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Review: Thurston Moore’s Rock n Roll Consciousness Is His Most Transportive Solo Record Yet

In the wake of 1995’s Psychic Hearts—a sinewy, endless grab-bag—Thurston Moore’s singer-songwriter albums strained to find an identity independent of Sonic Youth. This was a…
Raymond Cummings / April 27, 2017

Review: Humanz Proves Gorillaz Are Better With Damon Albarn Out of the Spotlight

Pop quiz: name the four members of Gorillaz. Nearly twenty years after their creation by Britpop war vet Damon Albarn and indie comic book artist…
Andy Beta / April 27, 2017

Review: Colin Stetson Is a Thrilling One-Man Band on All This I Do For Glory

To be a one-man band, you once needed a harp rack at your mouth, a bass drum on your back, cymbals between your knees, tambourines…
Brian Howe / April 26, 2017

Review: Depeche Mode – Ultra

Depeche Mode’s ‘Ultra’ originally came out April 14, 1997. In honor of the album turning 20 this year, and our feature on the Best Alternative Rock…
Eric Weisbard / April 26, 2017

Review: Green Day – Nimrod

Green Day's 'Nimrod' originally came out October 14, 1997. In honor of the album turning 20 this year, and our feature on the Best Alternative Rock…
Jessy Berrett / April 26, 2017

Live: Third Eye Blind and Smash Mouth Play Philadelphia’s Electric Factory

Third Eye Blind and Smash Mouth played shows together in 1998, and Chuck Eddy was there to write about the spectacle. In honor of our feature…
Chuck Eddy / April 25, 2017

Review: Prodigy – Fat of the Land

This album originally came out June 30, 1997. In honor of the album turning 20 this year, and our feature on the Best Alternative Rock Songs of…
Eric Weisbard / April 25, 2017

Review: Everclear – So Much for the Afterglow

This album originally came out October 7, 1997. In honor of the album turning 20 this year, and our feature on the Best Alternative Rock Songs…
Chuck Eddy / April 25, 2017

Review: Foo Fighters – The Colour and the Shape

This album originally came out May 20, 1997. In honor of the album turning 20 this year, and our feature on the Best Alternative Rock Songs…
Jessica Hopper / April 25, 2017

Review: Oasis – Be Here Now

This album originally came out August 21, 1997. In honor of the album turning 20 this year, and our feature on the Best Alternative Rock Songs…
Chris Norris / April 24, 2017

Review: The Cure – Wish

This review of the Cure's Wish—released on April 21, 1992—originally ran in the May 1992 issue of Spin. In honor of the album's 25th anniversary, we're republishing…
Jon Young / April 21, 2017

Review: On Narkopop, Wolfgang Voigt’s Gas Has Never Sounded More Vividly Ominous

Ambient and house music are just different kinds of eternity, and eternity never goes out of style. That’s one reason why Gas sounds as fresh…
Brian Howe / April 20, 2017

Review: Ulver’s The Assassination of Julius Caesar Is Their Most Daring Identity Shift Yet

Kristoffer Rygg, Ulver’s sustaining force since the band’s 1993 formation, reemerges with the group every few years, shrouded in a different guise: the armor of…
Dale Eisinger / April 20, 2017

Review: Pavement – Slanted and Enchanted

Pavement's Slanted and Enchanted was released on April 20, 1992. In honor of the album's 25th anniversary, we've digitized our original review of the album,…
Erik Davis / April 20, 2017

Review: The Raveonettes’ 2016 Atomized Is an Satisfying Dark Dive Into the Night

Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo’s retro noise-pop duo the Raveonettes have a rep for consistency: They rarely deviate from their primary influences (an equal and…
Anna Gaca / April 20, 2017
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