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Spins: Lana Del Rey

Spins: Lana Del Rey

The pre-fab tabular rasa of “Born To Die” is a real human being after all…

Spins: June 2014

Spins: June 2014

AM Stereo

Spins: The Pixies

Spins: The Pixies

Album better than its title…

Spins: Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

Spins: Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks

Malkmus has never sounded more word drunk or happy….

Spins: Uncle Tupelo's No Depression (Reissue)

Spins: Uncle Tupelo’s No Depression (Reissue)

Favorite Uncle

Spins: Ebenezer Punk'd - Christmas CDs Reviewed!

Spins: Ebenezer Punk’d – Christmas CDs Reviewed!

Fighting the “War On Christmas,” one CD review at time!

Spins: Razorhouse

Spins: Razorhouse

Rife with “stuck in your brain” riffs

Like 1984 (Who could ask for more) Spins: The Clash; plus Depeche Mode live!

Like 1984 (Who could ask for more) Spins: The Clash; plus Depeche Mode live!

IE’s Bruce Pilato and Andy Argyrakis review two crucial bands of the Reagan-era

Spins: The Civil Wars

Spins: The Civil Wars

Nashville duo still together on record at least

Spins: Vampire Weekend – "Modern Vampires Of The City"

Spins: Vampire Weekend – “Modern Vampires Of The City”

Columbia grads’ third full-length looks upwards toward the great “I Am”

Christmas albums: The good, bad, and bah humbug!

Christmas albums: The good, bad, and bah humbug!

Reviews of Rod Stewart, Sufjan Stevens, Cee Lo, Chicago . . .

Bob Mould: Silver Age

Bob Mould: Silver Age

BOB MOULD Silver Age (Merge) Guitar album. No matter what precisely that means to you, it’s a tag that describes most of Bob Mould‘s recorded output over the past three decades of making music.

Lana Del Rey reviewed

Lana Del Rey reviewed

There’s a scene near the beginning of Lana Del Rey‘s video for the title track of this, her debut album, where her expression momentarily collapses and then she reacts to keep the tears from falling. If it were part of a movie, you’d think it expertly acted

Classic Spins: John Lennon Collection

Classic Spins: John Lennon Collection

The John Lennon canon is now at the tipping point: with the release of the new 38-song Working Class Hero (Capitol) collection, there are now more posthumous album releases by the ex-Beatle than there are actual solo albums he recorded while still alive.

In case you missed it (we did!)

In case you missed it (we did!)

You may have noticed that we skip coverage of some pretty big-time releases each month. Sometimes, that’s because the artists hold on to music until the last second, at which point we’ve already planned the next issue.

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Lover's Lane
Chrissie Hynde