We Were There - Page 2

Dum Dum Girls Go All-Black-Everything at Mercury Lounge

The Dum Dum Girls recently graced us with Too True, another mesmerizing, dead-poet-obsessed feast of goth-garage sumptuousness. Thursday night, they ran through the highlights at NYC's…
SPIN Staff / January 31, 2014

Belle and Sebastian Get Deeper Into Movies With a Sundance Music Cafe Set

So we've survived our long weekend at Sundance 2014, taking in tons of movies, from the fantastic (the terrifying revenge fantasy Blue Ruin) to the…
SPIN Staff / January 21, 2014

Fucked Up and DIIV Give Williamsburg DIY Spot 285 Kent an Epic Sendoff

We come tonight not to mourn 285 Kent, but to celebrate it... and to absorb the wisdom of Fucked Up frontman Damian Abraham, and to…
Michael Tedder / January 20, 2014

Charles Bradley Belts (and Sweats) Out the Heartache at Bowery Ballroom

Fearsomely committed soul belter Charles Bradley made our Top 20 R&B Albums of 2013 list with his swaggering, retro-minded Victim of Love, but he's even…
SPIN Staff / January 20, 2014

Holy Ship!!! 2014: SPIN’s Best Live Photos

We hope you followed SPIN's adventures on the high seas, as we selflessly embedded ourselves at Holy Ship!!!, the third-annual electronic music cruise thrown by…
SPIN Staff / January 13, 2014

Holy Ship!!! 2014: Pharrell’s Helicopter Lands, and the 5 Best Things We Saw Saturday

Follow SPIN's adventures on the high seas as we selflessly embed ourselves at Holy Ship!!!, the third-annual electronic music cruise thrown by the curatorial wizards…
Chris Martins / January 12, 2014

Holy Ship!!! 2014: Disclosure Crack a Few Smiles, and the 5 Best Things We Saw Friday

Follow SPIN's adventures on the high seas as we selflessly embed ourselves at Holy Ship!!!, the third annual electronic music cruise thrown by the curatorial…
Chris Martins / January 11, 2014

Against Me! Bring Their Raucous ‘Transgender Dysphoria Blues’ to the Music Hall of Williamsburg

Longtime punk-rock provocateurs Against Me! are gearing up for the January release of Transgender Dysphoria Blues, already one of the most talked-about rock records of…
Krista Schlueter / January 10, 2014

Flosstradamus Enjoy the Spoils of the Road on Their IRL Tour

Decadent Chicago DJ duo Flosstradamus were nice enough to let us tag along for some late-2013 dates on their IRL tour, taking in SF, Chicago,…
SPIN Staff / January 10, 2014

Holy Ship!!! 2014: Tiesto’s Surprise Set and the 5 Best Things We Saw Thursday

Follow SPIN's adventures on the high seas as we selflessly embed ourselves at Holy Ship!!!, the third annual electronic music cruise thrown by the curatorial…
Chris Martins / January 10, 2014

Waka Flocka Takes the Bay Area (and Its Donuts) by Storm

Beloved rapper and all-around People's Champ Waka Flocka Flame remains one of our favorite cover stars ever, and so we were delighted to accompany him…
SPIN Staff / January 8, 2014

Cakes Da Killa and DJ Sliink Blur Lines at Genre-Bending Brooklyn Show

Last night, at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, Red Bull Sound Select and AfroPunk-presented a raucous show featuring New York's eccentric, hard-spitter Cakes Da Killa…
SPIN Staff / December 18, 2013

Miley Cyrus and a Grinding Santa Claus Steal the Show at Z100’s Jingle Ball in NYC

It took Robin Thicke about two minutes of stage time at Z100's annual Jingle Ball fete at Madison Square Garden before he distanced himself from…
Puja Patel / December 14, 2013

Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo’s Tender Opening Night at Brooklyn’s Bell House

Yo La Tengo launched a four-night residency at Brooklyn's Bell House on Friday, playing a double-header set to a crowd of devotees who, in previous…
Kyle McGovern / December 14, 2013

Shout It Out: Mikal Cronin Warms New York’s Webster Hall

"We're from California," Mikal Cronin told a bundled up Webster Hall audience last night. "Our instruments don't like the cold." Though Cronin, longhaired purveyor one…
SPIN Staff / December 12, 2013
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