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At Work: Spanish Gold

by Rob Slater on July 28, 2014
“Right off the bat, we gelled really well," My Morning Jacket drummer Patrick Hallahan says as he reminisces about the origins of his new project, Spanish Gold. “I just knew that it was...

Summer Stars: Kurt Vile

by John Adamian on July 25, 2014
By most measures, Kurt Vile is in the midst of a hectic few months. Before fall kicks in, he’ll clock in headlining dates in Europe and North America, festival appearances on both sides...

Behind the Scene: Nadia Prescher

by Bradley Tucker on July 24, 2014
Nadia Prescher with The String Cheese Incident, captured by her client C. Taylor Crothers Nadia Prescher is the co-founder and owner of Madison House, Inc. The company, which she...

Jack White Apparently Had a Miserable Time at Wrigley Field Last Night

by Rob Slater on July 23, 2014
For the better part of 100 years, Wrigley Field has been the central hub for sadness. From the Billy Goat to Buckner's glove to the black cat to Bartman, there are many reasons to be...

Seven Great Alternative Rock Jams

by Sam D'Arcangelo on July 22, 2014
Most students of music history would say that alternative rock (and its spiritual forefather, punk rock) developed as a reaction to the self-indulgence that had come to dominate rock music...

The Core: The Barr Brothers

July 22, 2014
Vanishing Mountains Working on this record felt like moving toward this mountain in the distance that kept vanishing and reappearing again. We started fleshing out Sleeping Operator...

George Wein: A Conversation with the Father of the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals

by Dean Budnick on July 21, 2014
In August, the Newport Jazz Festival will commemorate its 60th anniversary. On hand to lead the Newport All-Stars will be George Wein. The pianist has not only been a frequent performer...

My Page: Nicole Atkins (“See That Girl Barefootin’ Along”)

by Nicole Atkins on July 18, 2014
I have two half-brothers and when my older brother Scotty was 16, he moved in with us. At the time, I was nine, so it was exciting to have a teenager move in. He put up all of his posters...

Winter’s Return: A Guitar Legend Triumphs Once Again (Relix Revisited)

by Nancy Dunham on July 17, 2014
Yesterday guitar great Johnny Winter passed away yesterday in his hotel room in Zurich, Switzerland. In his memory we share this feature story that ran in our December-January 2010 issue. ...

Summer Stars: Lake Street Dive

by Sheryl Hunter on July 15, 2014
Life is good for the four- piece band known as Lake Street Dive. In February, they released their third album, Bad Self Portraits, which debuted at No. 18 on the Billboard charts and...

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