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Still Drumming: Georgia Brings London to New York

The audience for Georgia’s headlining performance at Baby’s All Right in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is hard to pin down. There’s a lanky tall guy in the…
Andrew Stone / August 27, 2015

Metric Already Have Their Next Album Mapped Out

Toronto’s “emotionally primitive” (their description, not ours) synth-rock group Metric are still learning new things about themselves. “It feels like we’re growing, thank God, because otherwise we’d…
Margaret Farrell / August 26, 2015

Ten DJs and Producers Discuss SoundCloud’s Future

Lately, SoundCloud’s troubles have been many, and confusing: Following reports that the Berlin-based streaming service was running “dangerously low on cash,” a slew of internet radio…
Harley Brown / August 26, 2015

Christine and the Queens: The Gender-Defying Chanteuse With a Plan

Dressed in all black at New York’s Sunflower Diner, Christine and the Queens — a.k.a. French singer-songwriter Héloïse Letissier —  sits gleefully in front of a giant stack of…
Brennan Carley / August 26, 2015

A Revisionist History: Yo La Tengo Pick Their All-Time Favorite Covers

A couple of weeks ago, Yo La Tengo started a Spotify playlist to compile the songs they’ve covered over the course of their three-plus decade…
Colin Joyce / August 26, 2015

Imma Let You Finish But Kanye West Is One of the Least Video-Driven Pop Icons of All Time

Rarely is an artist’s career as defined by so many facets as Kanye West’s: his singles have topped the charts, his albums have routinely steamrolled…
Dan Weiss / August 25, 2015

20 Feet From Stardom: Deradoorian Leaves It All Behind

North Brooklyn has changed since the last time Angel Deradoorian was here. Condos have gone up, long-running independent venues have come down, and families with…
Colin Joyce / August 25, 2015

We Quizzed Disclosure on Their Big-Name ‘Caracal’ Collaborators

Though it’s early in the morning at the Meatpacking District’s hottest hotel, the Standard, when the Disclosure brothers — Howard and Guy Lawrence, British dance’…
Brennan Carley / August 24, 2015

Chelsea Wolfe Lives in the Woods, Hangs at Biker Bars, and Finds Herself

The video for “Carrion Flowers,” a shivering dirge that opens Chelsea Wolfe’s recently released fourth album, Abyss, like the beast slouching towards Bethlehem, is nightmarish. Black…
Harley Brown / August 21, 2015

SPINfighting: What Should the New Justin Bieber Single Sound Like?

As the roundtable format has grown into an effectively direct way for a publication to think out loud for its readers’ perusal, we’re happy to…
SPIN Staff / August 21, 2015
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