55 years ago today, Love released Da Capo. You still drive us insane.
Happy birthday Martin Carr (Boo Radleys). Everything's all right forever. Read Carr in MAGNET on pubs: From The Desk Of
55 years ago today, Bee Gees released Spicks And Specks. All of our lives we call yesterday.
55 years ago today, Question Mark And The Mysterians released 96 Tears. Do you feel it?
Happy birthday Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam). So how about a damn Wellwater Conspiracy reunion? Read our review of the
Happy birthday Randy Newman. You can leave you hat on. Read our Q&A with him: A Conversation With Randy Newman
Happy 91st birthday Berry Gordy (Motown). No matter what sign you are.
Happy birthday Rostam Batmanglij (Vampire Weekend). You ain't that young, kid. Rostam and Hamilton Leithauser made MAGNET’s #19 album of
Happy birthday Jimi Hendrix. Bold as love. Jimi spent his last birthday—in 1969—at a Rolling Stones show at Madison Square
50 years ago today, Harry Nilsson released Nilsson Schmilsson. Jump into the fire again. Read Van Dyke Parks in MAGNET
40 years ago today, Soft Cell released debut album Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret. Say hello, wave goodbye. Read our Q&A with
50 years ago today, Alice Cooper released Killer. Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Read our Q&A with the Godfather Of Shock Rock:
54 years ago today, the Beatles released Magical Mystery Tour. Still waiting to take you away. Watch our new MAGNET
45 years ago today, the Sex Pistols released debut single “Anarchy In The U.K.” Three and a half minutes that
Happy birthday John Stirratt (Wilco). Step easy. Photo for MAGNET by Chris Sikich. Read our 2014 Wilco cover story: Wilco:
20 years ago today, Fischerspooner released debut album #1. Lick your lips and don’t look back. Read our Fischerspooner feature:
Happy birthday John McVie (Fleetwood Mac). One more time with feeling. Read our Mac live review from 2009: Live Review: