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Sky Ferreira Shoots and Shoplifts in Dusty ‘Sad Dream’ Video

Sky Ferreira's new Ghost EP is only five tracks long, but it's varied and accomplished enough to make good on the 20-year-old singer's unlikely five-years-and-counting as an…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2012

Bob Mould Rips Through ‘Keep Believing’ on ‘Conan’

Bob Mould keeps making a fierce case for Silver Age. Not just the former Hüsker Dü and Sugar frontman's new Merge solo album, but also the 52-year-old…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2012

Vice Cooler Turns Peaches Into a Werewolf for ‘Lost in a Dream’

SPIN first met Vice Cooler as lead screamer in punk crew XBXRX, and then again under his lo-fi rap guise Hawnay Toof, but the multifaceted…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2012

Paul Banks Plays Bittersweet ‘Young Again’ on Audience-Free ‘Letterman’

Paul Banks has "always been fascinated by" skyscrapers, the Interpol frontman, who has also recorded under the alias Julian Plenti, told SPIN's David Marchese this…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2012

See Lost Animal’s Bassist Go Zombie in ‘Say No to Thugs’

Australia's Lost Animal is a long-limbed master of cool seemingly beamed in from a dimension where keyboards, not guitars, are the preferred armament of the…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2012

The Faint Shred ‘Agenda Suicide’ in ‘Danse Macabre’ Reissue Video

The Faint's 2001 album Danse Macabre not only helped put Saddle Creek on the map, it defined the emerging dance-punk sound and is now fondly…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2012

Jack White Raps on Delta Squall ‘Blues on Two Trees’ Snippet

It was only a matter of time before the iconoclastic rocker who earlier this year released a single via hot air balloon went and started rapping. Jack…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2012

Hear Brian Eno’s ‘LUX’ Album, Music in Stained Glass Form

Of late, Brian Eno has been neck-and-neck with his admirers in creating Eno-inspired content. Ty Segall covered his "Needles in the Camel's Eye" for a…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2012

Watch Das Racist Channel ‘Flashdance’ in Goofy ‘Girl’ Video

Flashdance and the Sexy Sax Man duke it out for the guiding inspiration behind the latest Das Racist music video. In "Girl," a fleet-footed, mullet-wearing…
Chris Martins / October 30, 2012

Jam Master Jay’s Legacy and Death, 10 Years Later

Not enough hip-hop stories end well. About the best we get is that some legendary MC fades away gracefully and grows up and out of…
Brandon Soderberg / October 29, 2012

See Death From Above 1979 Thrash Out New Songs on Tour

SPIN has been faithfully following Death From Above 1979's barn-storming reunion rounds ever since the spaz-punk destroyers reappeared last year. Their well-received run of festival…
Chris Martins / October 29, 2012

Download Thee Oh Sees’ Volatile Velvet Underground Cover ‘European Son’

"It's always a little threatening to take on material I consider perfect as is," says Thee Oh Sees frontman John Dwyer. "The only rule being,…
David Bevan / October 29, 2012

The Shins Cheerfully Cover Paul McCartney’s ‘Wonderful Christmastime’

With a hurricane bearing down on the Eastern seaboard, Halloween coming up mid-week, and a tightly contested Election Day on November 6, anyone could be…
Marc Hogan / October 29, 2012

Nicki Minaj Visits Middle Earth in ‘Va Va Voom’ Video

Whoa Frodo, keep that Bilbo in your Baggins. Nicki Minaj gets her sassy Galadriel on in the new video for "Va Va Voom," a Pink…
Chris Martins / October 29, 2012

Hear the Pharmacy’s Fleet-Footed ‘Make Me Remember’

Though the Pharmacy call Seattle their hometown, the power-punk threesome spent much of the past year living and writing their latest album Stoned & Alone…
David Bevan / October 29, 2012

Watch Metallica Half-Cover Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’ at Voodoo Festival

Metallica paid tribute to Green Day over the weekend, as the Bay Area metal band filled in for the Bay Area pop-punks at the Voodoo…
Marc Hogan / October 29, 2012

Stream Lindstrom’s Return to Space Disco ‘Smalhans’

Less than a year after releasing his experimental foray into prog-rock, Six Cups of Rebel, Norwegian producer Hans-Peter Lindstrøm is back with a new album.
Harley Brown / October 29, 2012

Gaslight Anthem Switch Grunge Allegiance, Cover Foo Fighters

Gaslight Anthem's Brian Fallon recently stopped by the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge to promote the Jersey outfit's new LP Handwritten. SPIN didn't exactly love…
Daniel Kreps / October 26, 2012

‘Cruel Summer,’ One Month Later: 10 Records That Explain G.O.O.D.’s Group Misfire

G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Summer just kind of came and went, didn't it? It sold pretty well, and I still hear songs from it crawling out…
Brandon Soderberg / October 26, 2012

Titus Andronicus’ ‘Big City’ Video: ‘Garden State of Mind’

Jersey rockers Titus Andronicus have released a new video from their ambitious latest LP Local Business. "In a Big City," like the title suggests, documents…
Daniel Kreps / October 26, 2012
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