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Published: 2013/06/06

June

Dawes: The New American Storytellers

With the release of their new record, Stories Don’t End, Dawes have cemented themselves as the next great American rock storytellers. Formed in 2008, Dawes began their methodical ascent, thanks to restrained, purposeful songwriting, relentless touring and several opportunities to back legends such as Robbie Robertson and Jackson Browne. They are now poised to become major headliners on their own. As editor Josh Baron finds, the road to success for Dawes is one that they are happy to travel slowly with the aim of making music a lifelong career.

The 13th Annual Relix Festival Guide

Once again, we are proud to present the summer’s ultimate festival guide. From Mountain Jam’s wooded hills to Bonnaroo’s open fields, Lollapalooza’s urban jungle to Equifunk’s intimate camp setting, and High Sierra’s playshops to Northwest String Summit’s peacocks, we have the rundown on every festival you could possibly imagine. We’ve also caught up with more than a dozen of this season’s biggest stars, from tour mainstays like The Flaming Lips, moe. and John Scofield to fresh faces like The Revivalists, Lord Huron and Alt-J.

Plus: Bob Weir, Boz Scaggs, White Denim, Portugal. The Man, Jackie Greene, Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris, Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, 40 live improvisation-based albums, Tom Curren, Barn Owl, Bombino and much more!

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