2018

Noisey 2018

65 Objectively Good Things That Happened in 2018

Every year is bad now. But these things got us through 2018.
Noisey Staff
12.28.18
Essays

Is Drake Overstaying His Welcome?

With the 10th anniversary of Drake's reign looming, a look at the ultimate year of "The Boy" and what he gained, lost, and Pusha-T.
Sarah MacDonald
12.20.18
Noisey 2018

31 Essential Records You Might Have Missed This Year

Here are the releases that may have flown under your radar in a very busy year.
Noisey Staff
12.13.18
Noisey Hitlist

Jockstrap Make Classical Music Sound Trippy as Hell

And we’re premiering their very glittery video for the haunting, intimate track “Charlotte”.
Ryan Bassil
12.12.18
Noisey

The 100 Best Albums of 2018

The Noisey staff's favorite releases of the year.
Noisey Staff
12.5.18
Noisey News

Jeremy Dutcher’s Polaris Win Is The Beginning of The “Indigenous Renaissance”

The 2018 Polaris Music Prize caps off another strong year with a diverse shortlist and exciting performances from Partner, Hubert Lenoir and US Girls.
Noisey Canada Staff
9.18.18
Essays

RIP (???) to OVO Fest, Toronto's Number One Source of FOMO

After eight good years, Drake's OVO Fest has come to a quiet end. We think?
Jabbari Weekes
8.7.18
Op-Eds

Why the Hell Is Tyler, The Creator Still Banned from the UK?

Despite being all about flowers and sunshine and love—and putting on the best Primavera performance—Tyler remains banned from the UK.
Emma Garland
6.6.18
Interviews

Lotic Is a Force to Be Reckoned With

On the producer's latest album 'POWER', they process a load of emotions and emerge with their lightest (at least for them) listen yet.
Russell Dean Stone
6.4.18
Interviews

Here It Is: Ben Khan’s Comeback Interview

The British artist is finally releasing his debut album. He’s always been elusive and secretive, so we asked him a bunch of questions such as ‘Ben, where’ve you been?!’
Ryan Bassil
5.3.18
Features

Grimes, PUP, Daniel Caesar Named Prism Prize Finalists

View the ten best Canadian music videos of the year—including clips by Feist, Alice Glass, and Jessie Reyez—as chosen by a jury of media experts.
Noisey Canada Staff
3.29.18
PROFILES

Rejjie Snow Has Found Himself

After a half-decade-or-so and a struggle with identity, the release of debut record ‘Dear Annie’ presents an artist that’s come into his own.
Ryan Bassil
3.19.18
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