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Courtney Barnett Is A Lot Like You

The songwriter takes us inside the pain and self-discovery that fueled making her second album 'Tell Me How You Really Feel.'
Shaad D’Souza
5 days ago
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Premieres

Michael Rault's 'It's a New Day Tonight' Is Dreamy in Every Sense

Listen to the latest LP from the Canadian power-pop master ahead of its May 18 release.
Alex Robert Ross
5.15.18
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Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Rami Malek Is a Pretty Good Freddie Mercury In the "Bohemian Rhapsody" Trailer

The long-awaited biopic finally lands on November 2.
Lauren O'Neill
5.15.18
Noisey News
Noisey News

Glenn Branca, Avant-Garde Pioneer, Dies at 69

The influential and innovative composer died of throat cancer last night, according to his wife and collaborator Reg Bloor.
Alex Robert Ross
5.15.18
Premieres
Premieres

Stream Wax Idols' Sinister and Unsettling New Album 'Happy Ending'

The band's new record is drenched in layers of post-punk, goth rock, and new wave—and boy oh boy does it kick ass.
Will Schube
5.14.18
Essays
Essays

Arctic Monkeys Are Done Being Rock Music’s Saviours

The grimy Sheffield romantics are back with an album that’s insular, moody, and straight-up weird. There are no singles on ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’, but that’s part of the appeal.
Shaad D’Souza
5.11.18
Essays
Essays

To Iceage, With Love

The Danish group's new album 'Beyondless' is wonderful. Fuck the facts, Iceage are the greatest rock and roll band in the world.
Zachary Lipez
5.10.18
Interviews
Interviews

How a 14-Year Break Let A Perfect Circle Make Their Best Album

We sat down with APC's mastermind Billy Howerdel to talk about the band's first record in 14 years, creative friction with Tool icon Maynard James Keenan, and gloomy aesthetics.
Ruby Morrigan
5.4.18
New music
New music

Goosebump's "Heather's Invitation" Is Esoteric Soft Rock for the People

The Toronto art-poppers formerly known as Germaphobes return with a new album, a new lineup, and even more tricks up their sleeves.
Phil Witmer
4.26.18
New music
New music

Stephen Malkmus and Kim Gordon Have a Country-Pop Song, Y'All

"Refute," taken from Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks' new album 'Sparkle Hard,' is a twangy pop song that keeps a little jaggedness.
Alex Robert Ross
4.25.18
New music
New music

Japanese Breakfast Covering the Cranberries Is Pretty Perfect

The band's extremely faithful take on the 90s classic "Dreams" is jangle-pop euphoria.
Phil Witmer
4.25.18
music videos
music videos

Father John Misty Can't Stop Dying in the New "Mr. Tillman" Video

Co-directed by Jeff Desom and Carlos Lopez Estrada, the video has Tillman (or Misty, whatever) falling off of a hotel roof onto his own taxi cab over and over again.
Alex Robert Ross
4.25.18