Music

WTF

Hvad sker der for, at white power-musik stortrives på YouTube?

Had-grupper bruger videoportalen til at rekruttere nye medlemmer, og videoerne er nærmest umulige at få fjernet.
Mack Lamoureux
7.26.18
Noisey News

Five Years of Noisey: Here's What We Have Coming

We love you almost as much as we love music.
Noisey Staff
9.14.16
The Noisey Guide to

The Noisey Guide to the New Headphone Jack-Free iPhone 7

Apple's new iPhone doesn't have a headphone jack. What does this mean for consumers?
Noisey Staff
9.12.16
The Greatest Things Of All Time

A Tribute to Muse, the Band That Mounts the World

An entirely unprompted celebration of the band that does rock music the best because they do it the dumbest.
Phil Witmer
8.8.16
festivals 2016

An A-Z of Glastonbury... For Dummies!

A standard guide to navigating festivals in general isn't any use. You need some sort of map, like Lonely Planet but with some references to stomach-rotting drugs.
Noisey Staff
6.21.16
Holy Shit

Yeah! Hear Usher's New Track "No Limit" Featuring Young Thug

Two of the best voices on the same track.
John Hill
6.9.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Bono Joins Bruce Springsteen in Ireland to Perform "Because The Night"

Legacy levels of bromance.
John Hill
5.30.16
Bootymath's Guide to Better Living

Bootymath's Guide to Better Living: How to Watch Porn

Want to watch people make gang signs with their meat bits on camera like a pro? Let Bootymath guide you.
Bootymath
5.25.16
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Footage of Radiohead's First Live Show in its Entirety

Including "My Iron Lung" for the first time in seven years.
John Hill
5.21.16
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health

What's It Like to Be in a Band When You're Living with Bipolar Disorder?

"When you’re manic," explains Patrick Stickles from Titus Andronicus, "it can be dangerous to have a lot of people respond to it positively."
Emily Reynolds
5.16.16
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health

How Music Helped Me Back from the Edge of Suicide

The bath, where my suicide attempt took place, was the only place I felt comfortable. I would perch my laptop on a chair, and replay the same song until the rest of me reached saturation point.
Alanna McArdle
5.16.16
Interviews

Meet the Student Using His Master's Thesis to Unite His Local Music Scene

A software engineer wants to bring his city's music communities together.
5.10.16
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