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Q&A: Say Lou Lou on Finally Wrapping Their ‘Lucid Dreaming’ Period

It's been a long couple of years for Australia-via-Sweden twin duo Say Lou Lou in trying to get their debut album Lucid Dreaming out the…
By: Andrew Unterberger / April 14, 2015

Will TIDAL Be a Success? The Streaming Industry Responds

When TIDAL rolled out a couple of weeks ago, it was met with some short-term excitement (Jay Z, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Madonna, Jack White, Deadmau5, and Kanye…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 13, 2015

Coachella 2015: SPIN’s Best Live Photos

Coachella's eventful first weekend has come to a close. SPIN was there recapping the festival for everyone who couldn't make it to the California desert, and…
By: SPIN Staff / April 13, 2015

SPIN 30: Your Hard Drive Reminisces About Beating ‘Kid A’ and a Simpler Time Before Tidal

On March 19, 1985, the first issue of SPIN hit newsstands. To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re revisiting a handful of records that the staff…
By: Theon Weber and Dan Weiss / April 13, 2015

SPIN 30: Cornershop Flash Back to ‘When I Was Born for the 7th Time’

On March 19, 1985, the first issue of SPIN hit newsstands. To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re revisiting a handful of records that the staff…
By: Andrew Unterberger / April 10, 2015

Try to Make Yourself a Work of Art: Liturgy’s Extra-Metal Ambition

Even when he’s not really trying, Hunter Hunt-Hendrix tends to deal in grandiose imagery. On one of those bitterly cold and unbearably bright late-January afternoo…
By: Colin Joyce / April 9, 2015

SPIN 30: Moby Recalls His ‘Everything Is Wrong’ Phase

On March 19, 1985, the first issue of SPIN hit newsstands. To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re revisiting a handful of records that the staff…
By: Andrew Unterberger / April 9, 2015

SPIN 30: Liz Phair Returns to ‘Exile in Guyville’

On March 19, 1985, the first issue of SPIN hit newsstands. To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re revisiting a handful of records that the staff…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 8, 2015

Q&A: The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle Talks Pro Wrestling-Themed New Album ‘Beat the Champ’

John Darnielle is this indie-rock generation's poet laureate, strumming too hard and singing too passionately to be a mere folkie, despite much of his catalog boiling…
By: Dan Weiss / April 7, 2015

Q&A: Foo Fighters’ Nate Mendel Enlists as Lieutenant on His First Solo Album

Nate Mendel is not used to the spotlight. "I've always been really comfortable being a sideman — a part of the band," the former Sunny…
By: Rachel Brodsky / April 7, 2015
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