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The Shins

Shins, The

5 articles


The Shins: Bowery Ballroom, New York

Live Review by Devon Powers, PopMatters, 23 September 2003

THE SHINS are fantastic. When I say fantastic, I'm not speaking of their musical ability or creative chops — fantastic here is not a synonym ...

The Shins

Guide by Rob Hughes, Uncut, April 2004

Power pop? Another bunch of Beatles nerds with '60s gear and no tunes, then? ...

The Shins: Chutes Too Narrow

Review by Keith Cameron, MOJO, April 2004

AN EXISTENTIAL obstacle course. A meditation on the ineffable mysteries of love. An incredible pop record. ...

The Shins: Transgressive

Review by Jude Rogers, New Statesman, 22 January 2007

THE SHINS – four men in their mid-thirties from New Mexico who style themselves as "an American pop combo" – are the literate, intelligent music ...

Danger Mouse Rings In The New

Interview by Andy Gill, The Independent, 26 March 2010

The superstar producer/remixer of Blur, Beck, the Black Keys and many more has teamed up with the frontman of The Shins. Andy Gill meets the ...

see also Broken Bells

see also Richard Swift


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