Q's week that was... Albums of 2012, Depeche Mode, Pulp, Bryan Ferry, Noel Gallagher & more
In case you missed it, here's what we've been up to on Qthemusic.com this week.
Our new issue came out this week and feature Q's albums of 2012
Here's a preview of who made the list, grab the issue for the full reasoning behind this year's selections
Jarvis Cocker: "Will you see Pulp again? Who knows..."
The national treasure contemplates his band's future
Depeche Mode: 'Recording our new album as been no fun' (Q318 preview)
Read an extract from our exclusive in the studio report in New York
Playlist - Bryan Ferry's The Jazz Age inspirations
The Roxy Music man takes us through the original 1920s songs that have inspired his new album
Q318 Caption Competition - high-end music equipment from Yamaha
Just tell us what Noel Gallagher is doing with a bunch of storm trooper...
Old Vinyl Factory Session - The Heartbreaks cover Bruce Springsteen's I'm On Fire
Check out a classic cover recorded in the factory that used to make all the UK's records
Danny Boyle: 'I was calm as Olympic opening ceremony baffled the world' (Q318 preview)
Read an extract from the feature inside our new issue that goes behind the scenes of London 2012's show piece moment
Singles column 26 November 2012 - Prince, Ed Sheeran, Big Boi, Deliah & 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.
11:38 AM | 01/12/2012
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