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Op-Eds

Pop Is Making It Okay For Men To Be Boys

The pop songs offering a refreshing alternative to Weinstein-era masculinity.
Mikaella Clements
11.9.17
Festivals 2017

Photographic Evidence Maggot Fest Was 2017's Wildest Weekend

Four days, three venues, and fifty acts turned into one loud and long party.
Noisey Staff
10.30.17
international relations

How Napalm Death Influenced a Generation of Indonesian Metalheads

'Harmony Corruption' was the album that gave birth to the country's death metal scene.
Samack
8.20.17
Photographs

Reckless Zine Pushes You to the Front of Australia's Punk Scene

A new photo zine captures the snarl of bands such as Power, Royal Headache, NUN, and Total Control.
Tim Scott
8.18.17
Nice Song, What's It About?

Talking “Cop Killer” With Body Count’s Ice-T

“I don’t hate cops, I’ve been playing a cop on TV for 18 years.”
Tim Scott
6.1.17
Interview

Total Control Are Back And They’re Funnier Than Ever

Ahead of their VIVID performance at Sydney's Opera House, vocalist Daniel Stewart discusses the band's new record 'Laughing At the System'.
Lachlan Kanoniuk
5.9.17
Interviews

Deadly Tracks: A Conversation With Warren H. Williams on Aboriginal Desert Country

Between the early 80s and the early 90s, the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association recorded around 75 country albums. Noisey spoke to the it's longest-running broadcaster about that incredible time.
Pete Baxter
4.19.17
The Noisey 100

The Noisey 100: 2017

A celebration of the best Australian and New Zealand releases, as voted by the music industry.
Noisey Australia
1.25.17
Day Jobs

You Think You Got It Tough, This Guy Cleans the Tote Toilets on a Sunday Morning

Phil Gionfriddo has to clean up your piss, spew and deal bags.
Noisey Staff
1.5.17
New Zealand Hip-Hop Week

We Go Deep With New Zealand Hip-Hop Legend P-Money

The producer recounts his experiences in the international market, as well as detailing New Zealand hip-hop's continued quest for global recognition.
Martyn Pepperell
11.21.16
Essays

Body Politics: Beyoncé, Teyana Taylor, and the Liberation of Black Women Through Dance

For Black women, dance is transitioning into a place where barriers can be broken.
Sharine Taylor
11.8.16
noisey meets

The Future Is Anderson .Paak: Noisey Meets

We spend some time with the Dr. Dre-approved LA musician.
Noisey Staff
11.3.16
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