Here at MAGNET, we like to stay on the cutting edge of technology. We have a very modern fax machine
When it comes to Robert Harrison and Cotton Mather, it’s nearly impossible to discern where the man ends and the
The story never gets old, and Robert Finley is always more than happy to tell it. Growing up, he and
For the dreams of the weed king we all sing.
The cover of Amigo The Devil’s new album resembles one of those eerie tintype outlaw images from the Old West,
Celebrate the first day of spring with the Go-Betweens’ classic “Spring Rain.”
Perhaps more than some of us, musicians are a product of their own changing environment. Israel Nash is no exception.
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Craig Wedren Kicks Off A New Monthly Singles/Videos Series; Watch Our MAGNET Television Episode With Him
Craig Wedren—frontman of Shudder To Think, solo artist, film/TV composer, mindfulness/wellness podcaster, photographer and the only person to ever appear
Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum’s Debut Album Out Today; Watch Our MAGNET Television Episode With Michael C. Hall And Co.
Thanks For Coming is the debut album from Princess Goes To The Butterfly Museum, and it's out today. The trio
Read John Davis (Superdrag, Lees Of Memory) in MAGNET on MLK: From The Desk Of Superdrag’s John Davis: Martin Luther
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The last time MAGNET touched base with Mike Viola for a proper interview, he’d just shed his Candy Butchers shell
The Graber household in St. Paul, Minn., must've been an interesting hang back in the day. The Call Me Spinster
We hope you have a happy Thanksgiving. It's time to celebrate with a song from MAGNET hero Ray Davies. Here's
MAGNET Exclusive: Premiere Of Luke Rathborne (Featuring Rain Phoenix)’s “Come Back To Me On Christmas” Video
On the topic of songwriting, Sir Paul McCartney once said, “You sort of say what you might say to a
In a small cabin on a lake in rural Texas, songwriter/screenwriter Jack Gibson has been hunkering down, writing screenplays and