Noisey Power Rankings: 5 November - 9 November
Lil Jon got snubbed by the President so that's a positive in our book. But Scary Spice goes down because Baby Spice puked in her mouth once.
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The Unapologetic Devotion of Hiss Golden Messenger's MC Taylor
The North Carolina songwriter speaks on his career spanning box set 'Devotion,' the questions he’s still asking himself, and being a father.
There's Something About The Marías
The bilingual Los Angeles psych-soul quintet blurs the lines between decades, genres, and cultures on their newly released 'Superclean, Vol. II' EP. Their new music video for "Over the Moon" continues the streak.
The Next Life of the Grateful Dead
Why a new generation of heads – musicians, visual artists, and other seekers – are turning to the sounds and styles of the world's most freewheeling band.
Noisey Power Rankings: 29 October - 2 November
James Corden goes down this week for causing Ariana Grande bodily harm. Carly Rae Jepsen's new song gives her a bump up.
we saw this
Mac Miller Will Live Through Us Forever
The celebration of the late rapper's life in LA offered a night where tributes mirrored his own selflessness, and coping was communal.
Laura Jane Grace Listens to Deftones: “Are These Guys Actually Nu Metal?”
On the release of her adventurous new album, 'Bought To Rot,' we had the frontwoman listen to Deftones' bold third album, 'White Pony,' for the first time.
At The Movies
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Was Alright, but It Could Have Been... Verrry Niiiiice!
The Queen biopic was better off without Sacha Baron Cohen's gritty vision of frontman Freddie Mercury's life story...... NOT.
Grapetooth Are the Last Fun Band Standing
The Chicago duo has been selling out venues for the last year. We caught up with them on the cusp of their debut LP.
Pop Stars Are Dismantling the Stigma Around Going to Gigs Solo
How acts like Robyn – with her recent secret-gig social app – and Rina Sawayama are finding innovative ways to unite their fans IRL.
the shape of punk
With 'Goddamnit,' Alkaline Trio Rebuilt Chicago Punk in Their Own Image
Twenty years ago, the three-piece released a debut album that stood out by being just a little bit weirder than its peers.
Rank Your Records
The World/Inferno Friendship Society's Jack Terricloth Ranks the Band’s LPs
The inimitable frontman looks back his longrunning punk rock cabaret collective’s career.
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