Can Desert Daze Be America's Answer to Glastonbury?

Black metal yoga, the Institute of Mentalphysics, hippies—surely the only thing separating the two is the weather.
Kevin EG Perry
Noisey News

The BBC Will Replace Glastonbury with The Biggest Weekend in 2018

The event will take place at the end of May next year as Glastonbury Festival takes a year off.
Lauren O'Neill
Noisey News

Ed Sheeran Has Quit Twitter Because Not Even He Is Safe #Online

"I go on it and there's nothing but people saying mean things" :(
Lauren O'Neill

All Our Photos from the Best Queer Club You Can Find in a Field

I really don't remember NYC Downlow's tenth anniversary party looking like this.
Daisy Jones
Glastonbury 2017

I Saw All The Dumbest-Sounding Shit At Glasto So You Didn't Have To

Why go and see Warpaint on The Park Stage when you could be watching Disgraceful Squids on Bez's Flying Bus?
Emma Garland
Glastonbury 2017

All the Things We Overheard at Glastonbury This Year

“VICE dot com is wack I could eat a burger better than them any day.”
Noisey UK Staff

Life Advice From the Older Wreckheads of Glastonbury

How do you look so healthy, old and wise, stranger?
Ryan Bassil
Glastonbury 2017

Who Glastonbury's Secret Sets Will Be, According to a Psychic Wizard

We need ANSWERS, goddammit!
Daisy Jones
Festivals 2017

What It Means to Have Boy Better Know Headlining a Major Glastonbury Stage

Emily Eavis announced BBK for the Other Stage, adding another chapter to the festival's history with grime.
Lauren O'Neill
Festivals 2017

Glastonbury Festival Would Like You to Know That It's Down With the Kids

The festival's first major announcement seems to skew pretty young, and that can only be a good thing.
Lauren O'Neill
Thinkpieces And Shit

Patti Smith’s ‘Horses’ is Still Teaching Me How to Be Free

On her iconic debut album, her refusal to fit into the cookie cutter version of womanhood legitimised my own sense of self.
Daisy Jones

Vic Reeves Vs. The Pop Group

In 1979, a young Vic Reeves, pumped up on amphetamine, witnessed Mark Stewart's The Pop Group play Glastonbury and had a major epiphany. Now, we re-unite them for a special reflective chat about pills, curry, and punk.
Daniel Dylan Wray