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Helena Deland's "Take It All" Tackles The Reality of Romantic Expectations

The Montreal singer tells us over fuzzy drums that love, in fact, stinks.
Sarah MacDonald
2.15.18
Noisey Next
Noisey Next

Kaytranada Will Just Keep Getting Better

In this Noisey Next video, we catch up with the 25-year-old Haitian-born producer to talk about his rise from SoundCloud to stardom.
Noisey Staff
12.20.17
New music
New music

Nate Husser ‘Geto Rock For The Youth EP’ is a Bad Trip Worth Taking

Husser is like if Vince Staples fronted Pavement.
Devin Pacholik
11.15.17
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New music

Cam Maclean's "Where I Go" Is a Super Chill Meditation on Death

It's Canada. We never freak out about anything.
Phil Witmer
11.13.17
we saw this
we saw this

Leonard Cohen Will Always Capture Hearts and Remain Relevant

Celebrities, politicians, and pop stars gathered in Montreal on the first anniversary of Cohen's death, giving the icon the public memorial he—and we—deserved.
Sharonne Cohen
11.10.17
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New music

Wasiu and High Klassified Go H.A.M on Stereotypes in "Angry Black Man"

"It's my response to that motherfucka in high school who said 'Why are you so mad, slavery and racism is over you're just being lazy.'"
Phil Witmer
10.10.17
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

This Indie Label Is Cutting Vinyl Costs By Releasing Albums on Paper

"Instead of having a thing with the download within, we just have a giant piece of beautiful paper."
Luke Ottenhof
9.15.17
New music
New music

Stream Godspeed You! Black Emperor's New Album 'Luciferian Towers' in Full

Prepare your ears, your body, and your mind.
Phil Witmer
9.14.17
Holy Shit
Holy Shit

Godspeed You! Black Emperor Drop New Song "Undoing a Luciferian Towers"

The band's new album is coming September 22.
Phil Witmer
8.30.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Even in the Rain, Lorde Singing a Martha Wainwright Song Is a Thing of Beauty

Lorde can even beat Mother Nature.
Noisey Staff
8.8.17
Essays
Essays

Arcade Fire and Broken Social Scene Struggle to Remain Sane in an Unfair World

Both bands' respective new albums represent a symbolic yin and yang that showcase contrasting viewpoints on how to deal with the social and political downturn of today.
Sarah MacDonald
8.3.17
we saw this
we saw this

Arcade Fire Still Rules, So It's a Bummer That 'Everything Now' Doesn't

Seeing the Montreal band's incredible live show in NYC only throws their current creative rut into sharp relief.
Phil Witmer
7.31.17