25 years ago today, the Smashing Pumpkins released Mellon Collie And The Infinite Sadness. Tales of a scorched earth.
40 years ago today, Cheap Trick released All Shook Up. Baby loves to rock. Read our overview of ‘70s power
20 years ago today, the Fiery Furnaces released Rehearsing My Choir. Does it remind you of when? Read our classic
25 years ago today, GWAR released Ragnarök. Think you outta know this. Read our GWAR live review from this month:
Happy birthday Laura Veirs. Two beers on us, Veirs. In our opinion, case/lang/veirs made the third best album of 2016.
20 years ago today, Laura Cantrell released Not The Tremblin’ Kind. The way it is. Read our feature on her:
25 years ago today, the Rentals released Return Of The Rentals. Brilliant, boy!
Happy 84th birthday Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones). Strut your stuff. Read Dave Weckerman (Feelies) in MAGNET on Wyman and the
25 years ago today, Spacehog released Resident Alien. Well, that sounds fine. Read our Spacehog feature: Spacehog: They Come In
25 years ago today, Erasure released its self-titled eighth album. Rock us gently. Read our classic Q&A with Andy Bell:
Many bands have used 1960s garage punk as a jumping off point for their sound, but few have done so
20 years ago today, PJ Harvey released Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea. Everybody's got something good to
30 years ago today, the Charlatans released debut album Some Friendly. Everybody’s been burned. Read our brand-new MAGNET television episode
Happy birthday Dale Crover (Melvins, Redd Kross). Everybody loves sausages. Get the facts about the Melvins via MAGNET: Melvins: Fact
50 years ago today, Frank Zappa released Chunga's Revenge. Waving with marginal erotic abandon. Read our Hidden Gems review on
Happy birthday Dwight Yoakam. Try not to look so pretty. Read our Q&A with him: A Conversation With Dwight Yoakam
50 years ago today, Genesis released Trespass. It is time to destroy all this evil. Read our Genesis Over/Under: The
Happy birthday Robert Trujillo (Metallica). Slap da bass, mon. Photo for MAGNET by Wes Orshoski. Read our Metallica live review:
Happy birthday “Weird Al” Yankovic. Party in the CIA. Read Kleenex Girl Wonder in MAGNET on Alfred: From The Desk