Jidenna: The Classic Man With a (Semi-Secret) Plan

For his senior project at Massachusetts' prestigious Milton Academy, where kids would write the N-word on bathroom stalls and security guards threw black students off campus because…
By: Harley Brown / July 1, 2015

The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne Talks New Album and Miley Cyrus Collaborations

Wayne Coyne calls while driving around his lifelong hometown of Oklahoma City, where they’re braced for a “sloppy” tornado/flood situation in early May.
By: Dan Weiss / June 30, 2015

Apple Music: What Works (and What Doesn’t)

Apple Music is here! Well, technically it doesn't arrive for a few more hours, but in the meantime, SPIN had the chance to explore the service. The…
By: Harley Brown / June 30, 2015

RAC Is Enjoying the Singles Life in His Musical Second Act

Despite riding the momentum of a well received debut LP, RAC is emphatically not working on his sophomore album. André Allen Anjos, the founder and now sole member…
By: James Grebey / June 29, 2015

Miguel’s F**king Music

Miguel isn't a big man but he knows how to fill the space that he's in. That's not a metaphor — not yet, at least…
By: Chris Martins / June 29, 2015

Kool Things: SPIN’s 1990 Feature on Sonic Youth

[This article was originally published in the September 1990 issue of SPIN. To coincide with the 25th anniversary of Goo, we’re repromoting this feature, which feature…
By: Jim Greer / June 26, 2015

Refused’s New Punk Creed: You Are Part of the Problem

"I just got these jeans," Refused drummer David Sandström says as he stands up for a SPIN photo shoot. Like the strapping, dapper percussionist, every…
By: Rachel Brodsky / June 26, 2015

Best Coast’s Bethany Cosentino Is Now Confident Enough to Wear ‘High-Waisted Undies’

It's the swelteringly hot day of Best Coast's headlining performance at Brooklyn's Northside Festival, and frontwoman Bethany Cosentino is in the middle of explaining why the…
By: Harley Brown / June 26, 2015

Seinabo Sey’s Upcoming Debut Is ‘Burning a Hole in Her Soul’

After three years of work and two critically acclaimed EPs to her name, Swedish soul-pop singer Seinabo Sey says she's been stressing about putting the finishing touche…
By: Brennan Carley / June 25, 2015

How Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff Survives Summer Festivals With OCD

After his immense success with frontman Nate Ruess in fun. and then on his own as Bleachers, we shouldn't expect Jack Antonoff to slow down,…
By: Dan Weiss / June 24, 2015
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