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Why Sharon Van Etten May Quit Playing Music (and Become a Shrink)

Sharon Van Etten knows what it is to voice her feelings. Through three albums of saturnine folk and indie-rock, the 33-year-old raven-haired, mahogany-eyed singer-songwriter ha…
David Bevan / August 18, 2014

Q&A: Wild Beasts Talk B-Sides, the Holy Grail, and Hobbits

Last month, truly uncategorizable English outfit Wild Beasts arrived in the U.S. for a pair of sold-out shows on both coasts, in support of the…
David Bevan / April 9, 2014

Northern Lights, Southern Cross: The Gentle Devastation of Doug Paisley

Outside of Chatsworth, Ontario, Doug Paisley stops for gas and directions. “Excuse me,” the 37-year-old singer-songwriter says, to a windburned woman in a white ski…
David Bevan / January 28, 2014

David Bevan’s 25 Best Albums of 2013

To finish out the year, we'll be offering the top 25 albums from various SPIN staffers. Today, Senior Editor David Bevan.
David Bevan / December 23, 2013

Vampire Weekend Are 2013’s Band of the Year

“I see the narrative that people want to craft: ‘Oh these guys started out as a bunch of fuckin’ goofballs, and now they’re getting into…
David Bevan / December 4, 2013

Ceci N’est Pas un Objet: No Age Get Physical for Their Handmade ‘An Object’

Dean Spunt: I was getting interested in manufacturing in general, looking into making and die-cutting my own vinyl labels. But I used thinking about physically…
David Bevan / November 15, 2013

The Escape Artist: Cass McCombs’ Mercurial Brilliance

Crouching on an island of rotten linoleum, hammer in hand, Cass McCombs proposes some friendly competition. “If you’re lucky, you’ll get an entire tile to…
David Bevan / October 16, 2013

Lou Barlow ‘Defends’ Himself

In 1987, Lou Barlow recorded a song named "Poledo," a spectral, six-minute tangle of ukelele and noise-abetted moans that had very little in common with…
David Bevan / September 18, 2013

Bill Callahan Rolls on Like a River

“Bill, can you make some mountains?” A great wind is rolling through Bill Callahan’s home, toward a bare corner room that he’s made his office.
David Bevan / September 17, 2013

The SPIN Interview: Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner

"It’s like literature, isn't it?" says Alex Turner, sitting in the back garden of a downtown Manhattan hotel, still bleary-eyed from a late night. "It'…
David Bevan / September 10, 2013

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