guide – 148 Pages

11 June 2022

“To the new wavers of ’77, Elvis Costello must have looked a straightforward proposition, a black and white world. Punk’s febrile, combative energies and the naïve excitement of golden age rock’n’roll and mod beat encapsulated in one bespectacled, legs-akimbo, skinny tied package. And so, for a short while, it would prove; as the arrival of The Attractions – and a pill-popping angry young man attitude – powered Costello on to the new wave front lines with This Year’s Model and Armed Forces, his aesthetic cohered around barbed and allusive dissections of pop culture, cutting social commentary and the politics of love and war. A critical darling, and not just because, as Dave Lee Roth bitterly attested, the sleeve of …Model was, for most journalists, like looking in a mirror.”

In the 148 pages of this Deluxe Ultimate Music Guide, fully updated to account for his most recent activity, you’ll read some of Costello’s most memorable interactions with just those journalists. Here you’ll find spiky moments – “Getting it all down are you?” – and expansive encounters. Not to mention a full reckoning of the many recordings, collaborations and other adventures which caused them to occur in the first place.


You can purchase a copy and let it send to your home. Info here.