The Relix Audio Hour is a podcast supplement to Relix magazine. A unique audio experience for music fans of all varieties, it will present everything from exclusive interviews to concert and album reviews in a compact, easily listenable format.
“This is a podcast for music lovers like you and me, and we hope to turn you on to some cool things along the way,” host/producer Jesse Lauter explains in Episode 1.
Now available via Google Play, iTunes, Simplecast and Stitcher Audio, our debut episode has something for everyone: Leon Bridges discusses the making of his highly-anticipated album, “Good Thing” with Bill Murphy; contributing writer Jesse Jarnow reviews Bob Weir & Phil Lesh’s recent tour, where they “stripped-down” the Grateful Dead catalog with guests Trey Anastasio (Phish) and Larry Campbell (Bob Dylan); and finally, Phish’s songwriter Tom Marshall, along with RJ Bee, explain their new venture, the Osiris Podcast Network. Our theme music is provided courtesy of keyboard extraordinaire Marco Benevento.
“Welcome to debut episode of The Relix Audio Hour,” Relix editor Dean Budnick tells the listener. “Just as that name has a classic feel, we hope the content will similarly reflect the timeless, enduring nature of all we do at Relix magazine and over at our websites Relix.com and Jambands.com.”