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Coldplay Bike Through Mexico City in Their ‘Head Full of Dreams’ Video

Coldplay has shared a video for the title track of last year's A Head Full of Dreams. Shot on an 8mm and directed by Marcus Haney, the…
Ilana Kaplan / August 19, 2016

Billy Ray Cyrus: There’s a Thin Line Between Elvis and Jesus

Billy Ray Cyrus is a man of faith. Yes, the religious kind; he is quick to reference a Bible passage in conversation (specifically, the one about Jesus…
Rachel Brodsky / August 23, 2016

Q&A: Jay Som on Her Drunkenly Bandcamped Debut and ‘Mind-Blowing’ Tour With Mitski

"We love you, you little twerp," says Michelle Zauner, frontwoman to dream-pop outfit Japanese Breakfast. It's the last night of tour, and Zauner's onstage sending love…
Matt Malone / August 12, 2016

Jay Z Responds to Injustice With New Single ‘Spiritual’

This is a comeback year of sorts for Jay Z, but the New York legend has stayed away from releasing his own single. That changed…
Brian Josephs / July 8, 2016

Let’s Take a Moment to Appreciate How Terrible This Green Day Album Cover Is

The world is about as ready as it's ever likely to be again for a new Green Day album. A Frank Ocean-length absence following their…
Andrew Unterberger / August 11, 2016

Green Day Return With ‘BANG BANG,’ Their First Single in Four Years

Green Day are finally back. Four years after releasing their ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! trilogy in 2012, the pop-punk giants have returned with a new single called "BANG BANG."
Brian Josephs / August 11, 2016

Dennis Rodman Lifted Eddie Vedder Into the Air at a Pearl Jam Show

Dennis Rodman made a surprise appearance at Pearl Jam's Chicago show last night, where he picked lead singer Eddie Vedder up and held him in his arms onstage during a…
Ilana Kaplan / August 23, 2016

Review: Frank Ocean’s Blond on ‘Blonde’ Is Pledging Its Goddamn Time

Frank Ocean fixed "Wolves." No, really: Kanye was onto something when he called The Life of Pablo a "living album," because — while he’s on…
Dan Weiss / August 23, 2016

Kings of Leon Announce Seventh Album ‘Walls’

Deep-fried Southern-rock hams Kings of Leon teased their seventh album back in December 2015, and today, they announced the October 14 release of Walls. The news arrives alongside a…
Anna Gaca / August 25, 2016

Touché Amoré Rise Above With New Album ‘Stage Four’ and Julien Baker Duet ‘Skyscraper’

Touché Amoré’s music and their fanbase can be described in almost the exact same terms: fierce, blistering, intense, and, above all, hardcore. Since their incendiary…
Ian Cohen / August 16, 2016

Gonjasufi Feels Your Pain

"This is going to hurt your ears a bit," Gonjasufi announces over the mic as he cues up a gnarled synth riff on his Roland…
Peter Holslin / August 22, 2016

The 96 Best Alternative Rock Songs of 1996

Undoubtedly, 1996 was the year of Weird Alternative. Representing the final period before underground rock's post-grunge bubble totally burst, the hits of 1996 shook out…
SPIN Staff / August 31, 2016

I’m Afraid of the Future: Jay Z’s Second Act

In honor of the recent 20th anniversary of Jay Z’s debut album, Reasonable Doubt, we’re publishing a series of pieces looking at the rapper’s singular…
Paul Thompson / June 29, 2016

Review: De La Soul, Still Rising After All These Years on ‘and the Anonymous Nobody…’

When D.A.I.S.Y. Age survivors De La Soul announced that they were returning to the studio after a decade's hiatus — and that, instead of pushing…
Stereo Williams / August 22, 2016

From Lukewarm to Hot: Video Director Steve Carr on Capturing the Early Life and Times of Jay Z

In honor of the recent 20th anniversary of Jay Z's debut album, Reasonable Doubt, we're publishing a series of pieces looking at the rapper's singular…
Andrew Unterberger / June 27, 2016

Watch Pearl Jam Cover Aerosmith and the Beatles at Boston’s Fenway Park

Pearl Jam played Boston's famed Fenway Park last night, where they brought out two former Red Sox players and two choice cover songs: a first-ever…
Anna Gaca / August 6, 2016

Green Day Announce New Single, ‘Bang Bang’

Berkley pop-punk superstars Green Day haven't released much since their 2012 trilogy, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tré! (unless you count last year's Christmas single "Xmas Time…
Rachel Brodsky / August 1, 2016

Watch Jay Z’s New Documentary About the Making of ‘Reasonable Doubt’

Jay Z's seminal debut Reasonable Doubt turns 20 this weekend. SPIN is celebrating with a collection of features we're calling Jay Z Week, starting with a look back…
Anna Gaca / June 25, 2016

Maxwell Is About to Lay It Down in the Video for ‘1990x’

Update: You no longer need TIDAL to stream "1990x." Watch the full version below. After traveling to (and making love in) Haiti for the…
Brian Josephs / August 19, 2016

It’s Jay Z Week at SPIN

This week, Jay Z's bulletproof debut album, Reasonable Doubt, turns 20, marking two decades of almost entirely unknockable hustle from the Jiggaman. When he first broke…
SPIN Staff / June 24, 2016
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