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SPIN Weekly | Lorde Is Back, 15 Min. Performance: Rozzi, Wolfgang Van Halen, RZA's Favorite Albums, 20 Songs to Electrify Your Weekend + more

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SPIN Daybreaker: 20 Songs to Electrify Your Weekend

It hasn’t been long since we’ve last seen you (this week has flown by), but alas, welcome back to another week of music discovery. We’ve got lots of exciting new music coming through that’s all about musical liberation. The artists showcased are the embodiment of being just that – an artist.... (cont.)
 


Lorde Releases ‘Solar Power’ and Announces New Album of the Same Name

For the first time in four years, Lorde is back. Everyone’s favorite New Zealand pop star just released her first single since Melodrama, unveiling the video for “Solar Power,” the title track for her upcoming third album. "There’s someone I want you to meet. She’s sexy, playful, feral, and free. She’s.... (cont.)
 


5 Albums I Can’t Live Without: RZA

"Any way to listen to music, I love and enjoy, but I’m home back east at the Wu Mansion, I like to listen to music on vinyl. The slight variation of speed, there’s something about the ebb and flow of it that makes me always feel alive. Like the The Donny Hathaway Collection includes songs that get you in.... (cont.)
Clairo Preps Sophomore Album Sling, Releases ‘Blouse’ Featuring Lorde

The album is produced by producer-extraordinaire Jack Antonoff. Clairo also thanked her noble dog, Joanie, for opening up “my world in ways I didn’t think was capable.”.... (cont.)
 
The Rising Son

Wolfgang Van Halen heard it all—and still does—from angry fans, and it doesn’t phase him. He's not only managed to keep a level head but literally laughs off the angry messages from his father’s boomer fan base. Yet if these people.... (cont.)
 
Rush’s Geddy Lee Tells Dave Grohl What It’s Like Being the Son of Holocaust Survivors in From Cradle to Stage

In the episode, Geddy Lee speaks about his Jewish family history. “From a very early age, I knew my parents were holocaust survivors,”.... (cont.)
 

15 Minute Live Performances: Rozzi

This week’s edition of 15 Minute Live Performances features one of our favorite rising artists: Rozzi. Earlier this year, Rozzi gave us a peek into her daily routine in our A Day in the Life of… feature, and it’s easy to see why she’s on the brink of big things. Watch Rozzi do her thing in this 15 Minute Live Performance.... (cont.) 
 
Poppy Surprise Releases Eat EP in Collaboration With WWE

“NXT is all about individuality and building characters and Poppy has built her own brand in a similar fashion to become the world-renowned artist she is today,” Paul Levesque, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development said in a statement. This could be what she meant when she told us last year that she had some new songs ready to go.... (cont.)
PRICIE Lets It All Out

The multi-hyphenate PRICIE throws herself into every aspect of her art: rapping, singing, songwriting, singing and dancing. Her uplifting sound is influenced by the gospel, Nigerian funk and neo-soul of her childhood, but what drives and distinguishes PRICIE’s music is her ambition to instill confidence in her listeners. It’s what landed her a manager: Pat Corocan (Chance the Rap.... (cont.)
 
Sinead O’Connor Reverses Course and Isn’t Retiring

Sinead O’Connor isn’t retiring after all. A few days after saying that she was giving up touring and recording, the singer-songwriter had a change of heart. “Good news. Fuck retiring. I retract. Am not retiring. I was temporarily allowing pigs in lipstick to fuck my head up".... (cont.)
 
Jim Ward Doesn’t Care If You Only Like Him in At the Drive-In or Sparta, He’ll Keep Rocking For Himself

Ward is taking things in a direction he’s technically never gone before. His new solo album, Daggers (out Today via Dine Alone Records), isn’t just one man with an acoustic guitar. This time around, he picked.... (cont.)
 

Artist x Artist: All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth and Meet Me @ the Altar in Conversation

In the latest installment of our Artist x Artist series, we’re bringing together two of the better-known voices in pop-punk. All Time Low’s legacy in the genre is firmly established and in this case, vocalist/guitarist Alex Gaskarth was an early champion of the outstanding Meet Me @ the Altar, who have proved.... (cont.)
 
DJ Marley Marl’s New Podcast Legendize Sets the Record Straight

He spoke with SPIN to discuss his new venture and some of the most notable moments throughout his career. “I just had to do this podcast because there's too much misinformation out there.”.... (cont.)

Danny Elfman Is a Big Mess

At this point in his career, the 68-year-old can do pretty much whatever he wants. After two decades leading Oingo Boingo and nearly four crafting some of Hollywood’s most memorable scores, theme songs, and other tracks, nobody at Anti- (his label) is going to tell Elfman what he can and cannot do.... (cont.)
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