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Wheatus’ “Teenage Dirtbag” Isn’t Pop-Punk… What’s Wrong With You People?

As the Spin staff was debating what songs should be included on our list of the best pop-punk choruses of the 21st century, our writer Winston Cook-Wilson…
Jeremy Gordon / November 3, 2017

Have You Ever Been at a Party Where Someone Randomly Started Playing Coldplay’s “The Scientist”?

What do you recall about high school? I remember hot chicken sandwiches from the cafeteria, block period lunches on Tuesdays, fights sparked in gym class…
Jeremy Gordon / November 3, 2017

Okay, Sure, Taylor Swift’s “Call It What You Want” Isn’t So Bad

As a long-time Swiftie, it's depressed me a little to watch the awkward rollout for Reputation, which appears to be a Taylor Swift's Yeezus as a concept album…
Jeremy Gordon / November 3, 2017

Shamir Pulls Down “Straight Boy” Video After Director Accused of Sexual Assault

Last month, Shamir released a video for "Straight Boy," a song from his upcoming album Revelations. This morning, Shamir said he was removing the video from…
Jeremy Gordon / November 1, 2017

Maroon 5 Seem to Regret Naming Their Album Red Pill Blues

"Red pill" is the casual colloquialism for the movement of internet-dwelling men who drink too much Mountain Dew and are very angry about feminism, which…
Jeremy Gordon / October 31, 2017

Huh?

Here's the Chainsmokers, chiming in with some Friday thoughts: https://twitter.com/TheChainsmokers/status/923955792545325057 https://twitter.com/TheChainsmokers/status/923969009577484288…
Jeremy Gordon / October 27, 2017

John Cena – “Where Is My Mind” (Pixies Cover)

John Cena is many things: invisible man, accredited doctor of Thuganomics, fluent Chinese speaker, 16-time world champion, devout advocate for human rights. He's also a skilled…
Jeremy Gordon / October 27, 2017

Death From Above’s Jesse F. Keeler Addresses Relationship With Gavin McInnes, Accusations of Alt Right Sympathy

A couple days ago, a Medium post titled "Death From Above 1979, The Proud Boys and The Alt Right" collected public correspondence between Death From Above's…
Jeremy Gordon / October 27, 2017

Sticky Fingers Is the Definitive Account of Why Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Mattered

Jann Wenner doesn't want you to read Sticky Fingers, a new biography about the life of Jann Wenner, founder of Rolling Stone. That's too bad, because the…
Jeremy Gordon / October 26, 2017

Taylor Swift’s “Gorgeous” Still Isn’t Convincing Anyone

A few years ago, I saw Taylor Swift perform on her 1989 tour, at Chicago's Soldier Field. My friend and I were in a state of…
Jeremy Gordon / October 20, 2017

Review: St. Vincent Is Unabashedly Unrestrained on the Futuristic MASSEDUCTION

In the video for "New York," the first single from St. Vincent's new album MASSEDUCTION, Annie Clark meets us styled like a member of the Addams…
Jeremy Gordon / October 18, 2017

Ed Sheeran Cancels Tour Dates After Breaking Both Arms in Bike Accident

Earlier this week, it was reported that Ed Sheeran injured his arm in a bike accident. "Ive had a bit of a bicycle accident and I’m…
Jeremy Gordon / October 18, 2017

Ducktails Dropped by Japanese Label, Tour Canceled

Ducktails have been dropped by Plancha, their Japanese label. The news was announced on the label's website, and confirmed in a statement to SPIN. Previously,…
Jeremy Gordon / October 18, 2017

Listen to St. Vincent Cover the Clash’s “London Calling”

Today, St. Vincent stopped by Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show, where she performed songs from her new album MASSEDUCTION. Amongst songs like "New York" and…
Jeremy Gordon / October 17, 2017

MGMT’s Comeback Single “Little Dark Age” Is Grim And Playful

Was ever a modern band's debut record more immediately iconic for the college set than MGMT? A decade ago, Oracular Spectacular captured the yearning of white collegiate…
Jeremy Gordon / October 17, 2017

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