Frankie Rose

Frankie Rose – “At Night” (The Cure Cover)

Brooklyn dream-goth solo act Frankie Rose recently announced that she'd covered the entirety of the Cure's 1980 album Seventeen Seconds, part of an ongoing series sponsored by the vinyl subscription…
Anna Gaca / October 26, 2017

Frankie Rose – “A Forest” (The Cure Cover)

Frankie Rose has announced a full-length cover of the Cure's 1980 album Seventeen Seconds and released her version of the original album's lead single, "A Forest." The…
Anna Gaca / September 25, 2017

Frankie Rose – “Dyson Sphere”

Frankie Rose's latest solo album, Cage Tropical, arrives this Friday (August 11). We've already heard "Trouble" and "Red Museum," and this morning, Rose followed up with "Dyson Sphere." The…
Anna Gaca / August 7, 2017

Frankie Rose – “Red Museum”

Frankie Rose recently announced a new solo album, Cage Tropical, with a single called "Trouble." Today, we've got a second peek, the watercolor-dreamy "Red Museum." The song opens with chiming…
Anna Gaca / July 14, 2017

Frankie Rose Announces New Record Cage Tropical, Releases “Trouble”

Frankie Rose has announced Cage Tropical, her follow-up record to 2013's Herein Wild. She's also released a new song called "Trouble," which you can hear below via…
Jeremy Gordon / June 14, 2017

The 24 Best Bands We Saw in Austin (And Some Dogs, Too)

We just got home from SXSW, and saw more than 50 bands in the span of five days. Here's the best of what we saw.
SPIN Staff / March 20, 2017

SXSW 2017: The Best Live Music We Saw Thursday, Featuring Frankie Rose, Talib Kweli, More

As South By Southwest entered full swing on Thursday, the SPIN staff spent the day hopping between official showcases, the conference (where we saw Spoon's…
SPIN Staff / March 17, 2017

Frankie Rose Offshoot Beverly Work Out Shimmering Dream-Pop on ‘Careers’

Sometimes a song is so good it becomes a crazed obsession. Example: The nearly-perfect "All the Things," from the debut outing by Brooklyn's Beverly, a…
Jon Young / July 1, 2014

Stream Small Black’s Luxe, Synth-Popped ‘Real People’ EP

Brooklyn's Small Black really hit their stride with last year's Limits of Desire, an album that deftly expanded their warm, synth-fed sound into an epic…
Chris Martins / March 24, 2014

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

10 Albums You Can Hear Now: Mazzy Star, Kings of Leon, Icona Pop, and More

Welcome to Wednesday, where we're serving streams of new albums by the revived Mazzy Star, Kings of Leon, CHVRCHES, Icona Pop, and Windhand. Find all…
Kyle McGovern / September 18, 2013

Hear Frankie Rose’ Haunting Cover of the Damned’s ‘Street of Dreams’

On the heels of her dreamy track "Sorrow," Frankie Rose is back with another '80s throwback, only this time it's way less upbeat. Her cover…
Dan Reilly / August 29, 2013

Frankie Rose Doesn’t Sound Too Sad on Dreamy ‘Sorrow’

Frankie Rose is back with the follow-up to last year's SPIN Essential, Interstellar — a "sine wave of angel-choir bombast and baritone-guitar bliss and celestial figurativeness," as…
Dan Reilly / August 1, 2013

Last Night: SPIN Braves Fashion’s Night Out 2012

Fashion's Night Out is something like Fashion Week's grand entrance — like Fashion Week throwing open the front door in a hot pink feather boa…
Julianne Escobedo Shepherd / September 7, 2012
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