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More Spin Moves, Spun Out

spin_nirvana.jpgFrom today’s e-mailbag, it seems another pair of Spin editors are packing up their vintage Fender amps and distortion foot pedals for a tour elsewhere.

Messages went out today from Spin editors Caryn Ganz and Jon Dolan that they’re no longer with the mag.

Their e-mails — including Ganz’ praise for the all the noise Spin‘s created over the years — are after the jump.
spin_nirvana.jpgFrom today’s e-mailbag, it seems another pair of Spin editors are packing up their vintage Fender amps and distortion foot pedals for a tour elsewhere.

Messages went out today from Spin editors Caryn Ganz and Jon Dolan that they’re no longer with the mag.

Their e-mails — including Ganz’ praise for the all the noise Spin‘s created over the years — are after the jump.
spin_nirvana.jpgFrom today’s e-mailbag, it seems another pair of Spin editors are packing up their vintage Fender amps and distortion foot pedals for a tour elsewhere.

Messages went out today from Spin editors Caryn Ganz and Jon Dolan that they’re no longer with the mag.

Their e-mails — including Ganz’ praise for the all the noise Spin‘s created over the years — are after the jump.


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From: “Caryn Ganz”
To: “Caryn Ganz”
Subject: Spun Out

Hi,

This impersonal email is to inform you that as of last Friday, I’m no longer at Spin. If we happened to have been working on a story for the June issue, please contact Kyle Anderson about its status.

I’m quite proud of Spin’s Noise section, and very thankful for everything you all did that made it possible-the albums, the information, the show invites, the tips, the access, the patience you had with me, and the enthusiasm you all have for your acts. I certainly hope to be working with you all again very soon. Please keep me in the loop with email press releases and the like (I’ll send along a mailing address when I figure that out). You haven’t gotten rid of me just yet.

And if anyone ever has the urge to pitch me an artist so I can not respond in a timely manner, just go ahead. I’ll be at this email address.

Thanks again,

Caryn
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From: “Caryn Ganz”
To: “Caryn Ganz”
Subject: Spun Out

Hi,

This impersonal email is to inform you that as of last Friday, I’m no longer at Spin. If we happened to have been working on a story for the June issue, please contact Kyle Anderson about its status.

I’m quite proud of Spin’s Noise section, and very thankful for everything you all did that made it possible-the albums, the information, the show invites, the tips, the access, the patience you had with me, and the enthusiasm you all have for your acts. I certainly hope to be working with you all again very soon. Please keep me in the loop with email press releases and the like (I’ll send along a mailing address when I figure that out). You haven’t gotten rid of me just yet.

And if anyone ever has the urge to pitch me an artist so I can not respond in a timely manner, just go ahead. I’ll be at this email address.

Thanks again,

Caryn
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From: jon dolan
Subject: Leaving Spin

Hi Everyone,

Friday was my last day at Spin. I’ve truly enjoyed
working with all of you.

my new contact info is:

[REDACTED]
[REDACTED]
Brooklyn, NY
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