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Desaparecidos Are the Band Who Reunites After 13 Years and Somehow Gets Better

Now that we have two albums to go by, one of the best things about a Desaparecidos record is how the Omaha five-piece sticks to…
By: Dan Weiss / July 7, 2015

Charanjit Singh, Pioneer of Acid House, Has Died

Charanjit Singh, the keyboardist and guitarist behind the influential 1982 album Synthesizing: Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat, died in his sleep on Sunday i…
By: Dan Weiss / July 6, 2015

The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne Talks New Album and Miley Cyrus Collaborations

Wayne Coyne calls while driving around his lifelong hometown of Oklahoma City, where they’re braced for a “sloppy” tornado/flood situation in early May.
By: Dan Weiss / June 30, 2015

Review: After 13 Years, Desaparecidos Return More Pi$$ed Than Ever on ‘Payola’

There’s a phobia among a certain kind of music fan that protest songs don’t date well, particularly the more specific they get. F—k that. Conor…
By: Dan Weiss / June 26, 2015

Review: Four Tet Lets the Light Win on the Brightly Raga-Tinged ‘Morning/Evening’

Kieran Hebden is who his 26-year-old compadre Jamie Smith wants to be someday, possibly today. Few electronic musicians get to enter their second decade a…
By: Dan Weiss / June 25, 2015

How Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff Survives Summer Festivals With OCD

After his immense success with frontman Nate Ruess in fun. and then on his own as Bleachers, we shouldn't expect Jack Antonoff to slow down,…
By: Dan Weiss / June 24, 2015

Jason Derulo Sets His Sights on Pop’s Throne

Jason Derulo is, first and foremost, an editor. The 25-year-old Miami native edits his torso in a gym routine so rigorous that it won him…
By: Dan Weiss / June 17, 2015

Bonnaroo 2015: The 17 Best Things We Saw

SPIN traveled to the 2015 edition of the long-running Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tennessee for four straight days of all manner of musical bliss. Begu…
By: Dan Weiss / June 15, 2015

Review: Jason Derulo Is Better Than ‘Bad,’ He’s Good on ‘Everything Is 4′

For a man who’s best-known for singing his name enough times to fill an hour, Jason Desrouleaux’s music really ascended when he decided it needed…
By: Dan Weiss / June 1, 2015

Review: Faith No More Leave Us Asking ‘What Is It?’ on ‘Sol Invictus’

Mike Patton retains his cult for making a 25-year career of Doing Whatever He Wants, less in the Tom Waits model than a more slovenly…
By: Dan Weiss / May 21, 2015

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