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Noisey News

Listen to Solange's New Album 'When I Get Home'

It's finally here! Thank God!
Noisey Staff
3.3.19
In Memoriam

Remembering Mark Hollis, Pop Music's Quiet Rebel

Before his death this week at the age of 64, the Talk Talk songwriter made a few albums that felt like a secret scripture. Then he left it all behind.
Sam Goldner
2.26.19
Interviews

Uffie May Be Back, But She'll Never Stop Evolving

We caught up with the original queen of MySpace as she prepares for her glorious, and much longed-for, 2019 return.
Lauren O'Neill
2.18.19
Q&As

Panda Bear Made an Album to Impress His Kids and It Didn't Work

'Buoys' draws on trap's sonic architecture in order to appeal to young ears. Even if his kids are still embarrassed, it's a stunning pop statement.
Colin Joyce
2.14.19
Essays

Ariana Grande's 'thank u, next' Is a Real "Small Charcoal Grill" of an Album

'thank u, next' is the reality of looking at your palm and realising you tattooed “Japanese BBQ fingers” instead of “7 Rings.”
Kristin Corry
2.12.19
New music

Ariana Grande's 2 Chainz-Featuring "7 Rings" Remix Squashes Some Pre-Beef

There's even a pink trap house on the cover art, just so everyone knows they're cool.
Alex Robert Ross
2.3.19
Holy Shit

We Are So Lucky That Vampire Weekend Are Back

The New York band is and always has been very good. Period.
Sarah MacDonald
2.3.19
Premieres

We Should All Be More Like Thelma Plum

The Gamilaraay singer-songwriter is leaving behind the bullshit on "Not Angry Anymore", her sparkling new single, premiering on Noisey today.
Shaad D’Souza
1.31.19
Interviews

Nakhane Is Sick of Your White Saviour Bullshit

The South African artist, riding high from his new collaboration with ANOHNI, sits down with us to talk pop music, moving to London, and colonial bullshit.
Shaad D’Souza
1.31.19
Noisey News

Tim Heidecker’s New Trump Parody Songs Remind Us Things Are Still Very Bad

Are we laughing or are we deeply concerned about the future?
Josh Terry
1.29.19
Noisey Mix

Boy Harsher’s Noisey Mix Is a Dramatic Collection of Prickly Pop

The duo’s set is a fitting accompaniment to their new album ‘Careful,’ which distills years of love and loss. Also there’s some dialogue from ‘The Sopranos.’
Colin Joyce
1.28.19
New music

With "Harmony Hall" and "2021," Vampire Weekend Are Finally Back

They're the first singles from the long-awaited 'Father of the Bride,' set for an April release.
Alex Robert Ross
1.25.19
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