I like most guitar mags, but I guess that's different. I guess I like "American Songwriter", good selection of articles. I like Relix, not as good as they used to be, but they had to diversify, also, the Allman Brother's "Hittin' The Note" is a good magazine. Rolling Stone and Billboard are good for industry facts and news. "No Depression" in Print was the best, always would look for that first and Barnes and Noble usually had it.
That made me laugh, David. Then I realised I have 70s copies of Crawdaddy (great music mag!) and Mother Jones I delve into occasionally. The older the magazines get, the more interesting the ads become.
A few other have mentioned it, but Australia's Rhythms is the closest thing to our late lamented print edition of No Depression. Rhythms was founded in Melbourne in 1992 by broadcaster Brian Wise. Brian handed the reigns over to Martin Jones, based in Byron Bay, a few years ago, but still writes for the magazine. Brian also presents a weekly radio program on Melbourne's 3RRR, which is essential listening. The thing that distinguishes Rhythms from Mojo, Q, Uncut and the rest is the focus on roots music - folk, blues, Americana, jazz etc. Apart from the print edition, Rhythms has a newly revamped website which is well worth checking out. Brian also runs a cool website for Off The Record.