Features

Express Yourself: What Is Madonna’s Greatest Era?

As we prepare for — and, in some cases, reorganize — Madonna's 13th studio album, Rebel Heart, it's tough not to refect on the 56-year-old…
By: SPIN Staff / March 9, 2015

Kurt Vile Talks ‘All Over the Place’ New Album

Kurt Vile keeps late hours. "Somewhere between midnight and three," the singer-songwriter says, "maybe the best stuff happens." It's late February and the 35-year-old has take…
By: Kyle McGovern / March 6, 2015

Review: Björk’s MoMA Retrospective Digs Deep, Despite Technological Glitches

If any late-20th-century pop star was going to land her work in a hallowed institution of contemporary art, it was always going to be Björk.
By: Colin Joyce / March 5, 2015

The Sound and the Furry: Making a Psychedelic Muppet With Dan Deacon

"Do I have to put the eyes where the eyes go, or can they go anywhere?" Dan Deacon asks, looming over a mess of dismembered…
By: James Grebey / March 3, 2015

A Queer Feminist Hears Sleater-Kinney for the Very First Time Live at Terminal 5

Much to the dismay of a large portion of my friends, I had never seen or listened to Sleater-Kinney until last night at Terminal 5…
By: Rebecca Weinberger / February 27, 2015

Better Know the Districts: Talking With the Underage Band at Their Breakout Moment

The Districts were in the middle of a pretty big day when SPIN talked to them earlier this month. The midnight before, the garage-rock quartet'…
By: Andrew Unterberger / February 27, 2015

Q&A: Kelly Clarkson Talks ‘Piece By Piece,’ Identity Politics, and Recording While Pregnant

On March 3, pop superstar Kelly Clarkson will release her seventh studio album, Piece By Piece. It's a largely anthem-driven project that's been in the making…
By: Brennan Carley / February 27, 2015

Q&A: TLC Look Back on Their First Decade and Ahead to Their Final Album

With all due respect to En Vogue, Boyz II Men, and a little-known act called Destiny's Child, TLC — the trio of Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins,…
By: Dan Weiss / February 26, 2015

Who Is Cashmere Cat? A Primer

Ty Dolla $ign recently linked up with Charli XCX and Tinashe for the rubbery synth-pop burner "Drop That Kitty" — a ridiculous, candy-coated confection that features productio…
By: Brennan Carley / February 25, 2015

Q&A: Robert Christgau on His Memoir ‘Going Into the City’ and Not Loving the War on Drugs

Talking to Robert Christgau is an experience unlike any other — unless you know of any other septuagenarians who are fully capable of discussing the…
By: Dan Weiss / February 24, 2015
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