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A Conversation with Mickey Hart and Lee Ranaldo

June 26, 2015
This story originally appeared in the July_August issue of Relix featuring a variety of pieces on the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary. To subscribe, click here. “How did I get...

Owsley “Bear” Stanley: A Southern California Sojourn with the Grateful Dead (Throwback Thursday)

by Owsley 'Bear' Stanley on June 25, 2015
In anticipation of this weekend's Fare Thee Well shows, we look back at the August 2005 issue in which Owsley “Bear” Stanley offered this memory from 1966. Bear passed away in March...

A Relix Conversation with Bill Kreutzmann and Benjy Eisen

June 23, 2015
The latest installment of our Relix Conversation series features Bill Kreutzmann and longtime Relix writer Benjy Eisen, who recently collaborated on founding Grateful Dead drummer’s new memoir,...

Summer Stars: Tycho

by Matt Inman on June 22, 2015
Once again, the June issue of Relix features our Summer Stars series where we profile those acts making the rounds on the festival circuit this year. To start, we take a look at California ambient...

Tame Impala’s Eclectic ‘Currents’

by Mike Greenhaus on June 17, 2015
Kevin Parker is only a few bites into a leisurely Monday breakfast when he drops his first F-bomb of the morning. “Fleetwood Mac,” he says with a slight grin when asked about the genesis of...

Mumford & Sons: Wilder at Heart

June 16, 2015
Though Greenwich Village's Le Poisson Rouge only opened its doors in 2008, the building’s musical history runs surprisingly deep. From 1958-1993, 158 Bleecker Street—the space that currently...

My First ‘Roo:  Rubblebucket

by Mike Greenhaus on June 11, 2015
Feist meets Rubblebucket in 2012A selection of this year’s artists reflect on their past trips to The Farm as fans, performers and BonnarooviansRubblebucket: Bonnaroo Class of 2012 Rubblebucket...

Keller Williams: The Virginia Psychedelic Excursion

by Sam D'Arcangelo on June 08, 2015
Prolific is as good a word as any to describe Keller Williams, though he would probably opt for something with fewer syllables. A veritable jack-of-all-trades, Williams has crisscrossed genres...

Pete Francis:  From Dispatch to Dragon Crest Collective

by Joe Hoffman on June 03, 2015
Pete Francis isn't your average rock star. He defies that stereotype. In fact as his latest project Dragon Crest Collective affirms, he defies most any musical stereotype.Francis is a founding...

10 Highlights of Boston Calling 2015

by Matthew Shelter on June 01, 2015
The fifth installment of the Boston Calling Music Festival was held on City Hall Plaza over Memorial Day weekend, with some two dozen bands performing over a three-day stretch. Here, in roughly...

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