Josef Salvat Is Talking Sex, and It’s Time to Listen
This London-based singer holds a magnifying glass to his proclivities and yours, too.
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The Instantly Timeless Pop of Empty Houses
Two pop punk kids and an aspiring actress joined forces to make an instantly infectious Motown-inspired sound.
Ladies and Gentlemen, theMIND: A New Voice of Enlightenment
On his debut project 'Summer Camp,' the Chicago-based rapper delivers a crisply rendered exploration of the human condition.
Leaning into Imperfection: Welcome to the Weird, Wonderful World of Weaves
With their self-titled debut album, the band captures the unpredictable thrills that have already made them a live favorite and much-hyped new act.
This Feels Crazy, Yeah This Feels Different: Joey Purp's Moment of Clarity
With his new album 'iiiDrops,' the SaveMoney rapper pairs a keen eye for human behavior with hard-hitting raps ready to send him to a new level.
He Hears Either Way: Julien Baker Is Writing a New Gospel for Broken Hearts
There are no sets, no backup singers, just a girl, her guitar, and the weight of crosses the Memphis singer-guitarist seems too young to bear.
This Is Gallant's Golden Moment
Following marquee collaborations with the likes of ZHU and Jhene Aiko, R&B's dark horse steps out on his own with triumphant debut LP 'Ology.'
Moxie Raia Has a New Pop Agenda
The LA via New Jersey singer is currently on tour with Justin Bieber, and her new mixtape '931' is out now, exclusively on Noisey.
Margaret Glaspy Is Not Your Babe: Songwriting Mythology for a Modern Generation
Margaret Glaspy is the New York-based songwriter whose expectation-defying approach and empathetic songs are about to turn the world upside down.
Lil Uzi Vert Is Living in the Future of Rap
Philadelphia rapper Lil Uzi Vert is the incarnation of hip-hop’s new youth mainstream, the center of the trap rap Snapchat generation gap.
Stuck on Day Wave, California's Melancholy Dreamer
We paid a visit to Jackson Phillips's Oakland home before his new EP 'Hard to Read' comes out to see where he makes the laid-back music that's grabbing tastemakers' attention.
Yellow Eyes Draws from the Past to Carve Out Black Metal's Future
"If you buy a tape machine and a Fender Squire, there you have the tools to make the coolest black metal record anyone's ever heard in their life. And that can be like $50 in total. There's no financial barrier to making cool, extreme music.”
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