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Father John Misty Memed His Album Leak So I Made Some FJM Memes

I mean, obviously.
Lauren O'Neill
19 hours ago
Noisey Next
Noisey Next

Forth Wanderers Are Indie Rock's Next Great Nostalgists

Now signed to Sub Pop, five college-aged childhood friends from New Jersey keep growing up together on their blissful self-titled album.
Leah Mandel
2 days ago
PROFILES
PROFILES

Julien Baker Is Quietly Getting Louder

As the 22-year-old singer songwriter tours the world off her incredible sophomore record 'Turn Out the Lights,' she is plotting what's next.
Avery Stone
4.11.18
New music
New music

Hop Along's Exuberant "How Simple" Video Is the Best Morning Routine Ever

The new clip for the 'Bark Your Head Off, Dog' opener marks the Philadelphia band's first starring role in one of their own videos.
Phil Witmer
4.11.18
Premieres
Premieres

After Six Years, Maps & Atlases Return with “Fall Apart”

The Chicago band's first album since 2012 is called 'Lightlessness Is Nothing New,' and is out on June 1 via Barsuk Records.
David Anthony
4.4.18
Noisey Guide To
Noisey Guide To

The Guide To Getting into Yo La Tengo

For well over 30 years, these indie rock stalwarts have consistently and quietly reinvented themselves without ever losing their charm, humor, and great songwriting.
Josh Terry
3.15.18
Premieres
Premieres

Michael Rault Basks in Psych Rock Glory with "I'll Be There"

Listen to the first single from the Canadian's forthcoming album 'It’s A New Day Tonight,' which is out May 18 via Daptone imprint Wick Records.
Josh Terry
3.7.18
Premieres
Premieres

Dungen & Woods Made a Psychedelic Desert-Jazz Odyssey

Stream 'Myths 003,' a visual album centered around Marfa, Texas.
Phil Witmer
3.6.18
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Lucy Dacus Is Paranoid, In Pain, and Writing Great Indie Songs By Accident

We talk to the rising Virginia songstress about nihilism, queerness, and getting heavy on her knockout second album, 'Historian.'
Rebecca Haithcoat
3.2.18
Essays
Essays

Soccer Mommy's 'Clean' Is an Indie Rock Exorcism

On her debut album, out today, Sophie Allison purges her experiences and heeds the lessons they teach while retaining the charm of her earlier work.
Lauren O'Neill
3.2.18
Premieres
Premieres

Lionlimb's 'Tape Recorder' Is a Good-Ass Minimalist Album for Introspection and Shit

The six-song sophomore project from Angel Olsen collaborators Stewart Bronaugh and Joshua Jaeger is a harrowing listen. Stream it now via Bayonet Records.
Chloe Campion
2.20.18
Premieres
Premieres

Detroit's Bonny Doon Knows No One Knows Shit in Their 20s

Listen to the Detroit band’s "A Lotta Things," a confident song about feeling adrift, and read co-frontman Bill Lennox talk on the new LP 'Longwave.'
Josh Terry
2.15.18