Issue 303’s cover stars are Pink Floyd: we bring you the story of the birth of The Dark Side Of The Moon.
We look at how Pete Townshend’s abandonment of a science-fiction rock opera led to The Who’s Who’s Next.
Tedeschi Trucks Band tell us how a tale about star-crossed lovers gave rise to their epic four-album project.
How, after years of mud slinging, power grabs, law suits and general animosity, Journey somehow managed to make a new album.
After more than a decade away, Porcupine Tree are back with a new album. Has their time finally come?
Kris Barras: how hard graft took him from joking about playing Wembley to doing it for real.
Regular features include Michael Monroe, The Moody Blues, Chris Jericho, Dorothy, Brian Fallon, Wig Wam, Torus, Classless Act, Fantastic Negrito, Crobot, The Cold Stares, The Hu, … and more.
Plus we bring you the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet.
Rolling Stone Magazine UK Feb/March 2023 -Brand New Condition Yungblud & Roger Daltrey In depth interview with portraits as they interview each other.
TELEGRAPH REVIEW Supplement -16th October 2021 Roger DaltreyCover and large interview with portraits on the unexpected joys of getting old. Brand new condition Worldwide shipping from the UK Your magazine will...
UK Times Review Supplement June 5th 2021 Brand New Condition. Pete Townshend Cover and large interview with portraits.
TIMES WEEKEND 19/03/2022 - Brand New Condition Roger Daltrey In depth interview with large portrait. 'I am not the perfect husband...'