New Orleans knows how to throw one hell of a Halloween party. This weekend, Eminem, Kiss, Jane's Addiction, the Flaming Lips, and many other acts gathered in the Big Easy's City Park for the 11th annual Voodoo Music Experience. And music fans who braved the rain received musical treats aplenty -- including a spooky set from Slim Shady, which cast the Detroit rapper as a psycho murderer. Read all about Eminem's rare show here, and get reviews from all three days of the fest here. Click on to see SPIN's best photos from Voodoo.
Halfway through Ruban Nielson’s explorative third LP, Multi-Love, the bipolar “Extreme Wealth and Casual Cruelty” fractures momentarily into reverberating shards, creaking like a bridge collapsing as a murky guitar yowls in the background. Coming so soon after a silky smooth, Steely Dan-referencing guitar solo courtesy of his equally musical father Chris Nielson, it’s a tonally… More »