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Relix

Launched in 1974 as a newsletter devoted to connecting people who recorded Grateful Dead concerts, Relix later expanded to become a general interest music magazine, focusing on live music including band interviews, and reviews of albums, music videos and concerts. It is published 8 times a year from New York, and is now accompanied by an online magazine.

6 articles

Blondie: They're A Group! Not A Girl!

Comment by Howie Klein, Relix, June 1979

SEE THE PICTURE of the blonde? That's Debbie Harry. That's NOT Blondie. Blondie's Clem Burke (drums), Jimmy Destri (keyboards), Debbie Harry (vocals), Nigel Harrison (bass), ...

Jefferson Airplane: The Jefferson Airplane Chronicles: Marty Balin

Interview by Jeff Tamarkin, Relix, April 1993

READING THE following interview, one might get a sense that there are two Marty Balins. ...

Lucinda Williams: Westside Story: Lucinda Williams' Confessions of Love, Lust and Violence

Profile and Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Relix, February 2007

LUCINDA WILLIAMS is a little distracted. She keeps popping up from her seat, perched between the four overstuffed pillows that are arranged artfully on her ...

The Black Keys: Blackroc: Cold Fusion

Profile and Interview by Alan Light, Relix, January 2010

NEVER BEFORE HAVE THE PURE ELEMENTS OF HIP-HOP AND ROCK BEEN SUCCESSFULLY CATALYZED TO CREATE SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW – UNTIL NOW. BLAKROC, THE CREATION OF ...

Grateful Dead: Deadicated: Tom Constanten

Interview by Jeff Tamarkin, Relix, 2 September 2014

OF THE DOZEN musicians who passed through the ranks of the Grateful Dead during their three-decade run, only one full-time keyboardist survives. Yet Tom Constanten, ...

Robert Plant: The World's Roar

Retrospective and Interview by Alan Light, Relix, December 2014

AT FIRST GLANCE, you don't notice him. It's a little hard to believe – he is, after all, one of the most recognizable, distinctive, and ...

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