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Meet the Benevento Russo Duo (Relix Revisited)

by Mike Greenhaus on April 28, 2016
With the Benevento Russo Duo set to reunite at this year's Jam Cruise, we offer this piece, which originally appeared in the December/January 2007 issue of RelixIn an outpost-like corner of...

Group At Work: Nolatet

April 27, 2016
The term “supergroup” is attached to seemingly any new project in the current musical landscape, possibly as an alternative to “side-project,” which can come off as ancillary. In the case...

Parting Shots: Esperanza Spalding

by Dean Budnick on April 26, 2016
Emily's D+Evolution is much more than Esperanza Spalding’s latest album. It is also an all-encompassing, rock-infused, jazz-informed artistic expression that incorporates stage design and...

Lake Street Dive: Rising in Reverse

by Matt Inman on April 25, 2016
In late 2012, the four members of Lake Street Dive hunkered down at a farmhouse studio in rural Maine to record the songs that would make up Bad Self Portraits. With no cell phone service or...

A Relix Conversation with Bill Walton

April 25, 2016
Basketball great and celebrated Deadhead Bill Walton has written a new memoir titled Back From The Dead. In this book Walton explores his athletic career and the steady, inspiring role that music...

Book Excerpt: Might As Well (Grateful Dead Fiction)

by Dean Budnick on April 24, 2016
Los Angeles-based publishing house Rare Bird Books has issued  Might As Well, the debut novel by Relix editor-in-chief Dean Budnick. The book revisits the East Coast Grateful Dead scene and, in...

Prince and the Making of Purple Rain (Exclusive Book Excerpt)

by Alan Light on April 21, 2016
Back in 2014 Relix contributor Alan Light wrote a  book that explored Prince’s initial multimedia efforts. We ran an exclusive excerpt in the magazine and online, which we revisit today,...

The Core: Butch Trucks

by Mike Greenhaus on April 21, 2016
A year and a half after the Allman Brothers Band’s final show, the group’s founding drummer returns to the road with two new bands and a recently unearthed archival release.BROTHERS & SISTERS...

Group At Work: Night Moves

by Matt Inman on April 20, 2016
Everyone’s heard about the dreaded sophomore slump, when a band hits it big with their debut album but fails to reproduce the magic on their second go-around. With pressure coming from both the...

Steve Kimock: Pennsylvania Dreaming

by Dean Budnick on April 18, 2016
“My interests off the stage, if I'm not up there doing lead guitar or the rock band thing, are more along the lines of playing with acoustic guitars and electronics,” Steve Kimock explains....

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