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If you've got a passion for rock and roll, Mojo is the music magazine for you, with news, features, interviews and reviews focusing on the biggest names in rock. Read more

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If David Bowie, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix are regulars on your playlist, you're sure to love Mojo - a magazine dedicated to music of all varieties, from prog-rock to post-punk.

Each issue includes the latest music industry news, from EP and album launches to video releases and tour announcements.

With a Mojo magazine subscription you'll also find exclusive interviews with rock's best established acts as well as emerging talents from the UK and across the pond.

Plus, there are reviews of all the latest releases and free album downloads, making this a great value read for music lovers.

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Subscribe to the World’s finest music magazine, Mojo if you are the ultimate music lover. Designed for those who truly love music, every month MOJO provides you with exclusive encounters with music’s greatest icons, while celebrating tomorrow’s stars today.MOJO’s definitive reviews section provides you with the ultimate buyer’s guide. All in all, it adds up to the world’s finest music magazine.

by Sam
Usually interesting magazine - the covermounted CD is consistently excellent. They do seem to repeat themselves however with endless articles on the Beatles and Dylan etc. More articles on newer bands would be welcome
Brett Anderson

Brett Anderson

Singer

"Music magazines these days aren’t quite what they were, but some have stood the test of time and Mojo is definitely one of those. Looking at classic artists from the past"

Mark Watson

Mark Watson

Comedian

"I used to pick up Mojo and still do from time to time. There are always lots of reflective features on that golden age of indie and rock, with intelligent writers keen to talk about both the music and the conventions of the time. With excellent imagery and a whole host of “well I didn’t know that” moments I’ve always considered it a really great read."

Tom Ogden

Tom Ogden

Lead singer, Blossoms

"I like Mojo magazine for the fact it’s always modern and upfront with music. Yes it takes time to look over the work of the past, but it’s quite forward-thinking, as are its reviewers. It’s also not too snobby about genre. You’ll get some music magazines that ignore great music because it doesn’t quite fit who they think they are, but with Mojo, if the music is good then it gets featured, and that’s the way it should be."

Richard Archer

Richard Archer

Lead singer of Hard-Fi

"Mojo is an intelligent read that doesn’t just try to toe the corporate line. It’s for a more mature taste in music but whenever I read it, it always fills me with a sense of ‘yeah, I want to go and do that, or see that, or listen to that – that sounds really cool.’ Mojo always seems able to pick out the bits in music you never knew you cared about, y’know?"

Steven Macintosh

Steven Macintosh

TV actor

"I subscribe to Mojo - that’s because I am massively into my music. I loved the mid-90s stuff, the English bands that were full of vibrancy and optimism. I like to get out to a lot of shows all over London, and living in Camden, I get to see a lot what’s going on. But wherever I am, Mojo takes me back to that classic era of guitar music in the 1990s."

Mark Lamarr

Mark Lamarr

TV presenter and journalist

"I’ve always had diverse music taste but have often struggled to find magazines that really reflect that. Some pretend to but you get halfway through and realise it’s all the same. Mojo is a bit different. It doesn’t pretend to know everything, but certainly offers readers a really purposeful look around a range of genres and styles, combining live music with album releases. In a world that is, at times, all too simplistic, Mojo is admirably complicated!"

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