My Morning Jacket: Outta My System
Three years and one onstage injury after releasing 2008’s Evil Urges, My Morning Jacket returns with Circuital. Recorded in Kentucky at the
band’s new studio, Circuital echoes back MMJ’s earlier, not-quite Americana sound while still exploring the experimental sounds of the group’s most recent work. Longtime My Morning Jacket scribe William Bowers—whose early essay of the band was featured in Da Capo’s Best Music Writing 2004 waxes poetic on the album and its place in the MMJ canon. In a companion piece, Relix hears from band members about their storied past, their current release Circuital and the future of one of America’s best live acts.
The 11th Annual Relix Festival Guide
Relix is once again proud to present this summer’s definitive music festival guide. From Bonnaroo to Camp Creek, DelFest to moe.down, A Bear’s Picnic to Pitchfork, we have the skinny on this summer’s festival circuit. In addition to inside tips and a guide to the players who are shaping this year’s festival scene, Relix has profiled some of this summer’s rising stars, including Cornmeal, Beats Antique, Head for the Hills, Smith Westerns, Greensky Bluegrass, Soul Rebels Brass Band and more.
Happy 10th Birthday, Bonnaroo
On the eve of the 10th annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Relix retraces the festival’s colorful history through extensive lists, sit-in reports, schedules, photos and other geeky facts that you may have forgotten (or never knew!). Warren Haynes, Béla Fleck, Grace Potter, Brett Dennen and members of Widespread Panic, Kings of Leon and Galactic also share their Bonnaroo memories.
Plus The Low Anthem, Bela Fleck, A Tribute to Bear, Allison Krauss, Bowlive, Furthur, The Allman Brothers Band and much more.
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