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Smashing Pumpkins return with new track, “Silvery Sometimes (Ghosts)”

The reunited Chicago band also announce a full album.
Tool

Tool, Slipknot and Slash star in our gallery from Download 2019

Def Leppard, The Smashing Pumpkins and Whitesnake also brought their A-game to the Donington Park stage.
Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan Shiny Oh So Bright

“Paint colour actually changes the sound of a guitar”: Billy Corgan

The Smashing Pumpkins man reveals the finish that sounds best to him.
Luke Wood

Beats president Luke Wood’s life at rock’s cutting edge

The tech mogul talks guitar and gives us the inside track on working with some of the most talented songwriters of the last three decades – from Kurt Cobain to Elliott Smith and Phoebe Bridgers.

Billy Corgan’s advice for beginner musicians: “Put your whole focus into reaching people through...

The singer and guitarist aptly shared the advice through a Facebook video.
Ian Fowles

The Aquabats’ Ian Fowles puts down his laser guitar and summons The Dude

The guitarist also known as EagleBones Falconhawk in rock-band-turned-Emmy-winning kids TV stars The Aquabats! on getting lost in theme parks, philosophical chats, and Millennium Falcon Fenders.
Marissa Paternoster

Screaming Females’ Marissa Paternoster revisits her formative guitar influences on Singles Too

The G&L-toting guitarist on the awkward experience of confronting her early riffs, ditching effects pedals, and keeping her options open.
Pixies Black Francis landscape shot elbows on guitar

Pixies’ Black Francis: “We’re just kind of shy and we don’t have a lot...

The Pixies’ no-nonsense frontman and guitarist chats about their latest album Beneath The Eyrie, his love of Telecaster, and why vintage guitars make him a better player.
noel gallagher's high flying birds

Listen to new Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds single, This Is The Place

Shades of psych-rock and Madchester colour the new tune.

Saturday Night Live guitarist Jared Scharff on his new Walrus Audio Kangra signature pedal

The 12-year Saturday Night Live veteran tells us all about his love of fuzz – and the story of his new signature Walrus Kangra pedal.
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