In this issue
Noel Gallagher: “I don’t like him and he doesn’t like me, that much is evident.” Ah brotherly love. Noel tells us about his barely existent relationship with Liam and how he had a fist fight with our kid over the best Christmas song. Yes, really.
Jarvis Cocker: “Marmite and mob violence – that’s what I miss,” says the increasingly geography teacher-like Cocker after he said au revoir to Britain. Jarvis holds court on why classical music in car parks is a good thing and how fame means he can no longer be a “total c**t”.
Marianne Faithfull: Sex and rugs and rock’n’roll (not to many drugs), touches on the keystones which have made her one of the great female icons in the music business.
The Island Story: How Chris Blackwell built the label up from nothing, created global superstars such as Bob Marley and nurtured the talents of John Martyn, Nick Drake and the world’s biggest band U2.
Almost Famous: They are the faces you know so well from a string of renowned promos, but how did they get there and what became of them? Meet the woman from the Eric Prydz Call Me video and that weird-looking chap from Aphex Twin’s Come To Daddy, among others ….
Keane Live: Intimate offers of personal services from fans in South America and Bono murder fantasies - Q travels to Buenos Aires with with those three nice chaps from Keane.