Happy (Wolf)Mother’s Day! Photo for MAGNET by Wes Orshoski.
Best way to celebrate April Fools' Day? The last track on the Stone Roses’ classic self-titled debut: “Fools Gold.”
You can put stuff on your forehead for Ash Wednesday if you want. We're just gonna put Jeff Kelly's Ash
The Lilys were one of Philly's best bands during the city's indie-rock glory days of the '90s. (MAGNET got its
Pete Yorn has a history of covering songs that had an impact on him as a songwriter, including selections by
*take two Grant Harts and call us in the morning
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia (1971-2003).
16 years ago, we did a special political section—featuring contributions from Sleater-Kinney, Henry Rollins, Ani DiFranco, Steve Earle, Joan Baez,
"Almost" originally appeared in The Boy Who Cried Freebird: Rock & Roll Fables And Sonic Storytelling (HarperCollins, 2007) by MAGNET's
Fast Romantics named their 2017 album American Love. Three years later, they’re still waiting for us to return the favor.
Like the majority of you, all of us in the Philadelphia area are staying at home, learning to adapt to
10 years ago today, Sun Kil Moon released Admiral Fell Promises. Black and blue and beautiful. Read our review of
Reminder: Eric Hutchinson is doing a MAGNET takeover this week to celebrate the release of his new album, "Class Of
Happy Fourth Of July from MAGNET and Galaxie 500. Get drunk and look at the Empire State Building. Read our
Happy Father's Day from MAGNET and Frank Turner.