Jeremy Allen

Obituaries

Pete Shelley's Solo Career Is Worth Shouting About as Much as The Buzzcocks

From club banger "Homosapien" to the doomy and disco-y “I Surrender,” his 80s electro output is long overdue a revaluation.
Jeremy Allen
12.11.18
Interviews

How English Legends Suede Came Back from Creative Oblivion to Find Redemption

Their latest album, 'The Blue Hour,' is their best in more than 20 years. Here, frontman Brett Anderson tells us where he's at in life.
Jeremy Allen
11.28.18
Op-Eds

Music Has Embraced Living Clean Over Living Fast

Musicians no longer seem to be ashamed of appearing to take care of their own health, and that's a good thing.
Jeremy Allen
8.13.18
Interviews

Melody's Echo Chamber's 'Bon Voyage' is The Psychedelic Trip of the Year

We spoke to the French musician about her wildly experimental, impressively cohesive, bi-lingual musical fantasia of a new record.
Jeremy Allen
8.9.18
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting into David Byrne

Like all good artists, he examines how we look at the world and does so using a sound that regularly shifts from genre to genre.
Jeremy Allen
3.9.18
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting Into Tom Waits

Whether he's sounding tired and emotional or like a mutated Salvation Army band, the marvellously spiky Mr Waits has something for everyone.
Jeremy Allen
2.6.18
we saw this

Annie Clark Is the Best Pop Star We Have

Her 'Masseduction' tour displays that in full via her smart, funny, visionary perspective.
Jeremy Allen
10.19.17
sound advice

How to Have a Number 1 Single, According to These Really Specific Rules

We applied tips from band The KLF's infamous 1988 book to see if they still stand today.
Jeremy Allen
9.21.17
Interviews

Benjamin Clementine: A Rolling Stone Gathering Moss

Two years after the Mercury win and with plenty on his mind, the 28 year-old is far from lacking in fresh ideas with new album 'I Tell A Fly'
Jeremy Allen
9.5.17
Noisey Guide To

The Guide to Getting Into David Bowie

You may only know colossal, deceased star Bowie—but he was about more than the Nile Rodgers years. Here's where to start.
Jeremy Allen
8.8.17
Essays

The 'Pretty In Pink' Soundtrack Was a Gateway to Alt-Pop and Proletarian Revolution

Yes... the John Hughes film is as weighty as that sounds!
Jeremy Allen
6.9.17
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health

How Being a Music Journalist Made Me Wind Up in a Psychiatric Hospital

I was a living cliche: a failed musician who then spends his time criticizing other musicians.
Jeremy Allen
7.26.16
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