Remembering Things

People Told Us The Worst Songs They Uploaded to MySpace

They’ve lost more than 50 million songs by over 10 million artists. Here are some of the tracks our staff thought would make them famous.
Noisey UK Staff
Important Questions Raised By...

The Stories Behind Homemade Mixtapes People Have Been Given

“If he knew me at all, he'd know I hate these bands.”
Daisy Jones

Remembering Cult UK Club Night ChockABlock

Skepta in a Queen’s guard suit and bowler hat? Go on then!
Noisey UK Staff
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The Guide to Getting Into Grace Jones

With her androgynous aesthetic, boundary-pushing musicality and 50-year career, Jones burst open doors before other people could even see them.
Daisy Jones

How Social Media Changed The One-hit Wonder

The format has fallen to the wayside in the past few years. But should we be mourning its demise or celebrating?
Harry Harris
Obsessive Tendencies

An Ode to Late Nights On LimeWire

For me and others who grew up in 2000s, the file-sharing software became a way to forge my music taste and understand the internet.
Daisy Jones
Important Questions Raised By...

What Do Teens Today Think About the Greatest Grime Hits of the 2000s?

“No way is it from 2004? It sounds like it could have come out now.”
Rosie Hewitson
Holy Shit

It Looks Like The Distillers Are Making a Comeback in 2018...

Are you ready to be liberated?
Ryan Bassil
Remembering Things

Burial’s ‘Untrue’ Still Captures London in a Way Unmatched Since

The album’s story is one of loneliness, love, family, ghosts – it continues to sound like the city that birthed it, a decade later.
Jamie Milton
Noisey News

I Literally Forgot About Blazin’ Squad Until One of Them Was on Love Island

Remember? Remember?! They had that song “Crossroads” and that other one “Flip Reverse”. There were ten of them.
Daisy Jones

Oh Nelly: I … Love You

The rapper's impact has seemingly been written out of wider cultural history. Let's fix that.
Ryan Bassil
Remembering Things

Kate Nash Legit Wrote the Most Relatable Ode to Shitty Relationships

I mean "Foundations" – more casually known as the song in which she rhymes "bittah" with "fittah".
Daisy Jones