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Revisit Our 1997 Missy Elliott Supa Dupa Fly Feature: “Play Missy For Me”

This article originally appeared in the October 1997 issue of Spin.  "Beep-beep / Oooh got the keys to the jeep /…
Karen R. Good / June 23, 2017

Panda Bear Discusses “Skeletal” New Solo Material

Noah Lennox has been on tour for the past year in support of Animal Collective’s latest album, Painting With, and he’s also been hard at…
James Rettig, Stereogum / June 23, 2017

The xx’s Drake-Sampling “Naive” Is a Necessary Outtake

Of all the samples on the xx's latest I See You, none have the quite gravity of a Drake sample. From the of Carpenter's-esque Alessi…
Rob Arcand / June 23, 2017

Generationals – “Mythical”

New Orleans-based indie pop duo Generationals' most recent full album was 2014's Alix, but since February, they've been sporadically releasing new singles on Bandcamp. The best so…
Anna Gaca / June 23, 2017

Mobb Deep’s Prodigy Remembered By AZ, DJ Whoo Kid, Mister Cee, Roc Marciano, and More

Mobb Deep's Prodigy passed away on Wednesday, June 21--his death has left a hole in hip-hop that was immediately felt by members of the community. He wasn't just a…

Video: The I.L.Y.’s – “Wash My Hands Shorty”

Death Grips drummer Zach Hill and the Grips' audio engineer Andy Morin have a side project called The I.L.Y.'s that has been active for the past few…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 23, 2017

The Melvins – “What’s Wrong With You”

Not long after last year's Basses Loaded, alt rock legends the Melvins are releasing a double album A Walk With Love & Death via Ipecac Recordings. The debut single, "What's Wrong With You," features…
Emma May / June 23, 2017

Now Is a Good Time to Listen to Prodigy Tell His Life Story

The tragic passing of New York City rap icon and Mobb Deep co-founder Prodigy on Tuesday has elicited endless outpourings on social media and radio station…
Winston Cook-Wilson / June 23, 2017

Radiohead’s “Lift” Is a Poignant Reminder of the Band They Could Have Been

Sometime in between The Bends in 1995 and OK Computer in '97, Radiohead became a different band. The first of those two albums is filled with quietly adventurous pop-rock songs, crafted…
Andy Cush / June 23, 2017

Sky Ferreira – “Easy” (The Commodores Cover)

The soundtrack to the upcoming heist movie Baby Driver features a bunch of confirmed classics—Simon & Garfunkel, Queen, T. Rex, the Beach Boys, Jonathan Richman & the…
Anna Gaca / June 23, 2017

This Gorilla Is Dancing Like He’s Never Danced Before

Earlier this week, the Dallas Zoo published a video of Zola the gorilla showing off his very impressive dance moves while playing in a small…
Taylor Berman / June 23, 2017

Liam Gallagher Reveals As You Were Release Date, Announces U.S. Tour

Liam Gallagher's debut solo album As You Were will be out October 6, and he's just announced his first-ever solo U.S. tour. The former Oasis brother…
Anna Gaca / June 23, 2017

How Ryan Adams (of All People) Became an Internet Visionary

This article originally appeared in the February 2007 issue of Spin. If you put a nickel in the bank every time…
Melissa Maerz / June 23, 2017

Sammy Hagar Says Reunion With Van Halen Is Inevitable

Sammy Hagar was recently interviewed by Rolling Stone, and the former replacement Van Halen singer said that a linkup with the old band seems "inevitable,"
James Rettig, Stereogum / June 23, 2017

Listen to Queens of the Stone Age Play New Song “The Evil Has Landed”

Queens of the Stone Age have been teasing their new album since last spring, and last week the band announced that the record is called Villains and…
Emma May / June 23, 2017
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