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KINS Go Big on ‘Little Dancer’

Almost nothing sounds small on "Little Dancer," the latest single from the Stockholm/London-based quartet KINS. The second track they've shared from their upcoming Cyclical EP, it's an almost nine-minute…
Tree Palmedo / June 17, 2015

Grave Babies Sound All Grown Up on New Wave-y Single ‘Something Awful’

Since the release of their last collection of sonic muck, Crusher, Seattle's Grave Babies have grown up, both in numbers and in sound. For Holographic Violence,…
Colin Joyce / June 17, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Kevin Saunderson, the Radio Dept., Vanessa Carlton, 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 rock'n'roll high school…
SPIN Staff / June 16, 2015

Lena Fayre Paints With ‘Colors of Leaving’ on New Single

At 18 years of age, L.A.-based singer-songwriter Lena Fayre has already amassed an impressive and well-received collection of moody pop ballads—and a few million YouTube…
Tree Palmedo / June 15, 2015

Creepoid Get Pretty and Vacant on ‘Cemetery Highrise Slum’ LP

Philadelphia's Creepoid has been quietly churning out slow, heavy, and foreboding rock songs over the course of four releases in the last five years, but…
Colin Joyce / June 15, 2015

Fassine Surrender to Deadening ‘Sunshine’ on Haunting Single

Despite the title, ‘Sunshine’ is an eerie and ominous introduction to the intriguing Fassine. ‘Sunshine’ is the British group’s first single from their debut album…
Margaret Farrell / June 12, 2015

Mail the Horse Conjure Up ‘Holy Motel Magic’ on New Single

New York folk-rock quintet Mail the Horse are prepping the release of their new album Planet Gates, and they've just shared a simmering track called "Holy…
Tree Palmedo / June 11, 2015

Helm Cleans Up Well on the Bleak and Beautiful ‘Olympic Mess’

London-based sound artist Luke Younger has generally used his Helm project to offer bitter, claustrophobic records full of synthesized clutter and debris. The title of…
Colin Joyce / June 11, 2015

Stream Yukon Blonde’s Synth-Heavy LP ‘On Blonde’

Vancouver's Yukon Blonde have built their career on fuzzy guitars and massive power-pop hooks, which most recently anchored their 2012 LP Tiger Talk. On their latest full-length, On Blonde,…
Tree Palmedo / June 10, 2015

Summer Fiction Is Picking Up Good Vibrations on the Beach Boys-Loving ‘Himalaya’

There's no harm in emulating your idols as long as you bring something new to the conversation. Bill Ricchini — a.k.a. Summer Fiction — is…
Rachel Brodsky / June 10, 2015

Watch FMLYBND Play a Set in the Middle of a Convenience Store

The Swisher Sweets Artist Project is an ongoing initiative that creates opportunities for both artists and fans—artists get the chance to share and pursue their passion,…

SPIN Singles Mix: Travi$ Scott, Ducktails, Bilal, 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 New Jersey guitar-pop…
SPIN Staff / June 9, 2015

Stream Citizen’s Arresting ‘Everybody Is Going to Heaven’ LP

The members of Citizen are split between Toledo, Ohio and Detroit, Michigan and they've traditionally made music that hews closely to their Midwestern roots. Their…
Colin Joyce / June 9, 2015

Nightjacket Reassure ‘It’s Alright’ on New Single

From its reverb-drenched opening chord, Nightjacket's lovely and wistful new track "It's Alright" pegs the Los Angeles five-piece as a bunch of hopeless romantics. Buoyed by the smoky, chanteuse-like vocals…
Tree Palmedo / June 9, 2015

Vundabar Turn Up the Summer Heat on ‘Oulala’

Next month, the jangly Boston trio Vundabar will release their sophomore album Gawk. The latest single they've shared, the roaring "Oulala," treads in pop territory, but it also traffics in…
Tree Palmedo / June 8, 2015

Ronnie Stone & the Lonely Riders Relive the Neon ’80s on ‘Live 2 Ride | Ride 2 Live’

Keytar-toting Brooklyn songwriter Ronnie Stone opens his latest spaced out synth-pop track with the admission that "lately [he's] been stuck in time." If you're not…
Colin Joyce / June 8, 2015

Austin Punks Institute Aim For ‘Catharsis’ on Austere Debut Album

As members of Wiccans, Back to Back, and local legends Glue, the four Austinites in Institute have all made their own headway pushing at the…
Colin Joyce / June 5, 2015

COIN Spread Dream-Pop Joy in Three Brand-New Tracks

Just ahead of their self-titled debut record (out on June 8 via Columbia, currently available for pre-order on iTunes), Nashville indie-pop performers COIN have three…
Rachel Brodsky / June 5, 2015

The Legends Have ‘Something Left To Die For’ in Brooding New Single

Blame it on their country's endless frigid weather, but Swedish pop acts love to lyrically expose a person's darkest emotions and simultaneously obscure them in foamy…
Rachel Brodsky / June 4, 2015

Young Empires Bask in the Alt-Pop ‘Sunshine’

With luminous, reverbing synths and the pinched vocals of Matthew Vlahovich, the Toronto trio Young Empires have delivered the indie-pop delicacy ‘Sunshine.’ The track is…
Margaret Farrell / June 4, 2015
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