indie rock

Holy Shit

We Are So Lucky That Vampire Weekend Are Back

The New York band is and always has been very good. Period.
Sarah MacDonald
1.31.19
Noisey News

This Vampire Weekend Teaser Is Pretty Bonkers

Two hours of guitar loops promise two new tracks from the band’s fourth album, which has the initials “FOTB” and is out this spring.
Josh Terry
1.22.19
Noisey Acoustics

Soccer Mommy's Stripped Down "Still Clean" Is Even More of a Gut Punch

The Nashville songwriter and her guitar are the only things you need to hear today.
Noisey Staff
12.13.18
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 with Speedy Ortiz's Sadie Dupuis About Her New Book of Poetry

Like Speedy Ortiz? Well then friend, 'Mouthguard' is for you. Plus, check the new video for "I'm Blessed."
Annalise Domenighini
11.27.18
Noisey Next

Grapetooth Are the Last Fun Band Standing

The Chicago duo has been selling out venues for the last year. We caught up with them on the cusp of their debut LP.
Meaghan Garvey
10.31.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Alvvays, Snail Mail and Hatchie Covering The Hummingbirds Is A Blessing

Lindsey Jordan and Harriette Pilbeam joined Alvvays onstage on the last night of their tour.
Shaad D’Souza
10.1.18
First Dates

A First Date at a Vegan Donut Shop with Julien Baker

The Memphis singer-songwriter is about to tour the UK and Ireland – we hung out with her earlier this year to talk about Frank Ocean and eat sweet treats.
Lauren O'Neill
9.20.18
Interviews

Kurt Vile Is All Greased Up

The Philadelphia musician speaks on his new album ‘Bottle It In,’ meeting Neil Young, computers, Donald Trump’s bullshit, staring age 40 down, a mental breakdown, and whatever the hell his future holds.
Eric Sundermann
9.20.18
blind spots

Ryley Walker Listens to Leonard Cohen for the First Time: "Fuck This Guy"

Leonard Cohen is one of the most universally admired songwriters ever and his 1971 third album is a fan and critic favorite. We played it for Ryley Walker.
Josh Terry
8.30.18
Interviews

If You Haven’t Been Listening to Unknown Mortal Orchestra This Summer, You’ve Been Fuckin’ Up

'Sex & Love' is one of the year's best psychedelic records, so we talked to Ruban Nielson about what's coming next.
Eric Sundermann
7.27.18
New music

Metric’s Emotional “Dressed to Suppress” Is a Riff-Heavy Ride

The Toronto band interrogates the foils of social performance and playing it fake when it comes to love.
Devin Pacholik
7.25.18
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