Instrumental

Premieres

If You Need Some Joy in Your Life, Try Insólito UniVerso's Vibrant New Song

The Paris-based Venezuelan band meld the traditional musics of their home country with colorful psychedelic new forms, their single "El vuelo del Gabán" shows just how wonderful the results can be.
Colin Joyce
10.26.18
New music

Enjoy This Bright Fall Day with *Checks Notes* a Vast This Will Destroy You LP

'New Others Part Two,' the Texan post-rock band's fifth studio album, was released by surprise this morning.
Alex Robert Ross
10.17.18
Music Video Premieres

ASKA's Stunning New Video is a Requiem to a Friend

"We Are Water" transforms the mystery of loss and heartache into lush piano soundscapes.
Tim Scott
12.6.17
Premieres

Fire Up a Doobie and Stream L.A. Takedown's Cinematic and Synth Heavy LP 'II'

Hear the California psych septet's instrumental sophomore album, with some listening advice from composer Aaron M. Olson.
Josh Terry
5.9.17
Premieres

Krakatau Sound Like Ghostbusters Came From Mars in 1978 to Play Some Intergalactic Jazz

The Melbourne based quartet dives deep into black holes and solar flares to create sun-kissed funk and jazz. moonlit jazz.
Noisey Staff
9.8.16
Premieres

Three Years and Three Cities: Signal Hill Return with a New LP and New Song "Metropolis"

The post-rock instrumental quartet drop this new song and discuss their progression into synthier grooves.
Pat Shahabian
8.30.16
Premieres

Mono's Transcendent New Album, 'Requiem for Hell,' Makes Death Sound Beautiful

Stream the gorgeous, Steve Albini-assisted new album from these Japanese post-rock godheads.
Kim Kelly
8.29.16
Interviews

Mustard Gas and Roses Channels the Sadness and Beauty of Kurt Vonnegut's 'Slaughterhouse Five'

Stream the title track off the instrumental outfit's new album, 'Becoming,' as former Isis guitarist Michael Gallagher explains his Vonnegut obsession.
Dan Marsicano
8.17.16
Premieres

The Mercury Program Return After Seven Years with EP 'New Myths'

The instrumental post-rock-psych-jazz-ambient crew are cult favorites and we've got the first listen of their new song. Plus we find out what they've been up to in the interim.
Pat Shahabian
4.15.16
Premieres

Travel Back To The 1950s with Thin Blue Line's "Tungsten Fields"

The Montreal band want you to remember the simpler times.
Byron Yan
4.7.16
Holy Shit

South London's Novelist Just Dropped a Dark and Dirty New Instrumental Called “Casper Riddim”

Underneath the track is the caption: “New Sound of South London Lewisham going worldwide.”
Daisy Jones
3.29.16
Holy Shit

Death Grips Just Unleashed a 6-track EP of Instrumentals That Could Melt Steel

The tracks are all taken from their 32-minute video “Interview 2016”, released earlier this year
Daisy Jones
3.23.16
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