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Museyroom Creepily Crescendo on ‘Ballad’

Brooklyn and Philadelphia-based psych-pop trio Museyroom was born in a basement when Jack Donovan and Ben Cohen first started writing and recording songs in 2003.
Meilyn Huq / November 30, 2015

Emily Yacina Continues Exploring the Otherworldly on ‘Gone’

Alongside the electric counterpoints she's provided to Philadelphia songwriter Alex G's most addled ballads, Emily Yacina has spent the last few years forging an interstellar…
Colin Joyce / November 30, 2015

Charlotte de Witte Dives Into Primordial Darkness on ‘Damage Control’

There's no acknowledged direct connection between George Sand, the pseudonym of French Romantic author Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, and Raving George, the alias of a…
Harley Brown / November 24, 2015

Ty Segall’s T. Rex Covers Collection ‘Ty-Rex’ Is a Glam-Rock Glitter Bomb

Before Ty Segall can issue Emotional Mugger, his latest (in a string of many) collections of grimy garage rock, he has to look back before he…
Colin Joyce / November 20, 2015

Florist Make More Indie-Pop Naturalism on ‘The Birds Outside Sang’

Though Florist released an EP of beautifully nostalgic and optimistic indie-pop miniatures in October, the main project of their past year and change has been…
Colin Joyce / November 19, 2015

Mr. Tophat & Art Alfie’s ‘SDIK Orchestra’ Is a Widescreen House Romp

Swedish DJ and production duo Mr. Tophat & Art Alfie are ten years apart in age. But after a chance meeting at a Stockholm nightclub,…
Harley Brown / November 18, 2015

Metric Bring Shimmering ‘Gold Guns Girls’ to ‘Guitar Center Sessions’

Canadian quartet Metric released their sixth studio album Pagans in Vegas in September, and this weekend they'll continue their glittering evocations of the American West…
Nathan Diller / November 18, 2015

SPIN Singles Mix: Baroness, Martin Crane, Yung Lean, 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 Aussie indie sextets,…
SPIN Staff / November 17, 2015

Eryn Allen Kane Takes Flight on ‘Aviary: Act I’

Chicago-based singer Eryn Allen Kane has always worked in quiet back-corners of the music world. After working with Prince for his protest song, "Baltimore" and collaborating…
Meilyn Huq / November 17, 2015

Howling’s Dancefloor Deconstructions Helped Them Find Their Own Nirvana

On paper and in person, Frank Wiedemann and Ry X don't seem like the most intuitive pairing. One-half of Berlin-based deep house disruptors Âme (and the label…
Harley Brown / November 16, 2015

Watch Elton John’s Colorful, Expressively Animated ‘Looking Up’ Video

The legendary Sir Elton John recently announced a new album — Wonderful Crazy Night, out February 5 — and now the iconic musician's sharing the expressive…
Brennan Carley / November 16, 2015

Jesus Lizard’s David Yow Visits a Deadly Feast in Wrekmeister Harmonies’ ‘Night of Your Ascension’ Video

Chicago-based experimentalist J.R. Robinson has led the metal-leaning crew of abstractionists Wrekmeister Harmonies for a little over half a decade now, and today they've release…
Colin Joyce / November 13, 2015

Club 8 Endure a Perverse Kind of ‘Pleasure’ on New Album

In his 20-plus years as a musician, Club 8's Johan Angergård has written a what seems like an infinite number of songs about love. And if his…
Rachel Brodsky / November 13, 2015

Vanessa Elisha and XXYYXX Conjure a Magical Panic on ‘Out of Time’

Australian vocalist Vanessa Elisha has the perfect voice for the modern world: soulful and digitalist, intimate and distant — an appropriately delirious mirror of the…
Oliver Kinkel / November 12, 2015

Loxe Skitters Through a Computer’s Imagination on ‘Footprints’

At first, it's hard to tell whether the video for "Footprints," a glitchy exercise from U.K. producer Loxe, is working properly. A vaguely hazy semblance…
Harley Brown / November 11, 2015
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