Interviews

Interviews

Kurt Vile Is All Greased Up

The Philadelphia musician speaks on his new album ‘Bottle It In,’ meeting Neil Young, computers, Donald Trump’s bullshit, staring age 40 down, a mental breakdown, and whatever the hell his future holds.
Eric Sundermann
2 days ago
Interviews

Neckbeard Deathcamp Are a Nazi-Stomping Black Metal Phenomenon

These unlikely leftist metal heroes turned a joke into a rising extreme metal force. Stream 'United Antifascist Evil,' their new split with Gaylord.
Kim Kelly
2 days ago
Interviews

Jungle Beat the Blues By Getting High, Heartbroken and Surreal

The British band talk break-ups and second-album jitters before the release of their new record, ‘For Ever,’ tomorrow.
Ryan Bassil
9.15.18
international relations

Meet the Punk-Turned-Techno-Activist Revolutionising Copenhagen’s Rave Scene

No racism, sexism, homophobia, or transphobia: Nikolaj Jakosen's punk rock ethos informed the underlying philosophy of the rave collective Fast Forward.
Theis Duelund
9.12.18
Interviews

The Dirty Nil’s ‘Master Volume’ Is the Album Rock ‘n’ Roll Deserves

For their sophomore effort, the Ontario trio made a powerful offering to the guitar gods. Crank the volume to 11 and listen to the whole thing early.
Dan Ozzi
9.12.18
Noisey Mix

Spin Andrew Devlin’s Noisey Mix During Slap-Happy Hours of a Long Road Trip

The man behind New York’s lively Level Party turns in an incredibly fun set of folk-pop classics, bleary techno, and, uh, Toadies. Also he explains how a good party is like a sandwich!
Colin Joyce
9.8.18
Interviews

The (Final?) Miracle of Spiritualized

Jason Pierce talks about the struggle behind the space rock band's new (and potentially last) album 'And Nothing Hurt,' and what he hopes for in the future.
Eric Sundermann
9.6.18
Premieres

Banoffee’s New Single “Muscle Memory” Doesn’t Pull Punches

We're premiering the LA-based, Melbourne-born artist's first new track in a year, a dark, sleek and physical return to the spotlight.
Shaad D’Souza
9.6.18
Interviews

Lil Aaron and Kim Petras Are Glittery Pop Prodigies (and Very Good Friends)

Their new video for "Anymore," the neon-bathed, Avril Lavigne-styled single, is just the latest lovely teamup in a long-held camaraderie that began like a blind date.
Colin Joyce
9.5.18
Interviews

Meg Baird and Mary Lattimore Finally Combine for a Stunning, Uneasy Album

'Ghost Forests,' the long-mooted collaboration between folk singer-songwriter Baird and harpist Lattimore, is out on November 9. Listen to "Painter of Tygers," the first single from the record.
Alex Robert Ross
9.5.18
Interview

The Blaze Explore Humanity with Some of the Best Videos You’ve Seen

We went to Paris to speak to the electronic duo about their new visual “Queens” and how they came to make such vivid art together.
Ryan Bassil
9.4.18
Interviews

HoodCelebrityy Is Working Her Ass Off to Add to Dancehall's Rich Legacy

The Jamaica-born, New York-based artist is breaking all the rules on her latest EP, ‘Inna Real Life.’
Kristin Corry
9.1.18