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World's Fair Will Make You Believe in New York City Again

The seven-man Queens group is getting ready to put out ‘New Lows,’ a long-awaited debut loosely inspired by Elvis Guesthouse. But it almost didn’t happen.
Phillip Mlynar
7.20.18
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This Band Photographer Smoked Weed Once and Says He Wrote the Next Bible

Will von Bolton smoked weed for the first time and it changed his life, leading him to write the 'Loophole to Happiness,' which is not so much a religious text as it is an operating system for your mind.
Jeff Gage
7.10.18
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Dilly Dally Almost Died

The Toronto band nearly broke up after their breakout ‘Sore.’ Out of the ashes comes their new album ‘Heaven,’ the group's most dynamic work yet.
Jill Krajewski
6.26.18
Features
Features

Legendary Experimental Composer Jon Hassell Is Still Dreaming Up New Worlds

On his new album, Hassell continues his lifelong exploration of the style he invented, Fourth World, which essentially means collaging folk music traditions with abstract electronics.
Keagon Voyce
6.21.18
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Surviving the Last Days of Excess With Oneohtrix Point Never

The world is overwhelming, and the Brooklyn-based composer is just trying to process it all on his wonderfully all-over-the-place LP 'Age Of.'
Colin Joyce
6.7.18
Interviews
Interviews

Azekel Fearlessly Explores the Textures of Black Masculinity

The past Gorillaz and Massive Attack collaborator is ready to present his audio-visual debut album, 'Our Father.'
Grace Shutti
6.7.18
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Long Live PUSHA-T, King of "High-Taste Level Luxury Drug Raps"

The rapper speaks on his excellent new album 'DAYTONA,' his relationship with Kanye West, the continued beef with Drake, and more.
Eric Sundermann
5.25.18
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The Myth of Prophet, a Lost Funk Great Who's Back From Outer Space

Decades after his cultishly beloved debut 'Right on Time,' the mononymous musician returns with a new record, ready to tell his story of acid, aliens, and a lifetime hustling.
Dan Gentile
5.15.18
Noisey Next
Noisey Next

Lil West Is the Delaware Loner Forging Rap’s Strange Future

Holed up in a small town, the 19-year-old rapper and a crew of producers he only knows online are creating a genreless utopia from leftover scraps of trap, emo, EDM, and a whole lot more.
Colin Joyce
5.3.18
Interviews
Interviews

Iceage Are Still Exploring Rock's Great Beyond

We caught up with the Danish post-punk band to discuss the newly swollen sound of their upcoming album, and their love of playing live.
Lauren O'Neill
5.2.18
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The Enduring Brilliance of Beach House

Thirteen years, seven albums in: we speak with the Baltimore duo about the immortality of art, the state of the world and, tbh, some spooky shit.
Ryan Bassil
5.1.18
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Novelist: "The Internet Has Messed up the Roads More Than Crack in the 80s"

A week after the grime MC released his debut album, we speak about his meditative journey, God and the societal changes London’s youth need.
Ryan Bassil
4.20.18