New Music

Malportado Kids Rail Against the Patriarchy on ‘Basta Huedo’

You can always count on Providence's Victoria Ruiz to shout something politically salient, and the punk-rock heroine does so with her usual ire in Malportado…
By: Rachel Brodsky / May 13, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Girlpool, Nicolas Jaar, Bang Gang, and More

Welcome to SPIN‘s Singles Mix! SPIN staffers have rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from Norwegian ice-pop singers,…
By: SPIN Staff / May 12, 2015

Diamond Youth Delight in Hard-Edged Power-Pop on New LP ‘Nothing Matters’

Diamond Youth’s fourth release (but first official LP) Nothing Matters is full of muttering guitars and the boiling clamor of brittle distortion. Although the member…
By: Margaret Farrell / May 12, 2015

Du Blonde Pushes Dirt Under Her Nails on ‘Welcome Back to Milk’

Du Blonde, a Newcastle-based singer-songwriter formerly known as Beth Jeans Houghton, doesn't sound like you remember. Just last year, her 2009 track, the plucky "I Will…
By: Rachel Brodsky / May 12, 2015

Cheerleader Smile Through the Haze on ‘Sunshine of Your Youth’

Cheerleader, a Philly haze-pop outfit whose music sounds every bit as peppy as their name, are ingeniously releasing their debut album, The Sunshine of Your Youth, just…
By: Caitlin Gallagher / May 11, 2015

Kopecky Are Dancing Their Way Through it on ‘Drug for the Modern Age’

The Tennessee six-piece Kopecky -- formerly known as the Kopecky Family Band -- are back with their sophomore album, Drug for the Modern Age, a collectio…
By: Caitlin Gallagher / May 11, 2015

Prince Tributes ‘Baltimore’ on Surprise Single

Last week, we heard news that Prince had recorded a "tribute to all of the people of the city of Baltimore" at his Paisley Park…
By: Colin Joyce / May 9, 2015

LÁ-BAS Journey to Funk-Filled Cosmos On Their Self-Titled Debut

Sometimes the value of a supergroup is solely based on the famed names of the artists involved and rarely on the art produced therein., fortunately…
By: Margaret Farrell / May 7, 2015

Summer Fiction Wraps Sunny Indie-Pop Melodies in ‘Perfume Paper’

With its Brian Wilson-like melodic levity and Johnny Marr-influenced guitar jangle, Summer Fiction's "Perfume Paper" is — without being too on-the-nose — every bit a…
By: Rachel Brodsky / May 6, 2015

Stream Fool’s Gold’s Soaring New Album ‘Flying Lessons’

Fool's Gold, the Afropop-influenced dance-rock fourpiece, knew knew exactly what they were doing dropping their latest album, Flying Lessons, right at the beginning of summer.
By: Connor O'Brien / May 6, 2015
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