The Strokes

Some Thoughts

If You Saw a Knee on the Strokes ‘Is This It’ Artwork, You’re Pure

What your perception of the album cover, from the New York band's 2001 debut, says about you.
Tshepo Mokoena
8.30.18
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Arctic Monkeys Fulfil Your Indie Dreams, Cover The Strokes' "Is This It"

Alex Turner just wanted to be one of The Strokes, and he's trying his best to become one.
Shaad D’Souza
7.25.18
Noisey News

Julian Casablancas Is "So Not Into" that Whole Ryan Adams Feud

On Matt Wilkinson's Beats 1 show, he talked about their 'beef,' and 00s indie oral history 'Meet Me In The Bathroom.'
Lauren O'Neill
1.31.18
VICE UK Is 15

Mash-Ups, Bad Haircuts, the New Rock Revolution: 2002 Was a Load of Shit

Let's be honest, the year was a dismal one for music in the UK – propagated by marketing execs who had discovered cocaine and Hoxton.
Josh Baines
11.28.17
VICE UK Is 15

NME Created an Indie Scene Out of Thin Air in 2002 and Made It Stick

Former NME mag staff tell us how how they made so many people care about The Strokes, The Libertines and other "The bands".
Alexandra Pollard
11.27.17
Interview

"Who Cares If Rock Is No Longer What It Was?" An Interview with Julian Casablancas

Just before of The Voidz's South American tour, we talked with the rockstar who, scattered as always, philosophised quite a bit.
Juan Pablo López M.
10.19.17
Noisey News

Ryan Adams Went on a Twitter Tirade Against The Strokes Then Deleted It

He was responding to allegations made in the new book 'Meet Me in the Bathroom.'
Lauren O'Neill
8.1.17
Noisey News

Nah, The Strokes Aren’t Recording a New Album With Rick Rubin After All

"A lot of unknowns and nothing worth speaking about at this time," Albert Hammond Jr. wrote on Twitter in response to quotes from his dad.
Alex Robert Ross
7.31.17
Dads

Wait, Are The Strokes Working on a New Album with Rick Rubin?

Albert Hammond, legendary musician/producer dad to Albert Hammond Jr, seems to think so...
Lauren O'Neill
7.28.17
Remembering Things

The Legendary Free Music Night You’ve Never Heard Of

From The Strokes to Thom Yorke, Nu Music Nite became an epicentre of rock in Toronto.
Cam Lindsay
7.25.17
Deep Ass Questions

Did the Era of The Strokes Set Rock and Roll Back?

Maybe the 2000s give us a rock renaissance or maybe they just gave us a bunch of leather jackets.
Dan Ozzi
7.11.17
Interviews

The Story Behind the Story of New York City's Last Great Rock Scene

Author Lizzy Goodman shares the stories of The Strokes, DFA Records, and Interpol that went into making her new book ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom.’
Kim Taylor Bennett
5.26.17