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Bob Weir “Loose Lucy”

While we anticipate Bob Weir's appearance at Citi Field with Dead & Company on Saturday, we share this solo acoustic performance of "Loose Lucy" from the Relix office this past fall.


Justin Townes Earle: The Relix Session

Justin Townes Earle's new album Kids in the Street draws on his days growing up in "Old Nashville, Tennessee." He notes that “these songs are based off of mostly real people and strange events that...


Matthew Sweet: The Relix Session

Matthew Sweet stops by Relix and shares a song from his new album Tomorrow Forever along with a fan-favorite from his 1995 power-pop classic 100% Fun.


Samantha Fish “Either Way I Lose”

In our review of her new album, Chills & Fever, we praise Samantha Fish as "an exceptional guitarist and singer." Here Fish demonstrates why she merits such acclaim on this song from the record.


John Oates “Maneater”

John Oates shares a delta blues version of "Maneater," the Hall & Oates classic that he told us was "inspired by a woman, but it’s actually written about New York City."


Sean Rowe: The Relix Session

Sean Rowe's latest album, New Lore, showcases his raw, stirring vocals. He successfully achieved his goal of "perfect imperfection" on the record, which is Rowe's fourth release. Here he shares a few...


Noam Pickelny: The Relix Session

In our review of Noam Pikelny's new album, Universal Favorite, we note that it "is a literal solo album, recorded with zero outside accompaniment and bare-bones production." The record "proves that...


The Band Of Heathens: The Relix Session

On Tuesday, The Band Of Heathens will kick off an extensive national summer tour in support of their latest album, Duende. Here they share some of the material from the record, live at Relix.


Minus the Bear: The Relix Session

In our review of Minus the Bear's latest album, VOIDS, we described it as "an exceptionally cohesive effort that ranks among the best of its catalog to date." Here they share some songs from the new...


John Oates “Dig Back Deep”

John Oates debuts a song from his next project in which he draws inspiration from the music of Mississippi John Hurt. Oates writes about Hurt in his memoir, Change of Seasons. We recently spoke with...


Dispatch “Rice Water”

This is the official day for Dispatch's new album, America: Location 12. Our review hails the record as "an infinitely enjoyable campfire collection of harmony-laden jewels." Here is an acoustic...


Raul Midon: The Relix Session 2017

The great Raul Midon returns to Relix for his third performance with us, following appearances in 2010 and 2015. His latest album is the aptly titled Bad Ass and Blind. Midon will kick off the France...


The Suitcase Junket “Ten Rivers”

The Suitcase Junket stopped by Relix just prior to the release of his new album Pile Driver to share a song from the record. Catch Matt Lorenz and his range of noise-making implements on tour in the...


The Infamous Stringdusters “Jessica”

The Infamous Stringdusters performed this version of the Allman Brothers Band's "Jessica" at Park West in Chicago on 3/17/17. The band's Chris Pandolfi produced the video, which had been slated to...


Dispatch “Painted Yellow Lines”

Earlier today Dispatch debuted "Painted Yellow Lines" from their forthcoming album.  America: Location 12, which is set for release on June 2, is Dispatch's first studio record in five years. It is...


Marie Miller “Boardwalk”

Marie Miller has been described an artist who "whittles that folk-pop sound into something sharp and melodic." Here she sings of heartbreak in a song from her new album Letterbox. In addition to...

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