Tag: The Rolling Stones

INTERVIEW: Gary Stringer from Reef

When a band takes 18 years off producing albums, you may believe the end is nigh. The rough and tumble of being a ‘rock ‘n’ roll star’ may have got the best of them, or, the glue that gelled band…

PLAYLIST: November 2016

A change in the season should spark a change in your listening habits, so you’re lucky we’ve put together a playlist to get you through those dark and drizzly November nights…   The House Of Love – ‘Shine On’ The…

THE WORD: Keith Richards

Hunter S Thompson once said “The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side”. And at the heart…

The Greatest Bootlegs Ever, Vol. 1

Ah, the bootleg. That hiterto unheard-of piece of arcane musicalia for millennials born into an age with torrents, Spotify and every other file-sharing platform that makes loving music so little hard work now. Back in the day, it was all…

10 OF THE BEST MUSIC DOCUMENTARIES

To celebrate the release of new documentaries about two of our fave artists – Nick Cave’s 20,000 Days on Earth and Big Star’s Nothing Can Hurt Me – Gigslutz presents ten of the most captivating films to explore the stories behind…

THE ROLLING STONES: The ten best forgotten tracks

Even as the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band the world has ever known, you’re going to possess a treasure trove of phenomenal underexposed material. These are the ten best forgotten gems of The Rolling Stones’ mammoth back catalogue. Forgotten maybe,…