Steve Albini

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Watch This Cool Little Documentary About Steve Albini's Poker Triumph

'Albini Cashes In' takes a look at the legendary record producer's unlikely triumph at a World Series of Poker event last summer.
Alex Robert Ross
1.16.19
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I Got My Phone Stolen, Lost My Friends, and Still Believe in Desert Daze

In a year of reckoning, the festival reminds us that counterculture might change, but it can't be killed.
Andrea Domanick
10.20.18
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into Steve Albini, Studio Whiz and Noise-Rock Freak

Between his catalogs by Big Black, Shellac, and Rapeman, to his work behind the boards for everyone from Nirvana to Cloud Nothings, the iconoclast has created one of the most impressive bodies of work in modern music.
David Anthony
9.8.18
Noisey News

Steve Albini Won a Major World Series of Poker Event Over the Weekend

The legendary producer and Shellac/Big Black frontman took home $106,000 after winning the $1,500 Seven Card Stud event on Saturday night.
Alex Robert Ross
6.18.18
Premieres

Stream Neurosis's New Album 'Fires Within Fires' a Day Before Its Release

The iconic Oakland band return with their first album since 2012. Listen to it now.
Kim Kelly
9.22.16
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
Holy Shit

Watch Powell's Video for "Insomniac" Featuring Steve Albini's Voice and Emails

Big up, Steve.
John Hill
10.2.15
Holy Shit

EXCLUSIVE: The Beef About Copyright Continues with Steve Albini Vs. Marc Ribot, Part…? Crap, We Lost Track.

The avant-jazz guitarist/activist goes off in an exclusive letter as a response to the Shellac bloviator's Facebook post.
Brad Cohan
6.19.15
Premieres

KEN Mode Shift Direction with the Help of Steve Albini and the New Video for "Blessed"

Enter full-on noise rock terror with new track due on Season of Mist.
Fred Pessaro
3.30.15
Premieres

Stream Love of Diagrams’ New Album ‘Blast’

The well-loved Melbourne trio are back with their fourth album of buzzing pop.
Noisey Staff
3.3.15
Deep Ass Questions

A Brief History of the Drum Machine in Rock Music

Does the drum machine represent the decay of Western Civilization, or the irreversible march towards progress? We investigate.
Peter Holslin
10.12.14
Features

The Music Scene According to Blink

The guy behind Camp a Low Hum just wrote a book about the state of the New Zealand music scene.
Sally Beaver
7.10.14
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