American bimonthly magazine covering mostly 60s & related musics. Formerly special focus on Grateful Dead. Now expanding scope to cover both old & new artists/groups. Quality interviews/reviews.
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Relix Magazine was launched in 1974 under the name Dead Relix. In its earliest incarnation, this hand-stapled, homegrown newsletter was an outlet for Grateful Dead tape trader avid concertgoers who taped and traded Grateful Dead concerts. The first issues were small (less than 20 pages), had hand-drawn black and white covers and focused on taping tips and Grateful Dead news. It also provided a forum for tape traders and music fanatics to communicate with each other.
- What You Can Do Onstage With New Records, CDs, Videos
- He's Only 38 and He Knows How to Nasty
- Relix Magazine's April/May '06 special on Frank Zappa