Kanye Sounds Like a Bad Date
Pete Davidson finally explains that viral photo of his dinner with Kanye: "He's an order the fucking everything because I can and then we all have one bite, maybe... because fuck you... guy."
"Our Brother": Music World Reacts to Nipsey Hussle's Tragic Death
Tributes flood in after the rapper was reportedly fatally shot on Sunday 31 March outside his clothing shop in Los Angeles.
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We Talked to Woodstock Attendees About the 50th Anniversary Lineup
"I have no idea who most of these artists are, to be honest," one woman who was there in 1969 told Noisey.
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Watch Conor Oberst and Phoebe Bridgers Finally Cover "Shallow"
Better Oblivion Community Center surprised Brooklyn Steel last night with a pitch perfect rendition of the 'A Star Is Born' breakout.
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Idaho's Treefort Is Better Than the Mega-Festivals
Why I traveled all the way from Australia to Boise, Idaho in a time when the lineups for most music festivals all seem the same.
Gaspar Noé’s 'Climax' Is Every Raver’s Worst Nightmare
The director opens up about the film's stellar soundtrack—featuring cathartic cuts from Aphex Twin and Daft Punk—and the ways a beautiful night out can turn really dark.
I Drank So Much Milkshake With Tommy Genesis
The Canadian rapper and visual artist had a convo with Noisey about sculpture, sci-fi fiction and spacial synaesthesia.
Charli XCX Formed A Pop Band That’s Half Spice Girls, Half Runaways
Today Nasty Cherry make their debut with "Win," a brash, bratty pop-punk track that was co-written by Charli XCX and is a perfect introduction to the four-member all-girl group.
Remembering 'Summerteeth,' the Album Where Wilco Became Wilco
'Summerteeth' turns 20 this week, and while it is a flawed album, it established the confessional lyrics and studio magic that would go on to become the band's signature.
Who the Hell is Jimi Somewhere?
The 20-year-old is being hailed as Norway’s answer to Kevin Abstract. We’re premiering a song and video from his second EP, PONYBOY.
Stella Donnelly Is Ready to Piss a Lot of People Off
The Australian songwriter's debut album 'Beware of the Dogs' sticks the knife in misogynists and other regressive bullshit artists. She knows that some won't take too kindly to that.
Music Videos Have Revolutionised Our Views on Sex and Gender
Ryann Donnelly’s first book ‘Justify My Love: Sex, Subversion and Music Video’ is about sex in music videos, as inspired by her life as a musician. We spoke to her about it.
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