The Dismemberment Plan

The Dismemberment Plan’s Travis Morrison Ponders ‘Change,’ Track By Track

This week, heady D.C. post-punks the Dismemberment Plan are reissuing 2001's Change, their fourth and most aptly titled album, which was also their last full-length…
Dan Weiss / November 4, 2014

SPIN Ranks 2013’s Best and Worst Comeback Albums

SPIN already dubbed "dance/pop" — not dance-pop — the Trend of the Year, but now it's time we look at another major theme that hung…
Kyle McGovern / December 20, 2013

The Dismemberment Plan Slouch Toward Maturity on ‘Uncanny Valley’

Despite the love songs, the tempered tempos, and the "You say 'cluster' / I say 'fuck'!" call-and-response joke, the Dismemberment Plan's first album in 12…
Dan Weiss / October 17, 2013

Dismemberment Plan Celebrate End of ‘Waiting’ With Goofy Video

The Dismemberment Plan's appealingly nonchalant reunion has received a video in the same wry spirit. Uncanney Valley, the brainy funk-punk-pop outfit's first album since 2001's…
Marc Hogan / October 15, 2013

D-Day: Travis Morrison Dissects the Dismemberment Plan’s Return

Though Washington, D.C. stalwarts the Dismemberment Plan are returning this month with Uncanney Valley, their first album in 12 years, the march of time means…
Jordan Sargent / October 11, 2013

Hear Dismemberment Plan’s Ode to Parental Sacrifice ‘Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer’

Of all the songs on the Dismemberment Plan's upcoming album Uncanney Valley, "Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer" is the smoothest ride. The D.C. luminaries…
Jordan Sargent / September 10, 2013

Dismemberment Plan Drop Twitchy NYC Transplant Anthem ‘Invisible’

The Dismemberment Plan's music is nervy and spastic, which makes it the perfect setting for a song about the anxiety of moving to New York…
Jordan Sargent / August 22, 2013

Dismemberment Plan Offer Call ‘Waiting’ Experience to Song-Starved Fans

The Dismemberment Plan bring a 12-year recording hiatus to a close on October 15 with Uncanney Valley, the D.C. math-pop band's first album since their excellent…
Chris Martins / July 15, 2013

The Dismemberment Plan Return With ‘Uncanney Valley,’ Their First Album in 12 Years

The Dismemberment Plan will release their first album in 12 years this fall. On October 15, Partisan Records will issue Uncanney Valley, the Washington, D.C.
Kyle McGovern / June 26, 2013

Dismemberment Plan Play First New Songs in a Decade, Hint at More on the Way

Every time a beloved band reunites for live shows, some amount of will-they-or-won't-they speculation starts about the possibility they'll write new songs together. Sometimes, as…
Marc Hogan / August 14, 2012

Dismemberment Plan Launch Reunion in D.C.

On the first night of the Dismemberment Plan's string of sold-out reunion shows, a few things had changed since the last time the band played…
Jonathan Fischer / January 24, 2011

Why They’re Called… The Dismemberment Plan

Welcome to the weekly feature "Name That Band!" inwhich we get the inside stories behind the mysterious monikers of some ofour favorite artists. (See…
David Marchese / December 27, 2010

The 20 Best Albums of 2001

The 20 best albums of 2001, ranked by the SPIN editors. [This list was originally published in the January 2002 issue of SPIN.]…
SPIN Staff / December 31, 2001