The Magnetic Fields

WIN STUFF: Win 2 tickets to see The Magnetic Fields Sunday 11/18


If you’re a fan of indie rock, then chances are your also fan of The Magnetic Fields. Fronted by master songsmith Stephen Merritt, the band has spent the better part of two decades  weirdly beautiful pop gems that aren’t afraid to explore the darker side of things.

Earlier this year, the band made a stop at the at the legendary 9:30 Club in support of their latest effort, Love At The Bottom Of The Sea, and now they’re BACK  for a two night stand at the Historic Synagogue at Sixth and I this Saturday and Sunday!

The first night of this run is now SOLD OUT, but we've got a pair of tickets to give away for night two, and and here's what you've gotta do to get em!:

  1. Leave a comment below with a valid email address telling us what/who attracts/repels you the most. 
  2. Tweet out or retweet the following:
    "RT to enter to win 2 tix to see @TheMagFields at @sixthandI on THIS SUNDAY!! @chunkyglasses @930Club #69LoveSongs #FREERAWKRULES"

We'll pick a winner random Friday at noon, so make with the entering people, and GOOD LUCK!!!

Not feeling lucky? Tickets are still available right HERE!

ChunkyGlasses THE PODCAST - Episode 5: Taking Off The Sock

In which the team seeks answers to universal mysteries like catfights at a Magnetic Fields show, Star Wars disco, and  Kevin offers up tips on how to prevent a bear attack PLUS new music from M. Ward, Alabama Shakes, Eidolons, Chromatics and Colorado's Lumineers. 

So grab a seat, grab a beer and strap in, because this might get ugly.

REVIEW: Love At The Bottom Of The Sea - The Magnetic Fields

One might that think that 69 love songs would be enough for one band to write and record, but The Magnetic Fields’ latest album, Love at the Bottom of the Sea, shows us that songwriter Stephin Merritt has at least another fifteen love songs to bring forth. In fact, this latest album feels like an addendum to the 1999's 69 Love Songs. For those unfamiliar with the album, it is just as its title describes—69 back-to-back tracks about love. But it’s not full of your usual sappy, straightforward, heteronormative love songs. 69 Love Songs and now Love at the Bottom of the Sea explore love from many angles, in all its glorious (and not so glorious) permutations.