Life

Interviews

Lowell's Politically-Aware Pop Deserves Your Attention

After a four-year break, the Toronto-based musician comes out swinging as a real pop music contender with 'Lone Wolf.'
Sarah MacDonald
4.8.18
Essays

The Weeknd Breaks Up With Himself on 'My Dear Melancholy,'

'My Dear Melancholy,' is a break-up album. But who is it, really, that he’s leaving behind?
Amani Bin Shikhan
4.3.18
all the good shit

The Blaze Will Be the Best Electronic Duo to Ever Do It

"It" being make both their own visuals and tracks so deftly capture the transcendence and togetherness of electronic music.
Ryan Bassil
2.28.18
The Noisey Questionnaire of Life

The Noisey Questionnaire of Life: Trey Songz

Here's us throwing some important questions at your boy, Trey Songz.
Noisey Staff
3.30.17
Features

Reflections on The Streets' "Weak Become Heroes": A Requiem for Your Wasted Twenties

There will be that one comedown that hits you harder than the others, and makes you look at what you're doing with naked scrutiny.
Tom Usher
9.20.16
Interviews

A Pure Conversation with Paul McCartney

Is there anything you can ask Sir Paul that he hasn’t been asked a million times? I was about to find out.
Joe Zadeh
6.13.16
Thinkpieces And Shit

A Love Letter to "Three Lions," the National Anthem of Hope and Despair

No other song has so unintentionally captured the nuanced inner-workings of the collective British psyche.
Ryan Bassil
6.10.16
Premieres

PREMIERE: Blu & Union Analogtronics Get Psychedelic in Their "LA Counting" Video

Cali and Paris hip-hop minds connect in a blaze of color.
Craig Jenkins
4.28.16
Premieres

Dead Stars' "Unpopular" Will Make You Feel Bad, in a Good Way

Brooklyn's Dead Stars have written the track to fit your minor existential crisis of just what are you doing with your life, anyway?
Annalise Domenighini
2.9.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Ben Gibbard Has a Cold

The Death Cab for Cutie frontman sits down to talk 'Kintsugi,' divorce, and the struggles of living as a creative person.
Eric Sundermann
3.26.15
Holy Shit

Well Damn, Mind Your Own Biscuits and Listen to Kacey Musgraves’ New Song

The country singer returns with her first song since her award-winning debut record, 'Same Trailer, Different Park.'
Eric Sundermann
3.3.15
Thinkpieces And Shit

Is Kanye West a Dickhead for Going on Stage and Almost Interrupting Beck?

Kanye may have pulled his craziest stunt yet. Is he a progressive rock star or just a giant ballbag?
Ryan Bassil
2.9.15
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