Posts tagged "Minus the bear"

EXCLUSIVE: Behind the Scenes with Minus the Bear

Seattle’s Minus the Bear have been playing their own sophisticated brand of prog-leaning indie pop for close to a decade, and in this exclusive video…
Michael Sheffield / May 19, 2010

Live Video from Austin: Minus the Bear Unplugged!

When you're spending four days in Austin, Texas, seeing loads of ear-pounding rock'n'roll, it's always a pleasure to turn down the volume and see some…
Peter Gaston / March 23, 2010

How They Became… Minus the Bear

Welcome to the weekly SPIN.com feature "Name That Band!" in which we get the inside stories behind the mysterious monikers of some of our favorite…
David Marchese / March 15, 2010

8 Most Popular MP3s and Videos of 2008

2008 was a banner year for SPIN.com readers: Fans were treated to behind-the-scenes footage of Slayer and Bayside working on their new albums; were invited…
SPIN Staff / December 31, 2008

SPIN.com’s Best of the Week, October 6-13

As you get ready to celebrate Columbus Day, check out our scoop on Green Day's next full-length and Metallica's upcoming tour, and listen to exclusive…
SPIN Staff / October 11, 2008

Exclusive: Download a New Minus the Bear Song

Minus the Bear's previous efforts seemed very dependent on all things plugged in, from the synthesizers that deepen their sound to the electric guitars through…
Peter Gaston / October 6, 2008

Minus the Bear Live at Bumbershoot

While fans fisted and elbowed their way to the front of Memorial Stadium Monday night for a closer look at festival-closing headliner Death Cab for…
William Goodman / September 3, 2008

Exclusive: New These Arms Are Snakes Album Due Oct. 7

SPIN.com has confirmed the release of These Arms Are Snakes' Tail Swallower & Dove, the band's ambitious follow-up to 2006's Easter. The record is scheduled…
Joseph Coscarelli / July 31, 2008

Bonnaroo Reviewed: Minus the Bear

Minus the Bear are the archetypal crossover band for Bonnaroo, an outfit with indie cred whose sound is expansive, vast, and, frankly, acid-washed enough to…
Peter Gaston / June 15, 2008