FLASHBACK: 7 Unforgettable AOL Undercover Sessions

Earlier today news broke over Twitter that Spinner and all of AOL Music would be shutting down. First impressions were that this would be a gradual change, but tweets sent from the Spinner account (which were later deleted) said that …

Such Gold

FREE DOWNLOAD: Such Gold – “Keyhole M.O.”

Punk rockers Such Gold have partnered up with Spinner to release the track “Keyhole M.O.” for free download. The song is taken from their most recent full length release titled Misadventures. You can stream and download the song by …


Alexisonfire to Tour One Last Time

Canadian post-hardcore outfit, Alexisonfire, broke up less than a year ago under a cloud of controversy. Guitarist/co-singer, Dallas Green, left the group to focus all his energy on his more successful side-project, City and Colour.  Never the less, …

Manchester Orchestra post live session

Manchester Orchestra recently recorded a live session with Spinner. Check out the band’s performances of “Simple Math,” “Pale Black Eye,” “Pensecola,” and more. Check out the live session here.

Mansions streaming ‘Dig Up The Dead’

Spinner is currently streaming the entire new album from Mansions, entitled Dig Up The Dead, before it hits the shelves on April 5th. This album is being released through Burning House/Kings Bones. Let us know what you think …

Prince sued by his own Lawyers

Click past the link to find out why Prince is being sued by his Lawyers for more than $700,000.

Spinner interviews Tegan And Sara

Fans of Tegan And Sara can watch a recent interview the duo did with Spinner, here.

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Bad Religion streams their entire discography

Bad Religion is teaming up with spinner and they are currently streaming their entire discography including Epitaph Records and major label releases.

The stream includes How Could Hell Be Any Worse?, Into the Unknown, Suffer, No Control, Against the Grain,

Thirty Seconds to Mars Talk with Spinner

Thirty Seconds to Mars recently sat down with AOL’s Spinner to discuss their latest release, This Is War.  In the short video interview, the guys answer questions on topics as diverse as the band’s musical evolution, their close relationship …

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