Noisey birthed in 2011. Since then, in those two short years, the website has grown into one of the smartest, sharpest, and most dynamic music hubs on the planet—continually breaking the mold and defining music coverage in the evolving media landscape. Noisey.com itself reaches millions and millions of readers and subscribers a month, a must-stop source for new music, investigative journalism, and artist-sourced content. In 2012, Noisey continued its takeover by partnering with YouTube as a premium content provider, creating a slew of nontraditional shows that embrace VICE's signature offbeat coverage, illustrating the absurdity and poignancy of the modern life.
But more than just storytelling, Noisey understands the culture in which we live, throwing popular parties and shows worldwide, hosting online listening parties for new records, discovering the freshest and most exciting artists, and producing videos for today's most innovative and creative musicians. Fans come to us not only for everything vital in the realms of rock, rap, metal, and punk, but to understand how to think about those worlds. Our audience is as smart as their taste—read on to learn more about them.
This Modern Love: We Are Scientists
Do you rate 'BASEketball,' love Hanes v-necks, and dancing to goofy-ass, Prohibition-era jazz? You may be the lady Keith from We Are Scientists has been scouring the planet for.
A Conversation with New York Legend—Photographer Maripol
Photographer/Designer Maripol's styled Madonna, Deborah Harry, and Grace Jones. She talks about her experiences in NY in the early 80s, her new book, plus here's the premiere of her song and video for "Tuesday."
Here's 11 Awesome Things About Petite Meller's Video for "IceBear" ft. Joe Fleisch
Parisian pop princess goes winter wonderland weird.
Here's "Hero"—The Brand New Tune by Diplo, Frank Ocean, and The Clash
We hung out with the boys in Brooklyn about this unlikely collaboration
"Daughter, Daughter" by D/C Will Make You Root for the Supposed Bad Boy
When will parents understand that when they butt into your love life, you're gonna run 100 miles per hour in the other direction?
An Interview With Georgia Nott of BROODS
Gorgia Nott has a lot to be happy about. At 19, the New Zealand musician is half of BROODS, one of the quickest rising duos in electronic pop music at the moment.
Keep Up With Our SXSW 2014 Coverage Here
Hopefully, we don't die.
The Score: Mapping the Music and Style of 'That Thing You Do!'
Sixties chic via the 90s and that one song over and over and over.
We're Premiering Big K.R.I.T.'s "Steps" Documentary & a New Song Feat. Big SANT & Smoke DZA
#weekofKRIT Is Almost Over.
Kanye West and Crustpunk: Together at Last
It's the Leftöver Crack/Kanye mashup you've been waiting for.