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Interns at Spin

Spin is seeking paid editorial interns to work in our New York office. Currently, we are only considering applicants based in the New York City area. Interns…
SPIN Staff / September 19, 2018

Dancing Queen: Our 2010 Interview With Robyn

This piece originally appeared in the November 2010 issue of SPIN. For several bizarre hours on a Tuesday afternoon in September, Swedish pop star Robyn attends…
Caryn Ganz / August 2, 2018

The 51 Best Songs of 2018 So Far

It’s late July already, so let’s review: Pusha T’s razor-sharp Daytona led Kanye West’s Wyoming summer of G.O.O.D Music, while Valee became the label’s bonafide…
SPIN Staff / July 26, 2018

Lykke Li Remains True to Form on So Sad, So Sexy

Lykke Li had already warned us in her previous album title: I Never Learn. So it makes sense that four years later she is still writing…
Juana Giaimo / June 14, 2018

Remembering Chris Cornell One Year After His Death

One year ago today, Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell died at the age of 52. His death was officially ruled a suicide by hanging after…
SPIN Staff / May 18, 2018

Cardi B Brings Out Chance the Rapper, YG, Kehlani, More at Coachella: Watch

Cardi B performed at Coachella yesterday, celebrating the success of her brand-new debut album Invasion of Privacy with a roster of special guests including Chance the Rapper,…
SPIN Staff / April 16, 2018

Taylor Swift Covers Earth, Wind, & Fire’s “September”

Early Thursday morning, Taylor Swift posted a teaser on her Instagram, with a caption that said she would be releasing a new version of Reputation track "Delicate"
SPIN Staff / April 13, 2018

10 Great Drag City Releases to Hear Now That Their Catalog Is Streaming

On Sunday, the legendary Chicago label Drag City released the large majority of its catalog on Spotify and Tidal for the first time, ending its run…
SPIN Staff / April 3, 2018

Viva Morrissey: Our June 1988 Cover Story

"Perhaps I'm unique because people are so dull. I'm not very good at being dull." —Morrissey "I have nothing to declare but my genius." —Oscar Wilde…
Len Brown / March 14, 2018

Our 2003 Dashboard Confessional Cover Story: The Crying Game

For the past few years, Dashboard Confessional have been a relentless cult phenomenon, with fans who fill large arenas, bond online, and memorize painfully intimate…
Andy Greenwald / March 7, 2018

Kevin Nealon Interviews David Wilcox in Our 1993 SNL Issue

This story originally appeared in the February 1993 issue of SPIN, which was partially written and guest-edited by members of the SNL cast. Read interviews and stories from comedy icons of…
Kevin Nealon / February 28, 2018

In 1993 Essay, SNL’s Ellen Cleghorne Tries to Predict What Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, and Ice-T Will Look Like in 2010

This essay originally appeared in the February 1993 issue of SPIN, which was partially written and guest-edited by members of the SNL cast. SNL cast member Ellen Cleghorne takes…
Ellen Cleghorne / February 28, 2018

Our 1993 SNL Takeover Issue

Twenty-five years ago, SPIN handed over the reins of the February issue over to the writers, cast, and crew of Saturday Night Live. The 1993 cast…
SPIN Staff / February 27, 2018

SNL Comedian Julia Sweeney’s 1993 Essay: “Men, Music, & Me”

This story originally appeared in the February 1993 issue of SPIN, which was partially written and guest-edited by members of the SNL cast. Read interviews and stories from comedy icons of…
Julia Sweeney / February 27, 2018

Chris Rock, David Spade, Kevin Nealon, and More Review Some Albums

These "staff selection" reviews originally appeared in the February 1993 issue of Spin, which was partially written and guest-edited by members of the SNL cast. Read interviews and stories from comedy…
SNL Cast / February 27, 2018

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