The Australian rock band’s new album is bad, but more importantly, it’s part of a trend.
The bands performed to a full and sweaty crowd.
Spinnaker hosted a launch party for the new FM Spinnaker Radio station, which can be heard on WSKR 95.5 FM.
Spinnaker Radio will debut Jacksonville’s only college radio station, WSKR 95.5 FM on April 13.
Movie Review: Furious 7 earned my respect with its focus on the relationships of the characters. Plus, with the amazing explosions, fight scenes and car stunts, James Wan has cooked up one of the most hyperkinetic action films of the year…
It’s been nearly a full year since Death Grips, the most exhilarating band of this era, released the first part of a planned double album, then unceremoniously “broke up.” In the span of the last ten or so months, its crazed, devout followers combed the Internet incessantly for some, any clue as to when the second disc would appear, and in what form.
Little Racer sat down On the Couch for an interview and show with the Spinnaker.
Students braved the rain to watch Mac Miller’s set on the first day of the OZ Music Fest on the Hodges Stadium field on March 5.
Doug Markowitz talks to indie icon and Swans frontman Michael Gira in this Spinnaker exclusive! They talk about the 2014 album “To Be Kind,” and the unique musical experience that is Swans. Gira performs with Swans on March 31 at Jack Rabbit’s. Spinnaker talks to Swans – February 2015 by […]
Local electronica band Tomboi is on the couch to discuss their time at South by Southwest, the queer music scene in Jacksonville and how to hustle. The band will kick off a new tour here in Jacksonville Feb. 25.
Whether you’re sad, heartbroken, in love or anywhere in between, this Valentine’s Day playlist has songs to suit the occasion.
Title Fight’s newest album, Hyperview, is the punk band’s fourth full-length album through ANTI-. It offers listeners a new style when compared to their old album.
The Animal Collective member’s latest solo album is all about death – or so it would seem. Noah Lennox’s new album is not as straightforward as the title Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper appears.
Of Montreal, a Georgia-based band, returned to Jacksonville and gave a musically and visually great performance.
Director Paul Thomas Anderson adapts Thomas Pynchon’s hippie-noir novel into a hilarious, paranoid romp through 1970s Los Angeles.
DJ Danae talks to Atlanta’s indie rockers Gringo Star*. They offer wisdom about songwriting, the road, coffee, and music that matters to them. *11/27/14 at 12:35 a.m. – Corrected name spelling because of editor error. Spinnaker talks to Gringo Star! by […]