Brooklyn

Premieres

DonMonique's Getting Everything Off Her Chest on "Black Kate Moss"

The Brooklyn rapper opens up about the traumatic experiences during her three-year hiatus that changed the way she approaches music. Now, DonMonique is ready to make up for lost time.
Kristin Corry
1.28.19
Premieres

Bathe's Surf R&B Is Full of Sobering Realities

"Sure Shot" is the Brooklyn-based duo's attempt at reclaiming beach music, or "surf R&B," as they call it.
Kristin Corry
1.24.19
To Hell And Back

Why I Booked an Anti-Fascist Metal Festival

Fest organizer (and Noisey metal editor) Kim Kelly explains how Black Flags Over Brooklyn 2019 is both a labor of love and a call to action.
Kim Kelly
1.24.19
we saw this

How Mexican Summer Spent Ten Years Changing Indie Rock

Ariel Pink: "Tell them Ariel Pink said to say Ariel said this was the tenth anniversary."
Dale Eisinger
11.28.18
Interviews

An Interview in a Nail Salon with Leikeli47 About Her New Album ‘Acrylic’

A morning at a nail salon with Brooklyn rapper Leikeli47 revealed why her sophomore album, 'Acrylic' provides a snapshot of black life and a masterclass on the value of black-owned businesses.
Kristin Corry
11.27.18
Premieres

Watch Cupid Shoot Down Trump Supporters in Surfbort's "Les Be in Love" Video

Watch the Brooklyn punks bring pansexual love to bigots and corporate stooges in their new video, featuring a cameo from Gibby Haynes.
Andrea Domanick
3.27.18
Premieres

Wharfer's Kyle Wall Falls Backwards in Time on 'The Road Dissolved the View'

The Brooklyn-based artist's fourth LP, which we're premiering in full, is desolate and dark, built around an arresting and unpredictable voice.
Alex Robert Ross
2.2.18
Noisey News

RZA Is Suing a Doggy Day Care Company Called Woof-Tang Clan

He launched a trademark dispute with the New York City dog-walkers.
Lauren O'Neill
11.22.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” on ‘Kimmel’ Was Another Bright Pink Flex

The Brooklyn crowd looked slightly stunned. Cardi B has powers.
Alex Robert Ross
10.19.17
PROFILES

Long Live The National

With the release of the band's seventh album 'Sleep Well Beast,' the indie rock stalwarts look to make their legacy a lasting one.
Allie Volpe
9.12.17
Photos

Photos: The People of Afropunk

The annual event took place in Brooklyn this past weekend, and the community showed why it's one of the best festivals in America.
Antwaun Sargent
8.29.17
PROFILES

Grizzly Bear Is Invincible

They defined the late 00s indie rock zeitgeist by accident. But with their fifth album, 'Painted Ruins,' they've made something so beautifully anachronistic that it can’t help be timeless.
Jeff Weiss
8.18.17
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