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SPIN Sessions Presents: Monolink

Always challenging himself to innovate and move beyond his musical stratosphere, Monolink is an articulate, active and ever-evolving artist bending the musical limits one project…
SPIN Staff / June 11, 2021

SPIN Sets Presents: ASW

ASW is a radiant and unique symbol for resilience and redemption. He's undefinable and in constant evolution, never losing sight of his purpose. Surfing the…
SPIN Staff / June 11, 2021

SPIN Daybreaker: Down the Yellow Brick Road

It hasn't been long since we’ve last seen you (this week has flown by), but alas, welcome back to another week and another week of…
Eleni Rodriguez / June 11, 2021

15 Minute Live Performances: Rozzi

This week’s edition of 15 Minute Live Performances (watch previous Performances from UPSAHL, KANDLE and our favorite New Orleans-based collective Cha Wa) features one of…
Daniel Kohn / June 11, 2021

5 Albums I Can’t Live Without: RZA

Name RZA Best known for The Fatal Flying Guillotine Carrier. Current city Los Angeles. Really want to be in…
Liza Lentini / June 11, 2021

Liz Almighty

It’s no coincidence Liz Phair’s new album Soberish was released just in time for the entire world to reemerge into existence. Since her…
Liza Lentini / June 11, 2021

Artist x Artist: All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth and Meet Me @ the Altar in Conversation

In the latest installment of our Artist x Artist series, we're bringing together two of the better-known voices in pop-punk. All Time Low's legacy in…
SPIN Staff / June 10, 2021

Jim Ward Doesn’t Care If You Only Like Him in At the Drive-In or Sparta, He’ll Keep Rocking For Himself

It’s hard to form a band that’s going to stand the test of time. Having a big hit is one thing, but launching an act…
Josh Chesler / June 10, 2021

Wire Look Back With Fondness at Post-Millennial Work

Wire is your favorite band’s favorite band.  Guided By Voices’ Robert Pollard professes reverence. My…
Logan Blake / June 10, 2021

A Day in the Life of…Tom Holkenborg

Dutch-born Tom Holkenborg (a.k.a. Junkie XL) is that rare artist who fills out the otherwise ridiculous and usually lazily applied "Renaissance Man" mantle. He's a…
Liza Lentini / June 9, 2021

Danny Elfman Is a Big Mess

Within seconds of joining a Zoom interview, Danny Elfman is already running at speeds that would make the White Rabbit feel like the calmest being…
Josh Chesler / June 9, 2021

Shirley Manson Aims to Find Truth on Garbage’s No Gods No Masters

At the onset of what became the tangled COVID era, practically everyone found themselves wrestling with serious existential questions. But Garbage singer Shirley Manson, at a…
Tom Lanham / June 9, 2021

PRICIE Lets It All Out

The multi-hyphenate PRICIE throws herself into every aspect of her art: rapping, singing, songwriting, singing and dancing. And that level of focus has helped propel her…
Tomas Miriti Pacheco / June 9, 2021

Dead History Is the Oldest New Post-Hardcore Band Around — And They’re Perfectly Fine With That

Dead History is still a pretty new band — almost as much as they very much aren’t. In a similar manner, Dead History could easily…
Josh Chesler / June 8, 2021

The Rising Son

Up a difficult-to-see road, branching off one of the busiest roadways that cuts through Beverly Hills to the San Fernando Valley, is one of the…
Daniel Kohn / June 7, 2021
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