I’ll Cover You

Various ArtistsStop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before?(Rough Trade)…
By: SPIN Staff / January 14, 2004

Back To School

By: Ginny YangThe MonolithHere Comes the Monolith(Fortune Records)…
By: SPIN Staff / January 7, 2004

Beyond Puberty and Porn: the New Blink-182

By: Mike Greenhausblink-182blink-182(Geffen)…
By: SPIN Staff / January 6, 2004

All Tomorrow’s Parties: Five Decades of Music in LA

By: Steve LowenthalIn LA’s edition of All Tomorrow’s Parties, sitcomcartoon king Matt Groening illustrated his diverse musical tastesas the festival’s official curator. The event, which…
By: SPIN Staff / December 16, 2003

Great Scots

By: Ginny YangFranz FerdinandDarts of Pleasure(Domino Records)…
By: Ginny Yang / December 9, 2003

That’s What Franz Are For

By: Ginny YangMix together a few art-school degrees, a communal affinity fordancing, and a run-in with the police and you might begin to getthe musical…
By: SPIN Staff / December 3, 2003

Interview: Death Cab for Cutie

By: Amanda PetrusichConsidering the current state of the music industry--an industrythat has all but abandoned the idea of nourishing an artist infavor of instant gratificatio…
By: SPIN Staff / November 25, 2003

Running the Marathon

By: Ginny YangBetween October 22 and 25, fifty venues played host to nearly 900bands that infiltrated New York City for CMJ's annual musicmarathon. With the…
By: SPIN Staff / November 6, 2003

Nap Attack

By: Ginny YangIn the midst of rising CD prices and RIAA lawsuits, Apple's iTuneshas been hailed as a ray of hope for the long-suffering musicindustry.
By: SPIN Staff / October 24, 2003

No Easy Way Out

Elliott Smith: He's Mr. Dyingly Sad, And You're Mystifyingly GladBy RJ Smith…
By: SPIN Staff / October 23, 2003
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