Billeder fra den københavnske punkscene

Vi bad den danske musikveteran Ole Dreyer Wogensen om at dele sine billeder og krigshistorier, fra dengang punken var stor i København.
Andreas Digens

When Owning 10,000 Punk Badges Isn't Enough

Image as Virus celebrates the history of the punk badge.
Tim Scott

MØ Is a Modern Day Sporty Spice with One Billion YouTube Views

As the Danish pop star gets closer to becoming a household name, it’s too bad most don’t know how to pronounce it.
Christopher Thompson

Winston Hightower’s Home Recorded Tapes Sound Lo-Fi But He’s Hi-Fi In Everything Else

The enthusiastic and prolific young Columbus songwriter is your non-standard Ohioan.
Noisey Staff

Make-Overs Challenge Die Antwoord’s Monopoly on Wild South African Music Duos

Listen to 'Internal Logic' a track from the band's forthcoming record on Heel Turn Records.
Noisey Staff
Holy Shit

Life Is Short so Blow out Your Speakers to Miya Folick's "Pet Body"

This song kicks ass, so you may as well. Check out the video for the LA singer-guitarist's delightfully unhinged new single.
Andrea Domanick

Shitting Gold: Right Now, Diarrhea Planet Might Just Be the Best Band in the Universe

D-Planet's Jordan Smith discusses their new record 'Turn to Gold,' the sonic logistics of having four guitar players, and the band’s unlikely dedication to physical fitness.
Drew Millard

Go Going, Go Going, Gone: One Last Star Turn for America’s Most Punk Pop Stars, the Go Go's

They were America's sweethearts but they were also badasses who became the first all-girl group to write their own songs and play their own instruments to score a number one LP.
Nick Levine

Redd Kross and Side Eyes Remind Us How Badass the Go-Go's Actually Were

The SoCal punk family affair resurrects Charlotte Caffey's "Don't Talk to Me," premiering today from their forthcoming split 7 inch.
Artemis Thomas-Hansard

This Is How to Vomit (Successfully) at a Party

Considering vomiting at a party is the most disrespectful thing you can possibly do, this is a very good skill to have in your back pocket.
Noisey Staff
In Memoriam

The Acheron Is Closing, and NYC's Live Music Scene will Never be the Same

The Acheron was more than just a venue. It was a welcoming oasis of metal, punk, and weirdness in a world that doesn't think we matter.
Kim Kelly
we saw this

Did We Really Witness Bane's Last Show?

Last night, Bane played to over 2,200 people at the Worcester Palladium. We asked fans and musicians alike whether or not it will be the band's last.
Derek Scancarelli