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Noisey Hitlist

Che Lingo Gets to the Point, Even When It's Uncomfortable

The London rapper isn't scared to air industry fakery or openly discuss race and vulnerability – and he speaks his mind in person, too.
Tshepo Mokoena
a day ago
Major Keys
Major Keys

The First Song on Radiohead’s Debut Album Predicted Their Future Greatness

‘Pablo Honey’ turns 25 this week, and its opener “You” set the template for the weirdness that Radiohead would follow for years to come.
Phil Witmer
a day ago
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

Turnstile Are Here to Save Hardcore, LMAO JK They Don’t Give a Shit

Vocalist Brandon Yates spills the details on how the band approached 'Time & Space,' why they signed to Roadrunner, and that Diplo collaboration everyone’s confused about.
David Anthony
a day ago
Rank Your Records
Rank Your Records

Rank Your Records: Luke Lalonde Looks Back at Born Ruffians' Catalog

Ahead of their fifth album, 'Uncle, Duke & The Chief,' the frontman reflects on the Toronto indie pop outfit's career, from recording in haunted farmhouses to reading scathing reviews.
Cam Lindsay
a day ago
Premieres
Premieres

Anna McClellan's New Album Evokes the Lonely Overthinking of the Open Road

The Nebraska-born songwriter took a trip across the country and realised some things about what it means to be alone, then channeled those lessons into 'Yes and No.'
Colin Joyce
3 days ago
rap
rap

OK, We Definitely Lost Drake

The music video for "God's Plan" may be the moment we see Drake cross the "too famous to be in touch with reality" threshold.
Marc-Aurèle Baly
3 days ago
Essays
Essays

Take a Seat North America, It's Global Pop's Time to Shine

As BTS, the ‘Black Panther’ soundtrack, Bad Bunny, Charli XCX, and more show, we should be optimistic about a future where everything popular isn't in English.
Phil Witmer
3 days ago
INTERVIEWS
INTERVIEWS

The ‘Lady Bird’ Score Composer Has Worked With Everyone in Music

Look, Jon Brion is just good at this shit. We spoke to him about collaborating with Greta Gerwig, Elliott Smith, Kanye and more.
Daniel Dylan Wray
4 days ago
Important Questions Raised By...
Important Questions Raised By...

Why the 80s Remixes of New Pop Songs Are So Addictive

We figured we'd ask some of the producers who've gone viral with these '2010 stars, but 80s' tracks.
Alim Kheraj
2.19.18
Remembering Things
Remembering Things

Enjoy Nature Exactly the Way God Intended It, As an App

Irv Teibel’s esteemed series 'Environments' is now an application thanks to the diggers at Numero Group. It’s both a historical document and a salve for modern ills.
Colin Joyce
2.19.18
Premieres
Premieres

Boston’s Kal Marks Are Noise Rock Realists, Even in Hard Times

The Mass. trio survey a scorched Earth on their new album ‘Universal Care.’
Colin Joyce
2.19.18
Noisey Guide To
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into Superchunk

How to delve into the immersive and varied catalogue of one of indie rock's most seminal bands.
Cam Lindsay
2.19.18