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Matt Berninger Covers Mercury Rev’s ‘Holes’ for Upcoming Planned Parenthood Single

Matt Berninger of The National has released a cover of Mercury Rev's 1998 song "Holes," which is the second cover song that's come out this week…
Daniel Kohn / February 28, 2020

Lil Baby, NBA Youngboy, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and the Race for Rap’s Next A-List

The churn of new major-label hip-hop releases never stops in 2020, but the genre’s top tier artists tend to wait until spring, if not summer,…
Al Shipley / February 28, 2020

Meet the New Deep-Sea Creature Named After Metallica

As one of rock music's most legendary bands, Metallica have been given many honors. But to be named after a crustacean? That's a new one.
Emily Tan / February 28, 2020

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Share ‘Come On Outside’

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds released "Come On Outside," the latest song from their upcoming EP, Blue Moon Rising. If this is sounding…
Emily Tan / February 28, 2020

Quicksand’s Manic Compression Turns 25: Musicians Hail Influence of Landmark Hardcore LP

No respectable debate over the greatest bands from the 1990s would be complete without at least some discussion about the contributions of New York post-hardcore…
Chris Harris / February 28, 2020

Vampire Weekend Drop Father of the Bride Bonus Tracks

Vampire Weekend's Father of the Bride was have released last May, but the band made three bonus tracks from the Japanese edition of the record available to masses…
Emily Tan / February 28, 2020

Green Day Postpones Asian Tour Due to Coronavirus Concerns

Add Green Day to the growing list of bands postponing their Asian tour dates. The veteran punk band announced in a statement that…
SPIN Staff / February 28, 2020

Lady Gaga Goes Intergalactic in ‘Stupid Love’

Leave it to Lady Gaga to bring on the full drama in order to release her new music. Throughout the week, she has…
Emily Tan / February 28, 2020

Kings of Leon Tease a Return to the Throne in 2020

The last time Kings of Leon released music, the world was a much different place. It's been four years since WALLS, the band's seventh studio effort,…
SPIN Staff / February 27, 2020

Billy Idol Doesn’t Want You to Leave Your Car Idling

It's a nice day to start your car again. Billy Idol has been selected as the face of New York City's anti-idling campaign.
Daniel Kohn / February 27, 2020

The National Share Cover of INXS’ ‘Never Tear Us Apart’

Last week, it was announced that Songs of Australia, a compilation album featuring covers of Australian artists to benefit victims of the Australian wildfires would be…
SPIN Staff / February 27, 2020

Gorillaz Drop Latest Song Machine Episode

After all the hype they've been posting on social media this week, Gorillaz have finally shared the second episode of Song Machine. "Désolé,"
Emily Tan / February 27, 2020

Stephen Malkmus’ Face Turns Into an Instagram Filter in ‘Shadowbanned’ Video

Instagram filters aren't anything new. But when you replace your face with Stephen Malkmus', then it the social media trend just got taken up a…
Emily Tan / February 27, 2020

Danzig Sings Elvis Finally Has a Release Date

Remember when Glenn Danzig promised to release an album of Elvis Presley covers? Well, that time has finally arrived. The album, aptly titled Danzig Sings…
Daniel Kohn / February 27, 2020

Rufus Wainwright Announces Unfollow the Rules, 2020 Tour Dates

Rufus Wainwright is finally back with a new album. Unfollow the Rules, which is his first new pop record since 2012, will drop…
Emily Tan / February 27, 2020

Public Enemy to Perform at Bernie Sanders Rally in Los Angeles

Bernie Sanders is returning to Southern California this weekend and will have some help from one of hip-hop's greatest political groups. In an…
Daniel Kohn / February 27, 2020

Built to Spill Announce Spring and Summer Tour Dates

Veteran rockers Built to Spill are hitting the road. In an Instagram post, the band announced extensive tour plans. Beginning in March in…
SPIN Staff / February 26, 2020

Death Cab for Cutie Played Transatlanticism in Full in Seattle

Ben Gibbard has been an outspoken advocate to save the Showbox, the iconic local Seattle venue that has a rich history going back 80 years.
Daniel Kohn / February 26, 2020

Aminé Pays Homage to Portland in ‘Shimmy’ Video

Aminé is jumping into 2020 with a strong statement on his new track, "Shimmy," and he's also paired the release with a new visual.
Emily Tan / February 26, 2020
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