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Features

Sunday, January 13 2008

Hospitals and Baseball Games: An Interview with Magnolia Electric Co.

Jason Molina seems to write more often than he changes recording names, and the result is a recent box set from Magnolia Electric Co.


Monday, December 17 2007

The Best Americana of 2007

If 2007 didn't invite any gripping controversies, it was certainly filled with competitive comparisons -- between young and old, past and present, and among splintered factions -- and both surprising hits and disappointing misses. All in all, a dynamic and at times resurgent year for the broad scope of Americana.


Columns

Tuesday, April 9 2013

What Comes After the Jason Molina Is Gone Blues?

The late Jason Molina was never anything but honest about his trials and errors, his long dark blues, and his farewell transmissions.


Reviews

Monday, July 20 2009

Magnolia Electric Co.: Josephine

Years from now, we should look back at Magnolia Electric Co. and say that, at the height of their powers -- as they are on Josephine -- they were one of the finest bands going.


Thursday, November 1 2007

Magnolia Electric Co.: Sojourner

Four discs of lost and found material from the workingman's workingman, Jason Molina, constitute a celebration of his band's work better than any best-of retrospective could hope to.


Monday, September 18 2006

Magnolia Electric Co.: Fading Trails

Good songs culled from four different sessions for four different albums makes Magnolia's latest scatterbrained and unsatisfying.


Monday, October 10 2005

Magnolia Electric Co.: Hard to Love a Man EP

Jason Molina and company show that they still have energy to spare.


Wednesday, June 1 2005

Magnolia Electric Co.: What Comes After the Blues

Magnolia Electric Co.'s studio debut is humbler and quieter, but (never fear!) as yearning and high-lonesome as ever.


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