Rush

Interviews

Dragon Ball’s Goku Gets His Power from Prog Rock, According to the Voice of Goku

“Rush lives in Goku.” - Sean Schemmel, Kakarot
Devin Pacholik
5.30.17
Internet Exploring

Geddy Lee in the Limelight: An Appreciation of the Blue Jays' Greatest Fan And Biggest Nerd

Rush's frontman is a more loyal sports fan than some other local musicians we know.
Noisey Canada Staff
10.19.16
brief histories

Instigate Sonic Violence: A Not-so-Brief History of the Synthesizer’s Impact on Heavy Metal

Locrian's Terence Hannum explores the profound impact that synthesizers have had on heavy music, from Queen to Iron Maiden to Mayhem.
Terence Hannum
3.18.16
Interviews

We Interviewed the Guy from Rush’s 1985 ‘Power Windows’ Cover

“You know, I wasn’t a fan of the band.”
Tom Beedham
1.25.16
Interviews

Rush at 40: Still Breaking Boundaries, Still Down with the Nerds

Legendary bassist, keyboardist, vocalist, and prog wizard Geddy Lee talks 'R40 Live,' nerd love, and why heavy metal was better in the Seventies.
Nathan Carson
12.7.15
Op-Eds

You’re An Idiot If You Don’t Think Rush Is the Best Live Band in the World

A suite in eight parts.
Nathan Carson
8.9.15
staff picks and good shit

Staff Picks and Good Shit for the Week of June 12

Here's what the Noisey editors were listening to this week.
Noisey Staff
6.12.15
Internet Exploring

For Just $18,000, You Could Make Music as Dorky as Rush

A purchase only a true musician would understand.
Jabbari Weekes
6.9.15
Behind The Lens

Behind the Scenes of Kali Uchis' "Rush" Video with Photography Duo Wiissa

We meet wiz kid duo Wiissa—that's Vanessa and Wilson—who've worked with Julian Casablancas, Karen O, and Kali Uchis.
Kim Taylor Bennett
6.1.15
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Here Is 100 Percent Proof that Venus Williams Loves Rush, Classic Rock Karaoke

Venus Williams is secretly Canadian.
Slava Pastuk
3.5.15
Features

Thirteen Trippy Rock'n'Roll Cartoons You Should Almost Definitely Not Show to Children

Freak out over the killer soundtracks for this this devil's dozen of vintage, psychedelic, and definitely NSFW animations.
2.1.15
#ThisIsLive

Retrospective Reviews: Rush's '2112'

Taking the nerdy shit and teenage angst and making it a charm with their 1976 album.
Greg Bouchard
8.25.14
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