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(Spin Magazine)   Spin presents its annual Hall of Shame, which features everything from Hologram Tupac to Chris Brown but fails to mention the demise of its print magazine   (spin.com) divider line 2
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2012-12-31 03:45:01 PM  
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theurge14: I discontinued my SPIN magazine subscription about a year ago. Long story short, too much hipster and not enough good music. It wasn't all terrible, the concert photos were great and enthusiasm for music was definitely there, but their obsession with twee indie shiat made by awkward guys in weird beards got old fast.


It was a prime example of "if ain't broke, don't fix it". I liked Spin the way it was, until they changed into that god-awful giant tabloid format and started catering to hipster douchebags, as if the world needed a print version of Pitchfork or Stereogum.
2012-12-31 10:17:11 AM  
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I discontinued my SPIN magazine subscription about a year ago. Long story short, too much hipster and not enough good music. It wasn't all terrible, the concert photos were great and enthusiasm for music was definitely there, but their obsession with twee indie shiat made by awkward guys in weird beards got old fast.
 
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