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Interviews

Gaspar Noé’s 'Climax' Is Every Raver’s Worst Nightmare

The director opens up about the film's stellar soundtrack—featuring cathartic cuts from Aphex Twin and Daft Punk—and the ways a beautiful night out can turn really dark.
Sandra Song
3.15.19
Interviews

Little Simz Turned Confusion into Her Bravest Work So Far

The 25-year-old Londoner tells us about her new album 'Grey Area,' and finding strength in its vulnerability.
Tshepo Mokoena
3.5.19
Get a Life

Step into the Ring with Boxing Superfan Jenny Lewis

We talked to the singer about how a head injury led her to develop an obsession with boxing.
Mark Ortega
3.5.19
Features

TV's 'Golden Age' Has an Extra Meaning for Indie Musicians

How artists like Julia Holter and Ezra Furman tap into new creative (and monetary) options during the wild west of the streaming age.
Al Horner
3.1.19
Noisey Guide To

A Guide to Harry Nilsson, Who You've Loved Forever Without Knowing It

The songwriting savant has brought us a lot more than “Gotta Get Up” from 'Russian Doll.' From 60s pop to 70 decadence, here’s a primer.
Zach Schonfeld
2.27.19
Remembering Things

Without Bloc Party There'd Be No Skrillex, HARD Parties or EDM

We speak to Steve Aoki, and other musicians and promoters from the time, about how nu rave pretty much gave America pop-dance music.
Daniel Dylan Wray
2.19.19
Rank Your Records

Panda Bear Lovingly Ranks His Solo Catalogue

Noah Lennox scrutinises his weirdo-pop career – including the long-forgotten CD he made as a teenager.
Zach Schonfeld
2.15.19
Open Submission Wednesdays

We Reviewed Literally Whatever You Sent Us, Volume 24

For this special Valentine's Day edition, you sent us a video about kites, dogs, cats, and of course, resumés.
Leslie Horn
Kristin Corry
Dan Ozzi
2.14.19
Features

Why Gospel’s Impact on Black British Pop Means So Much Now

Artists have always chucked choirs into secular music, but this latest trend holds specific meaning for the UK's west African and Caribbean diaspora.
Grace Shutti
2.11.19
Into The K-Pop World

The Complexity – and Fun – of Being a Queer, Femme K-Pop Fan

Despite there being only one openly gay idol, many LGBTQ+ people find solace and joy in an industry that's notoriously conservative.
Biju Belinky
2.6.19
Rank Your Records

AJJ’s Sean Bonnette Ranks the Band’s Six Albums

The frontman looks back at AJJ's constantly evolving career, from scrappy folk-punk duo to full blown rock band.
Dan Ozzi
2.1.19
Interviews

The Apocalypse Is Mellow on Shlohmo’s New Track, "The End"

The LA producer's long-awaited new album, also called 'The End,' is out on March 22
Justin Staple
1.31.19
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