This month’s contributors
His name might not be familiar to you, but the people he has photographed over the years certainly will be. Swedish photographer Larsåke has unearthed a veritable treasure trove of images capturing the great and good of rock both on and off stage. You can see some of his recently discovered gems from p58.
We’re still not entirely sure how we managed to pull it off, but this month we were
able to sneak Classic Rock, Metal Hammer, Prog and Louder’s Head Honcho Scott out of the many, many meetings he seems to find himself in these days in order to dispatch him to Bordeaux to go hang out with cover star Slash. Read what happened on p26…
Stuart is the author of Trouble Songs: Music and Conflict in Northern Ireland’ , an exclusive extract of which begins on p44. Based in Belfast, he is working on a film documentary of the book. Formerly Assistant Editor of NME (1992-96) he was offered out for a fight by Paul Weller, has been called “the wanker who started Blur versus Oasis” by Noel Gallagher and “a tough Nordie c**t” by Bono.