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Lee Ranaldo’s 10 Best Albums

Lee Ranaldo spent three decades playing guitar in Sonic Youth, as well as playing something of a George Harrison role in the band: the third…
Al Shipley / February 21, 2020

Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli Shares His ‘Random Desire’ on Solo Debut

Before they were rock royalty, Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen were artists who could best be classified as "If you know, you know." That means…
Steve Baltin / February 20, 2020

The 20 Best Ozzy Osbourne Solo Songs, Ranked

Ranking the top 20 Ozzy Osbourne solo songs ever?  This list probably shouldn’t have happened. Rewind back to April 1979 for a minute.
Sean Moltisanti / February 20, 2020

Better Call Saul Returns: Our 9 Favorite Musical Moments From the Breaking Bad Universe

Better Call Saul is finally back this Sunday, and as much as we’ve missed the twists and turns of the Breaking Bad universe, we have…
Tim Molloy / February 19, 2020

Radnor and Lee Tackle Age and Wisdom on Golden State

For Josh Radnor and Ben Lee, making music as a tandem is the bonus of being buds. The indie-folk duo, who released an album as…
Daniel Kohn / February 19, 2020

A Mark, A Mission, A Band, A Tour: Celebrating 20 Years of Dashboard Confessional

It’s Valentine’s Day and Chris Carrabba is a few hours away from performing in front of a sold-out crowd at The Wiltern in Los Angeles in…
Eran Ryan / February 18, 2020

The 10 Greatest Music Moments at the NBA All-Star Game

There’s probably no intersection between American sports and music that’s as strong and as symbiotic as the relationship between NBA and hip-hop. Countless pro ballers…
Al Shipley / February 14, 2020

Grey Daze’s Sean Dowdell on Finishing Their New Album Without Chester Bennington: “It Literally Grinded on Me”

Last week, the Phoenix-based Grey Daze announced plans to release their first album since 1997. The band, which was Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington's first,…
SPIN Staff / February 12, 2020

The Garden Doesn’t Care If You Like Their New Album

It may not feel like almost a decade ago when Wyatt and Fletcher Shears formed The Garden out of their Orange County home as teens. Yet…
Josh Chesler / February 10, 2020

Stone Temple Pilots’ Jeff Gutt: Perdida Is a “Very Vulnerable Album”

Months after Chester Bennington quit Stone Temple Pilots and months before his death, the band began searching for their next singer—a process that would involve…
Chris Harris / February 5, 2020

Green Day on Why Father of All Isn’t About Trump: ‘It’s Just Not Where We Are Right Now’

Green Day are releasing their 13th studio album, Father of All Motherfuckers, this Friday. Despite some folks pining for another version of American Idiot -- something…
Steve Baltin / February 4, 2020

Josh Klinghoffer Details His Red Hot Chili Peppers Departure and Legacy: ‘It’s Not Like I Feel Like a Failure’

A phone call with Eddie Vedder helped guitarist move forward from the surprising dismissal
Daniel Kohn / February 4, 2020

Noel Gallagher’s Best Insults About Liam Gallagher

For Noel Gallagher, reforming Oasis with brother Liam Gallagher isn't in the cards—at least not anytime soon. "Well it could. Of course it could.
Jolie Lash / February 3, 2020

Liam Gallagher’s Best Insults About Noel Gallagher

A decade after Oasis split, one of the most epic sibling squabbles in rock history—between Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher—is showing no signs of stopping. A much-longed…
Jolie Lash / February 3, 2020

The 35 Best Breakup Songs Ever

Murder! Suicide! Murder-suicide! Here's a compendium of pop’s most genius works of staggering heartbreak, with sentiments just caustic enough to make you consider sticking with…
SPIN Staff / January 30, 2020
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