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Amy Winehouse: SPIN’s 2007 Cover Story, ‘Lady Sings the Blues’

The following remembrance was written in the days following Amy Winehouse's death on July 23, 2011. To mark the anniversary of her passing, we've republished this…
Steve Kandell / July 23, 2015

‘Shake Your Hands’ With Monika and Andrew Wyatt on New Single

Monika Christodoulou's upcoming album Secret in the Dark is not technically her debut — she's released two well-received albums in her native Greece — but her latest single…
Tree Palmedo / July 22, 2015

Baskerville Lets Good ‘Times’ Roll on New Single

Though it was once a duo, Baskerville is now the solo project of Dutch DJ/producer Thijs van der Klugt. A dance-world mainstay who's made a name…
Tree Palmedo / July 17, 2015

Bag Raiders Go Chasing ‘Waterfalls’ on New Single

After a five-year absence, Australian synth-pop duo Bag Raiders are plunging back into the scene with their upcoming Waterfalls EP. They've already released the record's opening number, and now they've shared…
Tree Palmedo / July 16, 2015

What the Boss’ Blues Shouting Means for the Young Folk of America

This is the Final Part of SPIN's November 1985 cover story on Bruce Springsteen. (Check out the others, by Glenn O'Brien, Richard Meltzer, and Tama Janowitz, respectively.)…
Amiri Baraka / July 9, 2015

No Excuse for Bruce After Punk

This is Part Three of SPIN's November 1985 cover story on Bruce Springsteen. (Check out the others, by Tama Janowitz, Glenn O'Brien, and Amiri Baraka, respectively.)…
Richard Meltzer / July 9, 2015

‘Oh No, You Too?’: Convincing Myself, In Favor of the Odds, to Like Bruce Springsteen

This is Part Two of SPIN's November 1985 cover story on Bruce Springsteen. (Check out the others, by Tama Janowitz, Richard Meltzer, and Amiri Baraka, respectively.)…
Glenn O'Brien / July 9, 2015

SPIN’s 1985 Cover Story: Confessions of a Number One Bruce Springsteen Groupie

This is is Part One of SPIN’s November 1985 cover story on Bruce Springsteen. (Check out the others, by Glenn O'Brien, Richard Meltzer, and Amiri Baraka, respectively.)…
Tama Janowitz / July 9, 2015

Yung Are ‘Burning Bodies’ on Fiery New Single

Danish punk quartet Yung are, well, young, but the band, led by 21-year-old vocalist Mikkel Holm Silkjær, make nuanced rock with a veteran's edge. So it's…
Tree Palmedo / July 9, 2015

Civil Twilight Tell the ‘Story of an Immigrant’ on New LP

Three of the four members of Civil Twilight — all except keyboardist Kevin Dailey — are immigrants, having relocated from Cape Town, South Africa to…
Tree Palmedo / July 6, 2015

Stream Westkust’s Loud and Sunny Debut ‘Last Forever’

If you squint, you might mistake Sweden's Westkust for a dreamy L.A. rock band — and not just because of their name. Indeed, the band's fluffy melodies would fit comfortably…
Tree Palmedo / June 30, 2015

Knuckle Puck Set Amps and Emotions to Max on ‘True Contrite’

Chicago pop-punk unit Knuckle Puck are currently traversing the country with the 2015 Vans Warped Tour, but that hasn't stopped them from dropping morsels for…
Tree Palmedo / June 30, 2015

Philadelphia Collins Rock Out Like Animals on ‘Dogsbody’

Philadelphia Collins is a side project for all involved, but while their music is loose, it never feels tossed off. The post-punk duo, which comprises Speedy Ortiz's…
Tree Palmedo / June 30, 2015

Bang Gang Explores Dark Rooms in New Video for ‘Sabazios O’

Last week, Bardi Johnansson — the Icelandic songwriter who makes music as Bang Gang — released The Wolves Are Whispering, his first album since 2008. Now, he's released a video for the…
Tree Palmedo / June 29, 2015

Get ‘Lost’ With Dan Andriano in the Emergency Room on New Single

When not penning tunes and holding down the bass chair for pop-punk stalwarts the Alkaline Trio, Dan Andriano makes music on the side as Dan…
Tree Palmedo / June 22, 2015

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