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First Spin: Hear the Juan MacLean’s ‘Everybody Get Close’

New York City dance imprint DFA Records is experiencing a bit of a renaissance this fall, between the Rapture's return with their excellent disc In…
Peter Gaston / October 11, 2011

ALBUM PREMIERE: Evanescence’s Self-Titled Return

Evanescence's Amy Lee drops a surprising F-bomb when discussing her band's new album: "The record is FUN -- and that's a totally new thing for…
Peter Gaston / October 7, 2011

EXCLUSIVE: Hear Evanescence Song Premiere

It's taken five years for Amy Lee to solidify Evanescence's latest lineup and complete their third album, a self-titled effort that arrives in stores Oct.
Peter Gaston / October 4, 2011

ALBUM PREMIERE: Crooked Fingers’ Boozy Opus

Crooked Fingers has been Eric Bachmann's primary band for the past decade, but before that, he fronted Archers of Loaf, the seminal college rock act…
Peter Gaston / October 4, 2011

IN THE STUDIO: Emily Haines Talks Metric LP

Last November, Metric capped their first decade as a band with gigs at NYC's Museum of Modern Art and Miami's edgy Art Basel festival, and…
Peter Gaston / October 3, 2011

Portishead’s Geoff Barrow Picks ATP Faves

This Friday, when the three-day American version of the eclectic All Tomorrow's Parties festival kicks off in Asbury Park, New Jersey, British downtempo pioneers Portishead…
Peter Gaston / September 28, 2011

EXCLUSIVE: Afrojack, All Access With the Star DJ

Ever wonder what a typical weekend looks like for a superstar DJ? As part of our Dance Issue, we spent time with Afrojack, aka Nick…
Peter Gaston / September 27, 2011

ALBUM PREMIERE: Modeselektor Tap Thom Yorke

Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary have been making music as Modeselektor for some 15 years. But the Berlin-based duo truly jumped up a few rungs…
Peter Gaston / September 20, 2011

EXCLUSIVE: M83 Hit Gets Gorgeous Remix

"Midnight City," the lead single off French electronic auteur M83's forthcoming double-album Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, is one of this year's most addictive, effervescent songs…
Peter Gaston / September 7, 2011

Justice Drop Clip for New Album’s Title Track

If you imagined that the recording process for French electro-house duo Justice (whose name you must pronounce in an appropriately French manner "YOOS-teece") took place…
Peter Gaston / September 6, 2011

ALBUM PREMIERE: L.A. Up-and-Comers Grouplove

We've been digging L.A. quintet Grouplove's sunny, folk-tinged pop songs for nearly a year now, from their breakthrough single "Colours" (and its provocative video), through…
Peter Gaston / September 6, 2011

EXCLUSIVE: Hear JEFF the Brotherhood’s Faves

Nashville sibling duo JEFF the Brotherhood have been one of SPIN's favorite bands of the past year, thanks to their fuzzbombed recordings and their unforgettable…
Peter Gaston / August 31, 2011

WATCH: Danish Punks Iceage Invade America

Danish noise-punks Iceage are among 2011's most vital newcomers, and their debut album, New Brigade, is one of the year's best, so far. Just last…
Peter Gaston / August 30, 2011

DJ Shadow Returns With First Video, New Sound

Earlier this week, pioneering beatsmith DJ Shadow unveiled "I'm Excited," the first song off The Less You Know, The Better, his first album in five…
Peter Gaston / August 25, 2011

LISTEN: Bon Iver, James Blake Team Up

Bon Iver's Justin Vernon and British dubstep whiz James Blake made two of this year's best albums, both self-titled, both self-assured. Vernon's enchanted, electro-folk opus…
Peter Gaston / August 25, 2011

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