Yo Gabba Gabba!
During the past three years, Yo Gabba Gabba! has become one of television and live entertainment’s biggest phenomenons. Fusing classic elements of kids’ TV with hip musical collaborations, the program and live performances have featured artists ranging from MGMT, The Shins and The Flaming Lips to Keller Williams, Citizen Cope and Lou Reed. Renowned music journalist and social critic Touré explores what it is about this children’s show that launched it into the cultural stratosphere.
To the Spheres and Back with Mike Gordon
Two years and one Phish reunion after releasing his critically-acclaimed solo album The Green Sparrow, Mike Gordon steps out on his own again with Moss. Relix catches up with the bassist shortly after Phish’s latest Halloween performance while he’s on the road with his solo band to find out what the future holds for one of the scene’s most recognizable personalities.
Gregg Allman: The Other Side of This Life
After years of hard living, Gregg Allman was forced to take a step back in last summer when he received a liver transplant to aid his recovery from Hepatitis C. Newly energized, Allman returns with his first solo album in more than a decade—a beautiful, bluesy collaboration with T-Bone Burnett called Low Country Blues. Relix spends time with Allman while exploring his health, the Burnett sessions and his dreams for the future.
JJ Grey & Mofro: Swamps, Soul & Survival
JJ Grey & Mofro have spent the past decade working their way from dives to marquee venues and festival spots around the world. The swampy blues, soulful vocals and Southern funk heard on his latest album, Georgia Warhorse, recall the classic sounds of ‘60s and ‘70s Southern rock.
Plus: 7 Walkers, Tallest Man on Earth, Toubab Krewe, MoogFest 2010, Maserati, Hill Country Revue, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Sublime with Rome, Social Distortion’s Mike Ness and much more!
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