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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

Dirty Projectors Explore New York City’s Architecture in ‘Overlord’ Video

Following the release of their live-in-studio record, Sing The Melody, and 10 months after Lamp Lit Prose, Dirty Projectors are back with new music.
Emily Tan / February 26, 2020

Noel Gallagher, Kirk Hammett Cover Fleetwood Mac at Peter Green Tribute Show

Last night at the London Palladium, an all-star group of musicians paid tribute to original Fleetwood Mac guitarist Peter Green. The star-studded event…
SPIN Staff / February 26, 2020

Car Seat Headrest Share “Can’t Cool Me Down”

Car Seat Headrest has just released "Can't Cool Me Down," and it's the first music the Seattle-band has released since their 2016 record, Teens Of…
Emily Tan / February 26, 2020

Kim Gordon Announces First Solo Tour Dates

Following the release of her solo debut, No Home Record, last October, Kim Gordon is finally taking it on the road. The multi-instrumentalist and Sonic…
Emily Tan / February 26, 2020

David Roback, Mazzy Star Guitarist and Co-Founder, Dies at 61

David Roback, the co-founder and guitarist of alt-rock outfit Mazzy Star, has died at the age of 61 according to multiple media outlets.
Daniel Kohn / February 25, 2020

Against Me! and Baroness Join Forces on 2020 Tour

Against Me! and Baroness have announced a co-headline tour that will take place this spring. Kicking off on May on at the Majestic in Detroit,…
Emily Tan / February 25, 2020

Bikini Kill Extend 2020 Tour

Since they reunited last year, Bikini Kill have stayed extremely busy. That will continue that as the band extended their 2020 to include tour stops…
Daniel Kohn / February 25, 2020

Rage Against the Machine Add More 2020 Tour Dates

Rage Against the Machine have expanded their 2020 tour, adding new dates to their already long run. There are now second shows for Glendale,…
Emily Tan / February 25, 2020

Coldplay Go Back to School in ‘Champion of The World’ Video

Following the release of their romantic "Cry Cry Cry" video, Coldplay are continuing the cinematic theme with another visual that will take you back to…
Emily Tan / February 25, 2020

Frank Ocean to Release New Music on Upcoming Vinyl Single

Frank Ocean fans received a dose of good news today. In an email sent from the singer/songwriter's Blonded.co, it apologized to fans who…
Daniel Kohn / February 25, 2020

Whethan Grabs ‘Fantasy’ Collabs With Strfkr, Grouplove and More for Debut Album

Electronic music's Ethan Snoreck is a wunderkind all grown-up. His debut album "Fantasy" packs cross-genre influences into one powerful punch.
Kat Bein / February 25, 2020

The Melvins’ Buzz Osborne to Release Second Solo Album Gift of Sacrifice

It's been six years since Buzz Osborne released a solo album under the name King Buzzo. But The Melvins frontman is back out on his…
SPIN Staff / February 25, 2020

Lee Ranaldo and Raul Refree on Their New Album, Writing Lyrics with Jonathan Lethem and Archival Sonic Youth Projects

Lee Ranaldo, 64, is an elder statesman of American indie rock and experimental guitar, best known as a founding member of Sonic Youth. Raul Refree,…
Al Shipley / February 25, 2020

The Hold Steady Announce Constructive Summer 2020 Dates

The Hold Steady are heading to London next weekend, but when they return, they have plans to play some shows in North America.
SPIN Staff / February 25, 2020

Soccer Mommy Reflects on Childhood in Pixelated ‘Bloodstream’ Video

With Color Theory slated to drop this Friday, Soccer Mommy dropped "Bloodstream," the third single from the album. In the song's dreamy lyric video, Sophie…
Daniel Kohn / February 24, 2020

Metallica Cancels Sonic Temple and Louder Than Life Headlining Slots

Metallica has canceled their headlining slot at Sonic Temple fest in Columbus, Ohio, this May. They'll be replaced by Red Hot Chili Peppers and Tool.
Daniel Kohn / February 24, 2020

Tool Announce North American Spring Tour Dates

After a lengthy layoff, Tool is certainly making the most of their return. Just as they're about to wind down the Australian leg of their Fear…
SPIN Staff / February 24, 2020

Jenny Lewis’ NPR Tiny Desk Set Showcases Her Songwriting Prowess

Last year, Jenny Lewis' On the Line was one of the best albums of the year. It was a big album with big goals and it paid off.
SPIN Staff / February 24, 2020
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