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Interpol Return with "The Rover," Announce New Album

The NYC post-punk revivalists revealed details about 'Marauder,' out August 24, via a livestreamed press conference.
Phil Witmer
6.8.18
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Halsey Gave a Righteous, Moving Speech at NYC's Women's March

The singer's poem "A Story Like Mine" is a candid account of her own experiences of sexual assault, and a testament to the fact that most women have similar stories to tell.
Lauren O'Neill
1.22.18
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Jay Boogie Doesn't Want to Catch Feelings On "Body Principles"

But the rapper is still accepting flowers and Edible Arrangements.
Max Mohenu
9.7.16
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Chain’s Sleazy Hard Rock Travels From the Streets of New York City to Tasmania

Stream Chain’s demo cassette that is inspired by the dirty sleaze metal and hard rock of the 70s and early 80s.
Tim Scott
8.25.16
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Chain’s Sleazy Hard Rock Travels From the Streets of New York City to Tasmania

Stream Chain’s demo cassette that is inspired by the dirty sleaze metal and hard rock of the 70s and early 80s.
Tim Scott
8.25.16
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PREMIERE: Death Vacation's 'Bones Grow Cold' Is a White-Hot Hardcore Punk Rager

The NJ/NY quartet's snarling, vitriolic take on hardcore is firmly rooted in grindcore and crust—punk to the bone, but far beyond basic.
Kim Kelly
8.23.16
Interviews

Bangladeafy's Jon Ehlers Is Doomed to Play Rock Music, Hearing Disability be Damned

Stream the NYC proggy drum'n'bass duo's bewildering new EP and read an interview with Ehlers on disability representation, jazz, and hearing aids.
8.19.16
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NYC Black Metal Force Anicon's New Video for “The World As Will” Tames The Blurry Wilderness

The track comes off 'Exegeses,' the NYC black metallers' new album for Gilead Media.
Chris Krovatin
7.27.16
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Watch Radiohead Play "Let Down" Live For the First Time in a Decade

What is going on Radiohead? Who are you now? Who am I now? How did we get here?
Noisey Staff
7.27.16
Interviews

The Real Story Behind the Spiritual Black Metal Blues of Zeal and Ardor's 'Devil Is Fine'

You'd never be able to tell by listening that one of the year's most intriguing releases started as a joke.
Kim Kelly
7.7.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Last Punks Standing: Fun City Tattoo Is a Relic of NYC's Punk and Hardcore Glory Days

Countless musicians from Dee Dee Ramone to Miley Cyrus have gotten inked at the last non-gentrified spot on St. Mark's Place.
Davis Richardson
6.28.16
Interviews

Cro-Mags, CBGBs, and Cockroaches: White Zombie’s Sean Yseult Remembers NYC Metal's Lawless Past

"Cro-Mags and Biohazard invited us out to play L’Amours. We thought we were going to get our ass kicked, and instead we started a mosh pit."
Chris Krovatin
6.3.16