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David Byrne Champions Connectedness in Coronavirus Essay

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to change the way in which we live our lives, David Byrne has penned an essay on his online magazine Reasons…
Katrina Nattress / March 28, 2020

Album Sales Plummet to Six Decade Low in Wake of Coronavirus Crisis

The music industry has been hit hard since the coronavirus became an official pandemic earlier this month. Some of the biggest festivals have been postponed…
Katrina Nattress / March 28, 2020

Buzzy Lee’s ‘E.T – Stay Home’ Playlist

With everyone sequestered and self-quarantining due to the coronavirus, we’ve asked our favorite artists to come up with playlists that keep you entertained. Here’s Buzzy…
SPIN Staff / March 28, 2020

The Charlatans’ Tim Burgess Enlists Artists for Twitter Listening Parties During Coronavirus

Tim Burgess has launched a Twitter chat/album listening series with a host of bands that's been making those stay-at-home orders during coronavirus times, a little…
Jolie Lash / March 28, 2020

Fat Tuesday: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of an Epic Album Release Day

If there's anything to be said about how even a once-in-a-century pandemic couldn't quash the excitement for yesterday’s incredibly strong slate of releases, it's an…
Ron Hart / March 28, 2020

Nine Inch Nails Face the Despair of Today on Ghosts V-VI

Nine Inch Nails has always been ahead of the curve. From their groundbreaking 1989 debut Pretty Hate Machine to their much-hyped score for Damon Lindelof’s…
John Paul Bullock / March 27, 2020

Sonic Youth Release 12 New Live Archive Shows

Over the past year or so, Sonic Youth has steadily released archived shows from throughout their career. As most folks are at home in quarantine,…
SPIN Staff / March 27, 2020

Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie Talks We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes 20 Years Later and Live from Home Series

In the shattering wake of the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of canceled tours have given way to musicians streaming live shows from their own living rooms…
Dan Weiss / March 27, 2020

Elvis Costello Performs an Acoustic Set in Quarantine

Elvis Costello joined the growing ranks of artists performing since the coronavirus outbreak started. In a pre-recorded performance, Costello (wearing a snazzy Liverpool…
Daniel Kohn / March 27, 2020
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Weezer Can Help Make Your Zoom Meetings Better

With more and more people using Zoom for much of their video chatting needs, Weezer want to make things more fun by giving their fans…
Emily Tan / March 27, 2020

Future Shows Everyone Who’s Boss in ‘Tycoon’ Video

Future has released the track and visual for his new song, "Tycoon." Directed by Elf Rivera, who he collaborated with on his videos…
SPIN Staff / March 27, 2020

Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament Detail Tour Postponement, Basketball and Legacy on Bill Simmons Podcast

Eddie Vedder and Jeff Ament appeared on the Bill Simmons Podcast for a wide-ranging conversation. The two-hour-plus interview, which was recorded earlier this week, touched…
Daniel Kohn / March 27, 2020

Muse’s Matt Bellamy Honors Doctor Cousin Battling Coronavirus

Despite all the stress people are feeling around the world. Muse's Matt Bellamy is sharing some positivity by paying homage to his cousin who is…
Emily Tan / March 27, 2020

Blue Chips: This Month in New Hip-Hop

Rap isn’t a sport. It’s an art, a genre of music with so many nuances that the debate over what qualities constitute a "good rapper"
Max Bell / March 27, 2020

Carlos Arevalo of Chicano Batman’s ‘Hunker Down’ Playlist

With everyone sequestered and self-quarantining due to the coronavirus, we’ve asked our favorite artists to come up with playlists that keep you entertained. Here’s Carlos…
SPIN Staff / March 27, 2020

Bob Dylan Shares New Song ‘Murder Most Foul’

Bob Dylan, who hasn't released an original song since 2012's Tempest, released "Murder Most Foul" on Friday. The song, which is 17-minutes long, ruminates…
Daniel Kohn / March 27, 2020

Neil Young Plays More Rarities in Second Fireside Sessions Livestream

Just like the first Fireside Sessions livestream, Neil Young had no problem going deep into his catalog. In the second Fireside Sessions show…
Daniel Kohn / March 26, 2020

Lovers & Friends Festival Pushed Back, Downgraded to a Single Day

Remember Lovers & Friends, the fest that announced a powerhouse lineup of throwback and current hip-hop and R&B stars that had some communication problems? Well,…
Daniel Kohn / March 26, 2020

Craig Finn Shares ‘All These Perfect Crosses’ From Upcoming Record Store Day Release

Craig Finn was slated to put out a double LP of outtakes from all of his solo sessions on Record Store Day. Since that has…
SPIN Staff / March 26, 2020
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