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Yeasayer: Goodbye. Amen. Hello.

by Ryan Reed on July 28, 2016
“I'm always really interested in what’s appealing to a three year old,” says Anand Wilder. For the past decade, his band, Yeasayer, has specialized in electro-acoustic art-pop menageries—...

I and Love and New York: The Avett Brothers Return with ‘True Sadness’

by Mike Greenhaus on July 27, 2016
It's a sunny Friday afternoon in early April, and the members of The Avett Brothers are a few hours away from what may be the biggest headlining gig of their lives. Just over 15 years since...

At Work: Bob Lind

by Jeff Tamarkin on July 26, 2016
Photo: Henry DiltzFifty years ago, Bob Lind was all over AM radio with “Elusive Butterfly,” a shimmering, orchestrally ornamented, self-penned, Top 5 folk-rock hit produced by the legendary...

Grahame Lesh on Rise of Midnight North and ‘Love’ for CSNY’s Music

by Jamie Kaufman on July 25, 2016
Between touring with his band Midnight North and playing a weekly show at Terrapin Crossroads with his father, Grahame Lesh has made a considerable dent in the jamband scene. Throughout the years,...

Spotlight: Kevin Morby

by Justin Jacobs on July 25, 2016
When Kevin Morby moved from Kansas City to New York City at the age of 18, he was a high-school dropout who had $600 to his name and knew exactly one person in a metropolis of eight million. And...

The Core: Michael Franti

by Mike Greenhaus on July 21, 2016
Spearhead team up with a pair of hit-making producers for another set of electro-charged, conscious bangers.ACOUSTIC FOUNDATIONS We were on tour while we were working on Soulrocker, so we’d be...

Donna Jean Godchaux Talks Unearthing Long Lost Jerry Garcia Band Recording

by Dean Budnick on July 20, 2016
GarciaLive Volume Seven presents a heretofore unreleased and uncirculated Jerry Garcia Band performance. The show took place on Nov. 8, 1976 at Sophie’s in Palo Alto, Calif.—the venue was later...

Steve Gunn, William Tyler and Chris Forsyth on The New Golden Age of Guitar

by Jesse Jarnow on July 19, 2016
Like professional baseball or FM radio, the guitar has never disappeared from mainstream American culture, nor even lost its power, despite numerous declarations of its demise. “Laptops are the...

Circular Progression: Ray LaMontagne and My Morning Jacket Deliver ‘Ouroboros’

by Dean Budnick on July 13, 2016
This excerpt originally appears in the July_August issue of Relix. To read the rest of this article as well as pieces on Ryan Adams, Eric Krasno, The Avett Brothers and much more, purchase the...

Feeling It: Eric Krasno on His New Band, New Voice

by Alan Paul on July 07, 2016
It's an exhausting experience trying to keep up with Eric Krasno for even a single night of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Around 8 p.m., he walked off the outside stage of the Fiya...

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