36 Hours

Vision Quests and Taxidermy: 36 Hours With Phosphorescent

Currently touring behind his excellent 'Muchacho,' Phosphorescent (the working name of Matthew Houck), brought his beautifully ramshackle songs to Texas for the Austin City Limits…
SPIN Staff / October 14, 2013

Wild Style: 36 Hours With Frankie Rose

Frankie Rose is what you might call a music lifer, having played with just about every bloggable indie-pop band — Vivian Girls! Crystal Stilts! Dum…
Jeremy Gordon / October 11, 2013

The NoCal Option: 36 Hours with Bleached in San Francisco and Big Sur

Jennifer and Jessie Clavin of the sun-soaked garage-rock outfit Bleached recently hit the road for a west coast tour opening for their friends in Best…
Jeanette D. Moses / September 18, 2013

Pardon the Eruption: 36 Hours in Milwaukee with Volcano Choir

Tonight in Chicago, Volcano Choir will enjoy the first set of their first North American tour, a run of five dates that will take the…
David Bevan / September 6, 2013

Vida Loca: 36 Hours with Gogol Bordello in New York and New Jersey

To celebrate the release of their sixth album, Pura Vida Conspiracy, Eugene Hütz and his motley assemblage of gypsy-punks, Gogol Bordello, stormed New York, the…
SPIN Staff / August 27, 2013

The Royal We: 36 Hours in San Francisco with King Tuff

Even after months on the road in support of the reissue of his rediscovered classic Was Dead, Vermont garage-glam guitar god King Tuff is still…
Paula Mejia / August 16, 2013

Follow Charli XCX on the Brit Upstart’s First Trip to the U.S.

Though 19-year-old goth-pop hurricane Charli XCX has been performing and releasing albums since she was 14, it wasn't until this March that she made her…
David Bevan / June 26, 2012