Posts tagged "Cornershop"

The 20 Best Albums of 1997

The finest full-lengths of 1997, as ranked by the SPIN editors. [This list was originally published in the January 1998 issue of SPIN.]…
By: SPIN Staff / February 27, 2014

Stream Burger Records’ Three-Hour Holiday Mix With the Muffs, Cornershop, More

It's been a big year for Fullerton, California's Burger Records, the little Orange County cassette label that could. The punk- and garage-oriented imprint…
By: Chris Martins / December 19, 2013

Cornershop, ‘Urban Turban – The Singhles Club’ (Ample Play)

Tjinder Singh continues his smile-inducing polyglot-pop renaissance, aided by a bevy of chic guest vocalists.
By: David Marchese / May 11, 2012

Premiere: Cornershop Showcase Turfing in ‘Milkin’ It’ Video

Cornershop's 1997 breakthrough When I Was Born for the Seventh Time is a quintessential example of a record that awoke listeners with a…
By: Marc Hogan / March 22, 2012

Cornershop, ‘Cornershop & the Double O Groove Of’ (Ample Play)

These wry Anglo-Indian groovemeisters are long past the point of trying to score another "Brimful of Asha" leftfield hit. So they follow up 2009's slept-o…
By: Mikael Wood / March 15, 2011

New LPs: Black Joe Lewis, Joy Formidable & 7 more!

Here's our take on the best and worst albums available online and in record stores today:…
By: SPIN Staff / March 15, 2011

DOWNLOAD: New Song from Cornershop

British indie pop duo Cornershop will release their sixth studio album, Cornershop & the Double 'O' Groove Of, on March 15 -- the follow u…
By: Peter Gaston / November 22, 2010

Cornershop, ‘Judy Sucks a Lemon for Breakfast’ (Ample Play)

In the mid-to-late '90s, nobody smudged rock's borders more artfully than Cornershop's Tjinder Singh, mingling punky cheek, Indian drone, hip-hop sampladelia, and electronic bump. Here,…
By: Charles Aaron / April 20, 2010

EXCLUSIVE MP3: M.I.A. Guests on Cornershop Remix

A just-unearthed remix from British duo Cornershop features an absolutely smashing guest spot from a young M.I.A. Download it below!
By: Peter Gaston / April 13, 2010