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This Is What Hawaii Art-Punk Sounds Like

Nerve Beats are an art-punk trio from Hawaii with situationist ideals and an avant sensibility. Three guys with extensive musical backgrounds, the Oahu-formed band fluctuate…
Camille Dodero / August 15, 2014

Q&A: David Yow on Cats

David Yow is not the first guy you’d expect to be emotionally invested in cats. As a live performer, the former Jesus Lizard antagonist has…
Camille Dodero / August 5, 2014

Stream Memory Map’s Jigsaw-Indie Album ‘The Sky As Well As Space’ in Full

Memory Map are a constellation of Bloomington, Indiana all-stars. Guitarist Matt Tobey has another life as folk-punk character and Kimya Dawson collaborator Matty Pop Chart,…
Camille Dodero / June 3, 2014

Watch Kim Deal’s Life-Affirming Parking-Lot Video for Solo Single ‘The Root’

Kim Deal is hilarious. She's on the phone from Dayton, where she lives with her mom and dad, explaining how she ended up recording a…
Camille Dodero / March 20, 2014

Watch Wheelchair Sports Camp’s Disco-Glam ‘Dance Off’ Video

When SPIN first introduced you to Wheelchair Sports Camp, the all-inclusive recording identity of disabled Denver rapper Kalyn Heffernan, the Mile High outfit was a…
Camille Dodero / March 10, 2014

Stream Alan Watts’ Techno-Industrial ‘Ara’ Album

Alan Watts is a band, not a man, a darkly ambient industrial-techno Brooklyn trio comprised of Jeremy Krinsley (an old friend who also records as…
Camille Dodero / February 24, 2014

What Does Stephen Malkmus’ Lesbian Ice Cream Taste Like?

Yesterday afternoon, Stephen Malkmus stood behind the counter of Momofuku Milk Bar's Williamsburg location on the release date of Wig Out at Jagbags, his sixth…
Camille Dodero / January 8, 2014

Falling for Haim

Alana Haim is freaking out. "That is 2 Chainz," she says. It's late on the Saturday afternoon of Labor Day weekend, and the 21-year-old is…
Camille Dodero / September 30, 2013

Summer of Wub: Inside the Dubstep Boom

Borgore brings his own pole dancers.It's two in the morning in the unofficial dubstep corner of Nocturnal Wonderland Texas, the third installment of the late-April…
Camille Dodero / August 30, 2012

JEFF the Brotherhood, ‘Hypnotic Nights’ (Warner Bros.)

JEFF the Brotherhood, two Southern siblings united in a mission to rawk, would make excellent action figures. Guitarist/vocalist Jake Orrall, the Skynyrd-’stached elder, looks like…
Camille Dodero / July 15, 2012

The Walkmen, ‘Heaven’ (Fat Possum/Bella Union)

The Walkmen, five D.C. transplants with a collective affinity for collars and sweaters, were never known for clinging to adolescence. Everybody Who Pretended to Like…
Camille Dodero / June 5, 2012

Dubstep Debacle: Atlantic City Awards Ceremony Wubs Crowd the Wrong Way

Is American dubstep ready for its moment? Apparently not, based on this past Saturday’s inaugural North American Dubstep Music Awards, a one-day festival held inside…
Camille Dodero / March 13, 2012

Frankie Rose, ‘Interstellar’ (Slumberland)

On Interstellar, the best thing Frankie Rose has ever touched, the raven-haired songwriter seems to have found the luminous freedom she'd been pursuing for so…
Camille Dodero / March 2, 2012

The Inquisition: Mark Lanegan

Mark Lanegan's seventh solo record, the muscular and moody Blues Funeral (4AD), is his first in eight years, but good luck getting the former Screaming…
Camille Dodero / February 23, 2012

Review: Die Antwoord, ‘TEN$ION’

Once again, let's give a warm welcome to Ninja, the meth-head Situation, and his zombie-Gelfling homeslice, Yo-Landi Vi$$er! After a brief Cape Town hiatus spent…
Camille Dodero / February 12, 2012

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