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

Slow Change May Pull Us Apart: The Oral History of Simple Minds’ ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’

This February marks the 30th anniversary of The Breakfast Club, director John Hughes' classic teen-angst flick about five archetypal high school students (a brain, a…
By: Andrew Unterberger / February 24, 2015

Read an Excerpt From Robert Christgau’s Memoir ‘Going Into the City’

You probably wouldn't be reading this publication if Robert Christgau didn't largely invent rock criticism as we know it. Since 1967, the lifelong New Yorker…
By: SPIN Staff / February 23, 2015
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