Q's week that was... Muse, We Are Scientists, The Killers, Florence, Maximo Park & more
In case you missed it, here's what we've been up to on Qthemusic.com this week.
Q&a Muse's Matt Bellamy on the lyrics, science, economics and more behind The 2nd Law
The singer and lyricists on the influences behind the trio's latest record
Track Marks - Recording an album with We Are Scientists: Episode IV home recording
In his continuing series on how to make a record, Keith Murray explains why making music in your own home isn't always that simple
Guest column - Author Ian Rankin on connecting with inner Michael Eavis to book bands for the Aberfeldy Festival
The Inspector Rebus writer talks us through the talent he's recruited for this week's (2-3 Nov) event
The Killers' Brandon Flowers: 'I had a look through Elvis' Book Of Mormon' - Q317 preview
Read a short extract from the cover story of our new issue - out today (30 Oct)
Listen to an exclusive extract from Neil Young's book Waging Heavy Peace
Plus get our new issue, Q317 for more from the singer's autobiography
Guest column - Why playing the Olympics with Beady Eye wasn't that different from a pub gig
Liam and co's keyboard player and The Murder Barn member Matt Jones on why a show's a show
Guest column - The Clothes Have No Emperor: Absurdities of the US presidential election by Hayseed Dixie
John Wheeler, leader of the "Rockgrass" band, on why American needs to drop out of the electoral college
Robbie Williams to present Q Radio show this Sunday - listen to a preview now
Tune in to hear singer on air from 10am (GMT) on 4 November
Florence + The Machine: 'I got a Number 1 after a social networking rampage' - Q317 preview
Singer says she never "bothered" promoting her tracks before Spectrum topped the charts
Guest column - Political Persuasion: Writing a so-called political song by Maximo Park's Paul Smith
The frontman looks at what makes the Elvis Costello-penned Shipbuilding such a powerful protest
Old Vinyl Factory Session - Josephine cover Is It OK If I Call You Mine? from Fame
Check out a classic cover recorded in the factory that used to make all the UK's records
The most talked about bands & artist this week - the Music Buzz Chart with Starcount
Here's the weekly rundown of the musicians who've been dominating social media chatter over the last seven days...
Singles column 29 October 2012 - Adele, Robbie, GBV, My Chemical Romance, The Weeknd & more
Jamie Skey rounds-up this week's releases and the best new songs that have appeared online in the last seven days...
Plus check out all of this week's Tracks Of The Day.
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