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Depeche Mode Announce New Album, World Tour

Depeche Mode announced a new album and tour yesterday at a press conference in Milan. The album, titled Spirit, will be released in spring 2017…
Taylor Berman / October 11, 2016

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien Says He’s Making a Solo Album

Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien is planning a solo album for next year, he told BBC Radio 6's Matt Everitt on today's episode of The First Time With.... During the…
Anna Gaca / October 9, 2016

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominations Include Pearl Jam, Tupac, Bad Brains, Kraftwerk

The nominations for the 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class are here. The list includes a couple of the 1970s classic rock dinosaurs the…
Andy Cush / October 18, 2016

Green Day Play “Why Do You Want Him?” Live for the First Time in 15 Years

Green Day released their 12th LP Revolution Radio last Friday. As part of a celebratory tour, the 40-something punk legends played "Why Do You Want Him?" during their Friday…
Brian Josephs / October 10, 2016

DJ Khaled Demands You Call Him “Billy” in New “Do You Mind” Video

DJ Khaled's brand is strong enough to be effective in every form of media--his upcoming book is probably the first to have a features list.
Brian Josephs / October 5, 2016

Can Music Psychology Help You Get Laid on a Dating App?

  Our favorite music can uplift us, inspire us, comfort us in times of pain. That power is exactly what makes our favorite songs a valuable branding…
Andy Cush / October 5, 2016

Donald Trump’s Ongoing Obsession With the Central Park Five Is Genuinely Terrifying

Back in 1989, decades before Donald Trump was extolling the virtues of law and order on the presidential debate stage, he purchased a full-page newspaper…
Andy Cush / October 7, 2016

Woke Ally David Simon Calls Sean Hannity “My Nigga,” Tweets About His Right to Do So

Part of The Wire's legacy is how it eloquently depicted how broken systems work against impoverished African-Americans. Admirers of series creator David Simon might say that…
Brian Josephs / September 20, 2016

Cards Against Humanity Isn’t the Problem; Your Social Circle Is

Every week, the New York Times Magazine runs a "Letter of Recommendation," where a writer expounds on a person, place, concept, or general thing they find worthy…
Jeremy Gordon / October 7, 2016

Bob Dylan No Longer Acknowledging He Won the Nobel Prize

After Bob Dylan was announced as the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, the prize committee spent days trying to contact him, to no…
Andy Cush / October 21, 2016

The SPIN Interview: American Football’s Mike Kinsella

Mike Kinsella quickly cops to being "old," by which he means that he’s 39, married, and spent the day taking his kids to IKEA. His aw-shucks attitude…
Anna Gaca / October 21, 2016

Azealia Banks Announces New Record Deal With RZA

Believe it or not, Azealia Banks has some good news to share: She says she's inked a new record deal with RZA. Posting to Facebook…
Kyle McGovern / October 11, 2016

Negativland’s New Album Comes With a Bag Full of Charred Human Remains

If you order a copy of experimental rock group Negativland’s new album The Cutting Edge Vol. 9: The Chopping Channel, the band says you’ll also…
Taylor Berman / October 18, 2016

Review: Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition Is A Thrilling, Harrowing Ride

Danny Brown is a man in limbo who is struggling to find balance. In song he’s autobiographical, often flipping between zonked out and deadly serious,…
Sheldon Pearce / September 30, 2016

New Music: The Blow – “Think About Me”

This week, experimental duo the Blow will hold the WOMANPRODUCER initiative, a series of events meant to highlight female artists, trans, and non-binary producers. The band celebrates…
Brian Josephs / October 17, 2016
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