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Deep Ass Questions

What Is the Millennial "Stairway to Heaven?" A Battle Royale

Is it Kanye? Coldplay? Could it be... Keane?
Phil Witmer
Objectively Correct Lists

Ten Iconic Remixes of Smash Mouth’s “All Star”, the Most Important Song of 2016

“My world's on fire, how about yours?”
Emma Garland

A Conversation with Billie Joe Armstrong: "The Rats Have Taken Over The Fucking House"

The Green Day frontman sits down to discuss the current state of American politics, Green Day's new album, and the role of punk in 2016.
Emma Garland
Objectively Correct Lists

25 Things That Are As #Woke As Green Day

We proudly present to you the MVPs of today’s trans-global information age. Take this, world!
Ryan Bassil
Emma Garland

CBGB Isn’t “The Fucking Notre Dame," Punk Died Long Before Then

We interviewed Mark Perry, founder of the fanzine Sniffin’ Glue, about capitalism, counter culture, and whether or not punk can happen again.
Noisey Staff

SWMRS Have Grown Up From Pop-Punk Prodigies to Surfy Adults

We talked to singer-guitarist Cole Becker about the band's transition out of Warped Tour and into adulthood with their new record "Drive North."
Geoff Burns
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here's Green Day Reenacting the Nativity Play in 1991

Bille Joe is a wiseman, Mike Dirnt narrates it, and Tre Cool plays the virgin Mary, giving birth to our lord and savior Jesus Christ.
Noisey Staff
Remembering Things

An Emotional and Cultural History of the First Two 'American Pie' Soundtracks

For all its faults, the franchise assembled the optimum musical accompaniment to being young, dumb, and horny.
Emma Garland

Meet Burger Records' Newest Act: Billie Joe Armstrong's Son Jakob Danger

This 17 year old loves The Strokes and Beach Fossils way more than dear ol' dad's music. We called him after school for a chat.
Cam Lindsay
Objectively Correct Lists

12 Bad Albums That Got You into Good Bands

You don't always find a band through their classic album. Sometimes you discover them through their dud.
Noisey Staff
2005 week

Lights Will Guide Us Home: A Tribute to the Gloriously Corny Songs of 2005

From The Fray to John Mayer to James Blunt to Coldplay, these were the songs that rocked you to tears.
VICE Staff
Objectively Correct Lists

The Top 11 Songs You Hear at Every Graduation

Take the photographs and still frames in your mind.
Dan Ozzi