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Nashville’s Bleed the Pigs Grind Against the Grain

Kayla Philips has a lot on her mind. Last October, the Nashville transplant hit upon the perfect outlet when she and guitarist David Hobbs were…
By: Kim Kelly / June 17, 2014

Hundred Waters Run Deep

You can see it driving south on Interstate 17, a cluster of buildings sticking up like a mirage out of the crags and canyons of…
By: Garrett Kamps / June 16, 2014

Photos: Hundred Waters Run Deep

Over Memorial Day, 2014, L.A.-via-Gainseville quartet Hundred Waters gathered bands, friends, and fans at the "experimental town" of Arcosanti, Arizona, for a three-day celebration of the release…
By: SPIN Staff / June 16, 2014

Clear Skies for Cloud Nothings

Outside a craftsman home in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Eagle Rock is when you begin to hear the screaming. It's a typically sunny spring…
By: Puja Patel / June 13, 2014

White Fence Leaves Home-Recording Behind on ‘For the Recently Found Innocent’

While Tim Presley was recording demos for his upcoming Drag City debut, For the Recently Found Innocent, something felt inexplicably off for the Los Angele…
By: Paula Mejia / June 13, 2014

Shopping With Travi$ Scott: Houston Grills and Kanye Thrills

After arriving at Manhattan's Dover Street Market, a high-end, multistoried designer boutique on 30th and Lexington, Travi$ Scott sat down on the steps and started…
By: Puja Patel / June 12, 2014

Young Adult Friction: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart’s Rebirth

Kip Berman loves to talk about bands. The boyish 34-year-old singer-guitarist — who leads the oh-so-preciously named group the Pains of Being Pure at Heart…
By: Kyle McGovern / June 12, 2014

Q&A: Mannie Fresh Talks Bounce, Brass Bands, and Twerking for Pop

When Mannie Fresh released his cheery 1989 single "Buck Jump Time" alongside his friend and rapper Gregory D, he didn't know it would later become know…
By: Puja Patel / June 11, 2014

Q&A: Will Ferrell and Chad Smith Challenge Metallica’s Lars Ulrich to Drum-Off

Will Ferrell may have gotten the best of Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith in their The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon drum-off last…
By: Marc Hogan / June 10, 2014

Q&A: Ice-T Returns With Body Count to Call Out Pop Stars and Scare ‘SVU’ Fans

It's been 22 years since Ice-T released the highly controversial "Cop Killer" with his thrash-metal band Body Count, and though the pioneering rapper has bee…
By: Dan Reilly / June 10, 2014
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