Noisey News

BTS Vaults iTunes Charts After South Korea Saves Mexico's World Cup Chances

South Korea's surprise defeat of Germany ensured that Mexico would advance to the knockout stage, and Mexican fans are showing their gratitude seemingly by downloading K-pop.
Phil Witmer
Semana de la Cumbia

In Monterrey, Life Moves to the Rhythm of Cumbia

A chronicle about street musicians in the Mexican city where the genre has most deeply taken root.
Javier Ibarra

Watch Miguel Find His Roots on the Pacific Coast of Mexico

From the second installment of 'Earthworks,' a documentary series that follows artists on travels all over the world.
Aranya Tatapudi

24 Hours in Mexico with Benjamin Booker

He crammed a successful career into three years. Now, on his sophomore album, he's got to top himself.
Dan Ozzi

Mexrrissey Want You to Know That Morrissey Is Universal

The Mexican supergroup, which has earned praise from Moz himself, shares the video for "Entre Más Me Ignoras, Más Cerca Estaré"
Isabela Raygoza
Noisey News

Benjamin Booker Makes Stunning Return with Mavis Staples on “Witness”

‘Witness,’ the follow-up to his self-titled 2014 debut, is out June 2.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Five Dead, 15 Injured After Shooting at Mexico’s BPM Festival

At a press conference this morning, state officials said three individuals had been detained.
Noisey Staff
festivals 2016

Brian Wilson and Berlin Techno on the Beaches of Mexico’s Most Dangerous City

Wilson and Seun Kuti reigned, but it was homegrown talent that impressed the most at Acapulco's Trópico, a rising boutique festival founded to resist cartels and prove that Mexican youth can live freely under the looming specter of violence.
Jemayel Khawaja

Enter the Perverted, Drug-addled World of TITAN with “Dama Fina”

The Mexican cult band are back with a bang with their first new album in over 10 years, and their latest video is something you'll have to scrub off your brain.
Noisey Staff
Internet Exploring

Stream the Brand New Feedback Drenched DIIV Song "Mire (Grant's Song)"

"It just always made me think of Grant, from the first time we ever played it as a band, he was sitting right there, and his face, his reaction… I’ll never ever forget that moment."
Noisey Staff

Le Butcherettes Are Caked in the Blood of Mexico: An Interview with Teri Gender Bender

Stream 'A Raw Youth,' the fourth album from Le Butcherettes, exclusively on Noisey.
Bryn Lovitt

So the Biggest Musicians in Mexico Have Started a Morrissey Tribute Band

We’ve got their first track, a cover of “Ask”.
VICE Staff