New Music

Dusky Bang Hard in New Track ‘Skin Deep’

Though London-based tech-house duo Dusky might have been overshadowed by like-minded peers Disclosure and the new album they've been teasing, the dance floor and Beatport chart…
By: Harley Brown / June 19, 2015

British Sea Power Share Not-So-‘Strange’ Galaxie 500 Cover

Back in 2003, English indie rockers British Sea Power were asked to contribute a cover of their choice to a commemorative Rough Trade compilation. "We…
By: Tree Palmedo / June 18, 2015

Nicolas Jaar-Endorsed Producer Vaghe Stelle Shares Experimental ‘Tempo’

Torino-based producer Vaghe Stelle, a.k.a. Daniele Mana, thinks of his electronic sound collages rather intellectually. In addition to sculpting a sort-of physical soundtrack for his home city, his latest…
By: Harley Brown / June 17, 2015

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…
By: 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,…
By: 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…
By: 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…
By: 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…
By: 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…
By: 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…
By: Tree Palmedo / June 11, 2015
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