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Depeche Mode Announces Spirits in the Forest Concert Film

Depeche Mode is coming to the big screen. The synthpop band announced on September 19 that their new concert film, Spirits in the Forest, will feature footage…
Will Gottsegen / September 19, 2019

Fox & Friends Dummies Try to Roast Taylor Swift’s “the Rolling Stones” Magazine Interview

The Fox & Friends are painfully out of their depth when commenting on pop culture, but that never seems to stop them. Today's example…
Maggie Serota / September 19, 2019

Alice in Chains Reflect on Seattle’s Layne Staley Day: He “Deserves It”

The surviving members of Alice in Chains are all for honoring late frontman Layne Staley. In an interview with St. Louis’ 105.7 The Point, Jerry Cantrell and…
Anna Chan / September 19, 2019

Soccer Mommy Confronts Temptation on the Devilish New Single “Lucy”

Soccer Mommy has released an extremely good new song called "lucy." Catchy and imagistic, it's her first proper single of the year (though she released two demos, "Blossom (Demo)" and "Be…
Will Gottsegen / September 19, 2019

Tool’s Danny Carey Doesn’t Want to Wait 12 Years for Another Album Either

Vague but positive news for restless Tool fans: Drummer Danny Carey has set a tentative timeline of "hopefully not 12 years from now" for when…
Tosten Burks / September 18, 2019

Fake Viral Photo of Beto O’Rourke Wetting Himself Is Actually (Sandy) Alex G After Spilling Beer

Certain conservative circles have been circulating a photo online that they purport to be Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke wetting himself at a party when…
James Rettig, Stereogum / September 18, 2019

WeWork Employees Treated to DMC Performance and Tequila After CEO Detailed Mass Layoffs

It's unlikely that anyone who has recently survived a massive layoff has said to him or herself, "What would make me feel better right now is…
Tosten Burks / September 18, 2019

Nada Surf’s Matthew Caws Has a Sweet Story About Working With Ric Ocasek

Matthew Caws of Nada Surf is remembering his late friend and mentor Ric Ocasek in an essay for NPR. The musician writes warmly about his first encounter with…
Will Gottsegen / September 18, 2019

Charli XCX Revisits Classic SPIN Covers Featuring Gwen Stefani, Her Crush Robert Smith, and More

Charli XCX hasn't been shy when it comes to talking about her favorite musical acts and influences—and sometimes, even her crushes—several of whom have graced SPIN's…
SPIN Staff / September 18, 2019

Liam Gallagher Recalls Using His Brother As a ‘Poofy Cushion’ in As It Was Deleted Scene

Liam Gallagher's As It Was documentary dives deep into the Oasis singer's life, from the highest highs to the lowest lows. In a more lighthearted deleted scene shared…
Rania Aniftos, Billboard / September 18, 2019

Sum 41 Is Touring to Celebrate Chuck’s 15th Anniversary, Support New Album Order In Decline

Sum 41 are heading out on tour this fall in support of their recent album, Order In Decline, and to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their third…
Will Gottsegen / September 18, 2019

Taylor Swift Still Hasn’t Forgiven Kanye West, Slams Him As “So Two-Faced”

Taylor Swift gave a rare interview to Rolling Stone in which she explained the backstory behind the notorious, secretly recorded phone call with Kanye West that his…
Maggie Serota / September 18, 2019

Billie Joe Armstrong on New Green Day Album’s Lack of Donald Trump Songs: He “Gives Me Diarrhea”

Green Day may have made political statements in the past, but don’t expect the band’s upcoming new album to feature songs about President Donald Trump.
Anna Chan / September 18, 2019

Marilyn Manson Joins American Gods As “Disturbing” Norse “Berserker”

Marilyn Manson's acting career will continue apace on the Starz series American Gods, Deadline reports. The shock rocker is joining for a four-episode run in the…
Tosten Burks / September 17, 2019

(Sandy) Alex G’s House of Sugar Is a Beautiful Mess

There’s an essential roughness to almost everything (Sandy) Alex G puts out. From the seesaw cadences of "Bobby" to the sprightly, confessional "
Will Gottsegen / September 17, 2019

Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead Launches Classical Label Octatonic Records

Radiohead multi-instrumentalist and film composer Jonny Greenwood has launched a new record label called Octatonic Records, which will focus on recordings by contemporary classical musicians.
Maggie Serota / September 17, 2019

Wilco Play Hide and Seek in Video for New Song “Everyone Hides”

Wilco have a new album coming out next month, Ode to Joy, and today they've shared a new single called "Everyone Hides." In an accompanying music…
Will Gottsegen / September 17, 2019

Stephen Colbert Pays Tribute to The Cars’ Ric Ocasek: “His Music Was the Soundtrack of My High School”

Stephen Colbert has joined the growing list of celebrities and artists who are paying tribute to the late Cars frontman Ric Ocasek. On the Monday, September…
Will Gottsegen / September 17, 2019

Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Remembers Ric Ocasek With “Creepy” Cover of The Cars’ “Just What I Needed”

Many musicians paid tribute to Ric Ocasek, who died at age 75 on September 15, by sharing their memories and tales via social media of…
Anna Chan / September 17, 2019
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