2014 in Review

2014 in Review

Agalloch/Vhol Drummer Aesop Dekker Grudgingly Lists His Top Ten Albums of 2014

The prolific drummer for Agalloch, VHOL, and Worm Ouroboros goes in on his favorite metal (and otherwise) records of the past year.
Aesop Dekker
1.1.15
2014 in Review

Pallbearer's Joe Rowland Recalls His Favorite Albums of 2014

They released one of the best albums of 2014, now Pallbearer talks about their favorites.
Joe Rowland
12.31.14
2014 in Review

Best of Noisey 2014: Russell Simmons X Rick Rubin On the Birth of Def Jam Recordings

The unmissable story of Def Jam, as told by their two founders!
Noisey Staff
12.30.14
2014 in Review

Best of Noisey 2014: Noisey Design

From Master P to the Avengers to Jay-Z to No Age, a look at some of the art and design that help inform their aesthetic.
Noisey Staff
12.30.14
2014 in Review

Why 2014 Was the Year of the Revamped Boy Band, Starring One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer

On One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer, and why they're built to last.
Jill Menze
12.30.14
2014 in Review

Run the Jewels Made the Most Punk Album of 2014

While so many punk bands sat on their hands while the world burned around them, Killer Mike and El-P spoke up.
Dan Ozzi
12.30.14
2014 in Review

Here Are the Results of the 2014 Noisey Reader Poll

If you're upset with the results, just remember that you voted for this stuff.
Noisey Staff
12.30.14
2014 in Review

Best of Noisey YouTube 2014 - NOLA

Watch as Noisey Editor-In-Chief Fred Pessaro treks down to New Orleans to explore the peopls and the culture of New Orleans heavy metal.
Noisey Staff
12.29.14
2014 in Review

Best of Noisey Originals 2014

From Ozzy to Chief Keef and Husker Du to Kiesza, check out Noisey's best original videos of 2014!
Noisey Staff
12.29.14
2014 in Review

The 20 Best K-Pop Songs of 2014

2014 was undoubtedly K-pop’s bloodiest, drug-hungriest, all-around most combustible year.
Jakob Dorof
12.29.14
2014 in Review

Best of Noisey YouTube 2014 - Chiraq

Watch as Thomas Morton gains intimate knowledge of the city's vibrant—and sometimes dangerous—hip-hop scene.
Noisey Staff
12.29.14
2014 in Review

Looking Back on the Year in Party Country, in Which Country Music Didn't Die

This year the conversation in country went from griping about bro country to contemplating the deterioration of the genre—maybe that was an overreaction.
Jessica Ogilvie
12.24.14
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