40 years ago today, Simon And Garfunkel played The Concert In Central Park. It was late in the evening, and
Happy birthday Jarvis Cocker (Pulp). This is hardcore. Read our 120 Reasons To Live feature on Pulp’s "Disco 2000”: 120
15 years ago today, Ben Kweller released his self-titled third album. One-man band. Read Rhett Miller (Old 97’s) in MAGNET
Happy birthday Tegan and Sara Quin. Are you two related? Read Tigers Jaw in MAGNET on T&S's The Con: From
15 years ago today, Sloan released Never Hear The End Of It. Much music: 30 songs, 76 minutes. Read our
Happy 45th birthday Jim Ward (Sparta, At The Drive-In, Sleepercar). Easier said than done. Watch our new MAGNET television episode
15 years ago today, Joseph Arthur released Nuclear Daydream. Things ain't the same as when we was young. Read our
Happy 80th birthday Mama Cass Elliot. R.I.P. Beautiful thing.
Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton Released Debut Album “Knives Don’t Have Your Back” 15 Years Ago Today
15 years ago today, Emily Haines & The Soft Skeleton released debut album Knives Don't Have Your Back. Winning. Read
15 years ago today, DJ Shadow released The Outsider. Still seein’ thangs?
Happy 70th birthday Daniel Lanois (U2, Bob Dylan, Neil Young). Here is what is. Read our classic feature on him:
15 years ago today, Indigo Girls released Despite Our Differences. All the life revealed in these back stages.
15 years ago today, Bonnie 'Prince' Billy released The Letting Go. We called you back.
Happy 70th birthday Dee Dee Ramone (Ramones). R.I.P. We’ll meet you at 53rd and Third. Check out our 120 Reasons
20 years ago today, Superchunk released Here's To Shutting Up. Act surprised. Read our MAGNET Classics feature on the making
Happy birthday Keith Morris (Black Flag, Circle Jerks, OFF!). Time’s on your side. Read Mr. Morris in MAGNET on Guided
54 years ago today, the Beach Boys released Smiley Smile. Tune in, turn on, chill out. Read our review of
20 years ago today, Smog released Rain On Lens. Someone is always watching you. Read Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr)
29 years ago today, Singles opened in theaters. It rocked our world. Read our review of the essential deluxe-edition reissue
Happy birthday Dizzee Rascal. Fix up, look sharp.
40 years ago today, Genesis released Abacab. So you mean to tell us all that ACAB graffiti has nothing to
20 years ago today, Tori Amos released Strange Little Girls. Masculine feminine.
30 years ago today, Uncle Tupelo released Still Feel Gone. No Depression named a magazine after UT’s first album; we
Happy birthday Guy Picciotto (Fugazi, Rites Of Spring). Buy a nice new outfit. Read our Fugazi Over/Under: The Over/Under: Fugazi
20 years ago today, Spiritualized released Let It Come Down. Ladies and gentlemen, we’re still floating in space. Read our
Happy birthday Hank Williams. You’re a long-gone daddy. Read Lydia Loveless in MAGNET on Williams, Loretta Lynn, Elvis Costello, the
30 years ago today, Guns N' Roses released Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II. Double trouble. Read
Happy birthday Mirah. Make it hot. Read our classic feature on her: Mirah: Character Building
30 years ago today, Hole released debut album Pretty On The Inside. It also marked Kim Gordon’s producing debut. Read