SPIN Singles Mix: Justin Bieber, Escort, George Clanton, and More

Welcome to SPIN’s Singles Mix! SPIN staffers have rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from New York disco divas,…
SPIN Staff / September 1, 2015

Synkro Floats Through Oceanic Ambience on ‘Shoreline’

Manchester-based producer Synkro, a.k.a. Joe McBride, first made a name for himself with Burial-esque beats and tracks shaped by the U.K.’s formative mid-’00s dubstep era.
Harley Brown / September 1, 2015

Darkstar Explore Workplace Ennui on the Gorgeously Melancholy ‘Through the Motions’

As one of the U.K.’s most subtly lush and textured electronic duos, Darkstar has over the years been steadily expanding the boundaries of their beat-…
Harley Brown / September 1, 2015

Findlay Brown Basks in ‘Slow Light’ on Kaleidoscopic Solo LP

Brooklyn-via-Yorkshire songwriter Findlay Brown has released two albums worth of lilting compositions that call to mind the greyscale pastorals of Nick Drake, Burt Jansch and…
Colin Joyce / August 31, 2015

Salad Boys Embrace Their Jangle-y Heritage on ‘No Taste Bomber’

As residents of Christchurch, New Zealand, wonderfully lollygagging indie rock is practically in Salad Boys’ blood. Though the locus of jangle seems to have moved…
Colin Joyce / August 28, 2015

Shunkan Stir Up an Indie-Pop Maelstrom on ‘The Pink Noise’

Los Angeles-born and New Zealand-based songwriter Marina Sakimoto has released a few melancholic singles and homerecordings under the moniker Shunkan, but for her debut LP…
Colin Joyce / August 28, 2015

Laura Stevenson Announces ‘Cocksure’ LP With Stormy ‘Torch Song’

Two years after the release of her wrenching solo album Wheel, Laura Stevenson makes her return today with news of an LP called Cocksure due…
Colin Joyce / August 27, 2015

Commercial Break Is Over: ‘Change the Channel’ to Francesco Yates’ Pharrell-Produced Single

Francesco Yates does not hold back on his seductively funky single “Change The Channel.” Scattered with piercing Prince squeals, Yates reaches rockstar status with wildly…
Margaret Farrell / August 27, 2015

Broken Social Scene’s Lisa Lobsinger Launches Laser With ‘Leaving It Too Late’ Single

Fans of Canadian indie-rock greats Broken Social Scene will want to hear Laser vocalist Lisa Lobsinger, who lent her vocals to the band’s 2010 Forgiveness Rock Record…
Rachel Brodsky / August 27, 2015

Rival Consoles Scuttles and Murmurs Magnificently on ‘Howl’

Avant-garde London label Erased Tapes’ is perhaps best-known for artists such as Dawn of Midi — three jazzists who vibe together in the pitch black —…
Harley Brown / August 26, 2015
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