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Bob Thiele and the Forest Rangers Enlist Alison Mosshart for ‘Trying to Believe’

Though he’s penned tunes for Bonnie Raitt and Ray Charles, songwriter/composer Bob Thiele is best known to TV audiences as the music supervisor — and…
Andrew Unterberger / May 20, 2015

Listen to Claptone’s Enchanting ‘Dear Life’

The ever-mysterious Claptone, responsible for some of the most intriguing original productions and remixes in house music over the last few years, will finally be…
Andrew Unterberger / May 20, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Courtney Love, La Luz, Active Child, 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 ’90s grunge-punk queens,…
SPIN Staff / May 19, 2015

Stream So Stressed’s Post-Hardcore LP, ‘The Unlawful Trade of Greco-Roman Art’

Less then a second into the debut LP The Unlawful Trade of Greco-Roman Art, and Sacramento trio So Stressed has fully revealed their plan of…
Andrew Unterberger / May 19, 2015

POP ETC Catch a ‘Bad Break’ on Action-Packed New Single

After making a resounding comeback with the shimmering synth-rock blast “Running in Circles,” California-via-Brooklyn trio POP ETC (formerly known as the Morning Benders) have gone…
Andrew Unterberger / May 19, 2015

Go Deep With Synth-Pop Sixpiece Kid Astray on New Single ‘Diver’

A sextet from Oslo, Norway, Kid Astray have released a run of singles since forming a couple years ago that haven proven them among Scandinavia’…
Andrew Unterberger / May 18, 2015

The Velvet Teen Return After Nine Years With Serene New Single, ‘The Giving In’

It’s been nine years since Santa Rosa indie-rock trio the Velvet Teen released their last album, 2006’s Cum Laude!, but this summer they’re coming back with…
James Grebey / May 18, 2015

Mother Falcon Spread Their Wings on Jazz-Funk-Flecked ‘Kid’

Austin-based classical-pop collective Mother Falcon will soon fly back into your life with their third studio album, Good Luck Have Fun (out on August 14…
Rachel Brodsky / May 18, 2015

Psymon Spine Reveal a Rainbow of Genres on Self-Titled EP

Their name might conjure up images of high-school biology class, but Saratoga Springs electro-meets-experimental-pop collective Psymon Spine sound more like a Friday-night dance — one…
Rachel Brodsky / May 15, 2015

Stream Another New (Ten-Minute!) Track From Sun Kil Moon’s Upcoming Album

Ten minutes, 11 hours, a million thoughts… just your average Mark Kozelek song, right? No one knew what direction the man who performs as Su…
Dan Weiss / May 14, 2015
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