A Look Back at Hipgnosis, Pioneers of the Avant-Garde Record Cover

The English design group dreamed up iconic covers for Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin, and more.
Demented Burrocacao
The Music Issue 2017

Raw, Filthy Pictures of Copenhagen's Most Iconic Bars and Venues

Have a piss and let the history seep in. Just don't bring a blacklight.
Alfred Maddox

Women and Non-Binary Music Photographers Step Forward in 'To the Front'

The exhibition brings the work of female-identifying photographers into one place. Now, suddenly, the photographers are as cool as the bands.
Taylor Ysteboe
The 2017 Music Issue

We gave 11 musicians disposable cameras. They gave us these photos.

Shows, selfies, and summer.
Various Artists
The 2017 Music Issue

Photos of 'Untypical Girls' and the Radical Stages of Revolution

See excerpts of Sam Knee's forthcoming book, 'Untypical Girls: Styles and Sounds of the Transatlantic Indie Revolution,' featuring Kim Gordon, The Wrecks, Slant 6, and more.
Sam Knee

Why the Elvis Tribute Acts of Europe Still Do It

Photographer Andy Pilsbury runs us through The King's best disciples, as seen in his 'Still Taking Care Of Business’ project.
Tom Connick
we saw this

Photos of the Loveliest People Alive Dancing Until Dawn at Sónar Barcelona

The Barcelona festival had attendees dancing from late in the afternoon and into the next day to sets from artists like Bjork, Justice, DAWN, and Anderson .Paak.
Noisey Staff
Behind The Lens

From Bowie to Cocaine, Mick Rock Has Photographed All Your Faves

We talked to the iconic photographer about the upcoming VICE Films-produced doc on his career spent shooting music's greatest legends.
Alex Robert Ross
Desert Daze 2016

Full Color: The Scenes and Sounds of Desert Daze 2016

Primus, Deerhunter, Television, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Sonics, and more descended on Joshua Tree for the three-day psych fest.
Noisey Staff

Wiley's Headline Show at KOKO Was a Family Affair

Skepta, JME, Chip, and Jammer all came out.
Noisey Staff
Behind The Lens

Photographer Steve Schapiro on the Magic of Shooting David Bowie

He first shot Bowie in 1974 and in his new book, Schapiro reveals never seen before snaps. Here he discusses capturing an icon and Bowie's ability to truly be himself frame after frame.
Joseph Henry Staten
Internet Exploring

Michael Stipe's Instagram is an Artistic Masterpiece

The R.E.M frontman’s account is the work of a digital auteur on a voyage of self-discovery.