Photo by David Zukauskas This album may be a first encounter, but it’s by no means a first impression. Guitarist
20 years ago today, Low released Things We Lost In The Fire. We've not missed the date. Read our Low
Happy 60th birthday Daniel Johnston. R.I.P. Don’t be scared. Read Jack Gibson (Tenlons Fort) in MAGNET on the time he
Happy birthday Angel Olsen. Sweet dreams. Read Stone Jack Jones in MAGNET on Olsen: From The Desk Of Stone Jack
25 years ago today, Frank Black released The Cult Of Ray. What is there to say? Read our classic 2001
Happy birthday Jim Jarmusch. Coffee and cigarettes on us. Read our interview with him—and Iggy Pop—about his Stooges doc: The Stooges And
Happy birthday Michael Hutchence (INXS). Precious heart. Read MAGNET's Hobart Rowland on why Hutchence was one of rock’s best frontmen:
53 years ago today, Aretha Franklin released “Lady Soul.” Still time to get groovin', sweet sweet babies.
Happy 90th birthday Sam Cooke. R.I.P. Twist the night away.
Never mind the bollocks, here’s Malcolm McLaren’s 75th birthday. Too fast to live, too young to die. R.I.P.
Like the majority of you, all of us in the Philadelphia area are staying at home, learning to adapt to
Happy birthday Chan Marshall (Cat Power). Are you free? Cover photo for MAGNET by Christian Lantry. Read our classic cover
10 years ago today, Amanda Palmer released Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under. It tastes like sadness. It tastes like batteries.
Happy birthday Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell (Run-DMC). 30 years to the day after he was born, Run-DMC issued brilliant
55 years ago today, Them released Them Again in the U.K. A little bit of this, a little bit of
Happy birthday Robert “3D” Del Naja (Massive Attack). Enter through the gift shop. Read our live review from 2019: Finished
Aside from U2, the Bats are the longest-running active band that's kept the exact same lineup during its entire career.