Nashville Dispatch: Goodbye $2 Tuesdays, Hello Derek Hoke

Nashville Dispatch: Goodbye $2 Tuesdays, Hello Derek Hoke

All good things must come to an end—and in the case of $2 Tuesdays, Derek Hoke had it all mapped
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The Tailspins: The White Stuff

The Tailspins: The White Stuff

How Jack White plucked the Tailspins out of obscurity “We were starting from scratch all over again, and a couple
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MAGNET Exclusive: Dawes' "Misadventures Of Doomscroller" Track By Track

MAGNET Exclusive: Dawes’ “Misadventures Of Doomscroller” Track By Track

After a string of recent albums that have emphasized production value and songcraft, sometimes at the expense of grit and
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Ohm On The Brain (Or The Miseducation Of Billy Fields)

Ohm On The Brain (Or The Miseducation Of Billy Fields)

MAGNET’s Mitch Myers gets extremely graphic and downright vocal on the history of electronic music. Attendance is mandatory. Story and
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SXSW 2022: The MAGNET Postmortem

SXSW 2022: The MAGNET Postmortem

Wet Leg The first in-person SXSW in three years was notable in many ways—especially for what it lacked. No Rachael
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SXSW 2022: Aeon Station Lets It Fly

SXSW 2022: Aeon Station Lets It Fly

A featured act at this year’s South By Southwest Music Conference, Evan Dando arrived in Austin, Texas, to promote the
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Speaking In Tongues With Ornette Coleman

Speaking In Tongues With Ornette Coleman

MAGNET’s Mitch Myers recounts the history of a free-jazz pioneer and his Prime Time lessons on sound grammar. Photo by
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Tremendous Efforts: Though Dallas Good Is Gone, The Sadies Are Still Yours To Discover

Tremendous Efforts: Though Dallas Good Is Gone, The Sadies Are Still Yours To Discover

Following the unexpected death of Dallas Good last week, MAGNET’s Mitch Myers revisits some of the Sadies’ many precious moments
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O Say Can You "C": Terry Riley's Great American Life

O Say Can You “C”: Terry Riley’s Great American Life

What do Brian Eno, Philip Glass and Pete Townshend have in common? MAGNET’s Mitch Myers revisits a harmonious encounter with
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The Strength Of Strings: Leo Kottke, John Fahey And The Illustrious "Armadillo Album"

The Strength Of Strings: Leo Kottke, John Fahey And The Illustrious “Armadillo Album”

MAGNET’s Mitch Myers explores the unique bond between two guitarists and the mystique of an influential acoustic debut from 1969
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We Can Work It Out: The Inside Story Of How Nike’s Ad Featuring The Beatles’ “Revolution” Started A Legal (And Advertising) War That Eventually Gave Peace A Chance

We Can Work It Out: The Inside Story Of How Nike’s Ad Featuring The Beatles’ “Revolution” Started A Legal (And Advertising) War That Eventually Gave Peace A Chance

In 1987, the Beatles licensed “Revolution” to Nike to feature in a commercial that’s come to be considered one of
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The Groundhogs Day: Rock’s Coolest Comic Book/Album Is Getting An Even Cooler Reissue

The Groundhogs Day: Rock’s Coolest Comic Book/Album Is Getting An Even Cooler Reissue

Forget Stan Lee! Celebrated American comic-book artist Neal Adams and British band the Groundhogs joined forces in 1972 to create
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Spirits, Ghosts, Witches & Devils: The Life And Death Of Albert Ayler

Spirits, Ghosts, Witches & Devils: The Life And Death Of Albert Ayler

Saxophonist Albert Ayler was a big part of the free-jazz movement in New York City during the 1960s. Once considered
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Elvis 18, Beatles 17: The Untold Story Of How A Nike Commercial Helped The King Surpass The Fab Four As The Act With The Most U.K. Number-One Hits

Elvis 18, Beatles 17: The Untold Story Of How A Nike Commercial Helped The King Surpass The Fab Four As The Act With The Most U.K. Number-One Hits

When Elvis Presley’s final single, “Way Down” (released in June 1977, two months prior to his death), hit the top
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A Rock 'N' Fable To Mark The Passing Of Evil Genius Phil Spector

A Rock ‘N’ Fable To Mark The Passing Of Evil Genius Phil Spector

Trust the art, not the artist—isn’t that what they always say? Notorious music producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector died
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R.I.P. MAGNET Senior Writer Jonathan Valania